10 Romantic Things to do With Your Partner on Valentines Day

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With all due respect to dinner and a box of chocolates, your Valentine’s Day plans could probably use a little shake-up.

To that end, we’ve gathered 10 unique things to do with your partner come February 14.

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1. Look through your old Facebook photos.
Valentine’s Day plans don’t have to be expensive. Keep things low-key romantic by snuggling up on the couch and clicking through your old Facebook photos and wall posts. Facebook conveniently groups all your interactions with a person under the “see friendship” button on their profile. (We apologise in advance for all the cringing you’ll do when you read messages sent during the crush phase of the relationship.)

2. Do a fitness class together.
You + your boo + the gym = a match made in heaven. Studies have shown that couples report feeling more satisfied with their relationships and more in love with their partners after partaking in an exciting physical challenge. Plus, the physiological response you get from breaking a sweat ― a flushed face, a rapid pulse ― may put you in the frame of mind for a different kind of physical activity. Wink wink, nudge nudge.

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3. Make a joint vision board.
Bring your New Year’s resolutions to life by creating a joint vision board with photos and phrases that speak to the goals you hope to achieve this year as a duo. (A photo of Cabo here, a “life is short, order the pasta” headline there ― you get the picture.)

4. Cook dinner for each other.
Channel your inner John Legend and Chrissy Teigen and cook for each other. Few things bring you closer as a couple or feel more nurturing than making food for a loved one.

“Giving to others fills us in so many ways,” Michal AviShai, a culinary arts therapist, told HuffPost. “And even more so when it’s cooking, because feeding fulfils a survival need, and so our feeling of fulfilment comes not only from the good of the act of giving, but also the fact that we have ‘helped’ in some very primal way. We have given fuel.”

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5. Volunteer.
Make the most of your couple time by volunteering at a local nonprofit. Chances are your nearest school feeding scheme or homeless shelter could use the help; most nonprofits, particularly those involved in food service, see an influx of volunteers over the festive season until the new year, then a drop-off after New Year’s Day. Use an app like GiveGab to find volunteering opportunities you’re both interested in.

6. Try something new together.
Remember when you first got together, and even mundane things like a trip to the shops felt exciting? Recapture those feelings by doing something brand-new together: Buy that Groupon for a hot air balloon trip (sure, it’s kind of corny, but think of all the Instagram opportunities). Check out that new Thai restaurant down the street. Doing something new together increases oxytocin ― the so-called “love hormone” ― so you’ll grow closer than you would if you stayed home and watched Netflix.

7. Challenge yourselves to only make out.
When was the last time you had a good high school-esque makeout sesh? Getting handsy without the expectation of sex could add some much needed passion to your relationship, Los Angeles-based sex therapist Moushumi Ghose told HuffPost.

“If orgasm happens, great — that’s the icing on the cake,” she said. “But sex can also be as simple as a heavy make-out session in the nude, some time together in the bath, or even a massage.”

8. Make it a double date.
One-on-one time is nice, but there’s no rule against making Valentine’s Day a group activity. In fact, it could be good for everyone involved. A 2014 study presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology conference showed that couples who received validation from another couple while on a double date or in any other social situation felt greater passion toward each other after the group outing.

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9. Reread your vows.
Embrace the schmaltz of Valentine’s Day and revisit the vows you made to each other at your wedding. If you’re not married, think back on the promises you’ve made to each other through the years, or consider drafting some makeshift vows to revisit each year. If you’ve gotten slightly off-track in your relationship, reflecting on your promises could help you course-correct. And adding new vows or goals to your list will help keep things exciting.

10. Go on your first date again.
Make the day extra sweet by recreating your first date, right down to that awkward half hug you shared at the end of the night. The more details you get right in recapturing it, the better. Get on with your cheesy selves, guys ― it’s Valentine’s Day, the cheesiest day of them all.

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POSTS POST 45/13 : HEAD OF CORRECTIONAL CENTRE [CB 6] SALARY : R763 965 all-inclusive package CENTRES : Gauteng region (3 POSTS): Leeuwkop Management Area: Medium B (Youth) (Ref: GT 2017/11/01), Medium C (Ref: GT 2017/11/02); Zonderwater Management Area: Medium A (Ref: GT 2017/11/03). Western Cape region (3 POSTS): Pollsmoor Management Area: Pollsmoor Medium A (Ref: WC 2017/11/06); Southern Cape (George) Management Area: Oudtshoorn Medium A (Ref: WC 2017/11/07), George (Ref: WC 2017/11/08). Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West region: Klerksdorp Management Area: Klerksdorp (Ref: LMN 2017/11/13) REQUIREMENTS : Degree or national diploma in Behavioural Sciences and successful completion of the Corrections Science Learnership. 7 years’ relevant experience in a supervisory post. Top secret security classification. Computer literacy. Valid driver’s licence.Competencies and Attributes: Firearm skills and the use of relevant security technology. Strategic capability and leadership, policy development and good communication skills. Sound project and programme management skills. Transformation, change and conflict management abilities. Stakeholder management skills. Problem solving, analysis and decision making skills. Service delivery innovation. People management and empowerment. In depth understanding of safety and security within a correctional environment. Integrity and honesty. Good interpersonal relations. Knowledge of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998. DUTIES : Management of all aspects of the Correctional Centre on a day to day basis through the implementation of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998. Manage the implementation of the imperatives of the White Paper on Corrections. Management of case management administration, security, development and care, unit management and case management committees. Foster a working relationship with the Justice Cluster and the community. Monitor, evaluate and take appropriate action in relation to outcomes on the risk trends. Management of performance information. Manage human resources, finances and assets. ENQUIRIES : Gauteng region: Mr SS Masango/Ms Pinky Makwarela at 012 420 0179/73. Western Cape region: Ms M Sanders at 021 550 6059. LMN region: Mr Zamani Ziqubu 012 306 2041/Mrs Portia Bungqu 012 306 2032/Mr. Gugu Xaba at 012 306 2033/34 NOTE : Appointment under the Correctional Services Act.

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POST 45/15 : HEAD OF CORRECTIONAL CENTRE [CB 5] SALARY : R403 692 per annum CENTRE : Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West region (3 POSTS): Witbank Management Area: Middleburg (Ref: LMN 2017/11/16); Bethal Management Area: Piet Retief (Ref: LMN 2017/11/17); Rooigrond Management Area: Lichtenburg (Ref: LMN 2017/11/18). Gauteng region: Modderbee Management Area: Devon (Ref: GT 2017/11/05). Free State and Northern Cape region: Groenpunt Management Area: Sasolburg (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/19). Western Cape region (2 POSTS): West Coast Management Area: Riebeeck West (Ref: WC 2017/11/09); Breede River Management Area: Robertson (Ref: WC 2017/11/10) REQUIREMENTS : Degree or national diploma in Behavioural Sciences and successful completion of the Corrections Science Learnership. 7 years’ relevant experience in a supervisory post. Top secret security classification. Computer literacy. Valid driver’s licence.Competencies and Attributes: Firearm skills and the use of relevant security technology. Strategic capability and leadership, policy development and good communication skills. Sound project and programme management skills. Transformation, change and conflict management abilities. Stakeholder management skills. Problem solving, analysis and decision making skills. Service delivery innovation. People management and empowerment. In depth understanding of safety and security within a correctional environment. Integrity and honesty. Good interpersonal relations. Knowledge of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998. DUTIES : Management of all aspects of the Correctional Centre on a day to day basis through the implementation of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998. Manage the implementation of the imperatives of the White Paper on Corrections. Management of case management administration, security, development and care, unit management and case management committees. Foster a working relationship with the Justice Cluster and the community. Monitor, evaluate and take appropriate action in relation to outcomes on the risk trends. Management of performance information. Manage human resources, finances and assets. ENQUIRIES : LMN region: Mr Zamani Ziqubu 012 306 2041/Mrs Portia Bungqu 012 306 2032/Mr. Gugu Xaba at 012 306 2033/34. Gauteng region: Mr SS Masango/Ms Pinky Makwarela at 012 420 0179/73. Free State and Northern Cape region: Mr KME Monare and Ms NJ Mkuni at 051 404 0270 or 051 404 0283. Western Cape region: Ms M Sanders at 021 550 6059 NOTE : Appointment under the Correctional Services Act.

POST 45/16 : HEAD OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS [CB 5] SALARY : R403 692 per annum CENTRES : Free State and Northern Cape region: Bizzah Makhate Management Area: Kroonstad (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/20) REQUIREMENTS : Degree or national diploma in Behavioural Sciences and successful completion of the Corrections Science Learnership. 7 years’ relevant experience in a supervisory post. Top secret security classification. Computer literacy. Valid driver’s licence.Competencies and Attributes: Firearm skills and the use of relevant security technology. Strategic capability and leadership, policy development and 15 good communication skills. Sound project and programme management skills. Transformation, change and conflict management abilities. Stakeholder management skills. Problem solving, analysis and decision making skills. Service delivery innovation. People management and empowerment. In depth understanding of safety and security within a correctional environment. Integrity and honesty. Good interpersonal relations. Knowledge of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998. DUTIES : Manage monitoring services. Determine conditions of house arrest and supervision for persons serving sentence in the community. Participate in case review team for community corrections. Manage programs. Identify community service programs. Responsible for the facilities and equipment of the section. Implement disciplinary steps against offending staff. Management of performance information. Manage human resources, finances and assets. ENQUIRIES : Free State and Northern Cape region: Mr KME Monare and Ms NJ Mkuni at 051 404 0270 or 051 404 0283 NOTE : Appointment under the Correctional Services Act.

POST 45/17 : HEAD OF CORRECTIONAL CENTRE [CB 4] SALARY : R338 085 per annum CENTRE : KwaZulu-Natal region: Empangeni Management Area: Ingwavuma (Ref: KZN 2017/11/27). Free State and Northern Cape region (6 POSTS): Goedemoed Management Area: Fauresmith (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/21); Kimberley Management Area: Barkley West (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/22); Grootvlei Management Area: Brandfort (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/23); Bizzah Makhate Management Area: Hoopstad (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/24), Ficksburg (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/25); Upington Management Area: Springbok (Ref: FSNC 2017/11/26). REQUIREMENTS : Degree or national diploma in Behavioural Sciences and successful completion of the Corrections Science Learnership. 7 years’ relevant experience in a supervisory post. Top secret security classification. Computer literacy. Valid driver’s licence. Competencies And Attributes: Firearm skills and the use of relevant security technology. Strategic capability and leadership, policy development and good communication skills. Sound project and programme management skills. Transformation, change and conflict management abilities. Stakeholder management skills. Problem solving, analysis and decision making skills. Service delivery innovation. People management and empowerment. In depth understanding of safety and security within a correctional environment. Integrity and honesty. Good interpersonal relations. Knowledge of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998. DUTIES : Management of all aspects of the Correctional Centre on a day to day basis through the implementation of the Correctional Services Act, Act 111 of 1998. Manage the implementation of the imperatives of the White Paper on Corrections. Management of case management administration, security, development and care, unit management and case management committees. Foster a working relationship with the Justice Cluster and the community. Monitor, evaluate and take appropriate action in relation to outcomes on the risk trends. Management of performance information. Manage human resources, finances and assets. ENQUIRIES : KwaZulu-Natal region: Mrs GJ Mchunu at 033 355 7386/Mr SM Dlamini at 033 355 7367/Ms SN Zikalala 033 355 7368. Free State and Northern Cape region: Mr KME Monare and Ms NJ Mkuni at 051 404 0270 or 051 404 0283. NOTE : Appointment under the Correctional Services Act.

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