10 Small Ways to Show Your Significant Other You Care

It's the little things that count. These tiny tips will let them know how much they mean to you.

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Warm Their Towel

When the alarm goes off in the morning and the cold air outside makes you want to stay in bed, grab your significant other's towel instead. Toss it in the dryer while they shower. They'll be glad it's warm and toasty.

Organize Their Drawers

Is your S.O.'s drawers a wreck? Surprise them by getting organized. Watch this video for helpful tips about drawer organizing.

Refresh Their Pillowcase

There's nothing as comforting as laying your head down on a cool, crisp pillow after a long day. Change your bae's pillowcase, and add a stress-relieving essential oil spray when you know they've had a tough day.

Make Their Favorite Drink

If they love to order fancy cocktails at the bar, but also appreciate a night in, impress them by learning to make it yourself. Learn the recipe for a refreshing rosemary greyhound, here.

Draw Them a Bath

Help them wash the stress away in a hot bath. Encourage them to take time for themselves to wind down. Bonus points if there's wine, too.

Share More Closet Space

When your closet starts reaching max capacity evaluate which items of yours you can spare. Reorganize and leave your other half some extra space.

Make Breakfast For Dinner

Show them you were listening when they expressed their love for Belgian waffles (or any tasty treat), and make it as the main course for dinner.

Do the Chore They Hate

Everyone hates one chore more than all the others. Help them take a load off and do it for them before they get the chance.

Make Them Something Useful

Is your S.O. always complaining about being cold? Make them a blanket. Show them you're listening by solving one of their everyday troubles with something handmade. Learn how to make a trendy, arm-knitted blanket in less than an hour, here.

Make Some "Me" Time

Help them remember to take care of themselves by scheduling some "me time." Plan to take the kids out of the house so they can have some peace and quiet...for a little bit.

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