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8 Ways to celebrate your Anniversary this year


8 Ways to celebrate your Anniversary this year


"This Year’s Anniversary make a difference"


Like birthdays, anniversary celebrations become monotonous after a few years. If you've grown disenchanted with the fancy dates, chocolates, cards and roses, worry not, because we've rounded up a series of unique and conventional Anniversary ideas to help you ignore the season's predictability. After all, what's romance without a little mystery, surprise, and adventure?

   1. Take your romance to a whole new level this Anniversary by capturing a firefly for the shinning star of your life:

Have you ever tried capturing light trails from fireflies? If you have not you should definitely give it a try. Fireflies live in certain areas and they simply may not live anywhere near you. In my area fireflies are found near areas that have both water and tall grass and also are found in damp forests with bamboo grass present.
Before you head out in to the dark check the list below to make sure you have all the required gear, which is pretty standard for any night photography.
·         A camera capable of shooting in “Bulb” mode
·         A sturdy tripod
·         A cable or shutter release *it can be done with a remote but options will be very limited




2. Instead of the usual flowers, buy a bouquet-shaped USB hub.

During the past few years, USB peripheral devices have become almost omnipresent in the computing field, practically including everything: from connectable drink warmers, portable fans and shaving machines to regular external hard drives. The almost uncontrollable growth of these innovative and useful – at least in most cases – devices has filled our home and office desks and PCs with hundreds and hundreds of cords. However, there is a slight problem: there never seem to be enough available ports. In order to solve this annoying issue you can gift your special one with a USB hub.

 


       3. Do Some Charity

Love increases many folds when you share it. So celebrate the day with people who need it! Give away food, clothing, gifts, anything and you’ll realise how much closer it also brings the two of you.


4.Go to an animal shelter and play with the animals

An animal shelter or pound is a place where stray, lost, abandoned or surrendered animals, mostly dogs and cats, and sometimes sick or wounded wildlife are kept and rehabilitated. Find an animal shelter near you and spent some memorable time with your loved ones.





5.Horror movie marathon

Go totally against the grain by having a horror movie marathon. Pop some popcorn, grab a few cold beers, and make a night of it. Plus, you can cozy up with your other half whenever you get spooked.

6.Karaoke

Who doesn’t love a fun night with music, food, drinks, friends and lots of fun! Karaoke Nights do just that and a little more. Karaoke bars are especially more fun when one is bored of partying at the same nightclubs. Whether at a special karaoke event or a karaoke bar, there is nothing quite like singing karaoke with your special one.

This one is really simple — nothing says "I rrreeeealllly love you" like letting someone you care about hear you sing, especially on stage with a microphone.

                                       

7.Learn about "love" in a new culture.

Every culture celebrates the day of love a little differently. For instance, in Japan, women give men chocolates on February 14th.  Check out how the world celebrates the day of love, and then try mixing a couple of fun new traditions into your own date night.


8.Think mugs are lame? Personalize a bottle of wine instead.

The perfect gift is equal parts thoughtful, unique and desirable—custom wine is all three. Whether you are wanting to say I love you to a significant other, wish a best friend a happy birthday, or show your appreciation to a top client, the thought and elegance of a personalized wine bottle is sure to be well received.



By: Elisa Gupta





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