Make Your Holiday More Romantic: 50 Cozy Holiday Ideas for Couples

40. Create quiet couple time: "After spending both Thanksgiving and Christmas with family, I like the idea of turning on the TV on New Year's, watching the ball drop and receiving my New Year's kiss at home in my fuzzy robe." --iVillager Michelle

41. Get away: "When my husband and I were married, our honeymoon trip to Hawaii was canceled because of an airline strike. This year, we're finally going on our honeymoon. My beloved just surprised me with tickets to fly to Hawaii on December 27 to celebrate the beginning of a new year. On New Year's, at the stroke of midnight, I plan to be on the beach, walking hand in hand with my sweetie." --iVillager Pam

42. Appreciate what you have: "Even though we are going through hard financial times right now, I am so happy that I have my husband for the holidays. Last May I almost lost him to a diabetic attack. Life is wonderful." --iVillager Loretta

43. Share gifts in private: "Instead of opening our gifts to each other in front of all our friends and family, we like to find at least a few minutes away from the crowd to open our gifts alone." --iVillager Eileen

44. Spend quality family time: "This holiday season, I'll be enjoying my first Christmas in my house in Pennsylvania with my husband, baby daughter and family." --Laura Wright, Cassie Layne on Guiding Light

45. Give the gift of time: "The best present in today's crazy world is time. Make sure you take time for each other during the busy holiday season. Ask family or friends to take care of the kids, and spend two or three hours alone, doing something you both enjoy." --Dr. Joan Irvine, author of Recipes for Hot Sex

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