Valentine’s Day 2021 could be a little flaccid (excuse the pun) but it needn’t be. Despite current restrictions, there’s still plenty you can do to show your mother, brother or significant other how much they mean to you. We’ve crafted a little ‘Valentine’s Day In Lockdown’ guide for inspiration so you can create a day to remember
Valentine’s Day breakfast in bed
Kick Valentine’s Day off on the right foot by treating them to a tasty, healthy breakfast under the covers. This overnight oats is an absolute winner. It needs prepping the night before, which is great because all you need to do in the morning is whip it out the fridge and head upstairs (though if you want some extra brownie points, add a topping of homemade granola for extra crunch).
Once you’re up and about, it’s time to get some fresh air.
Amore is WAY more than an energy bar. 100% natural and super-tasty, it also makes the perfect coffee accompaniment
Go for a hand-in-hand stroll or yoga session
Erica and I will be out this morning for our daily yoga session followed by a stroll around the park. If you’re new to yoga, there’s plenty of YouTube videos you can follow, but we also love DoYogaWithMe.
Settle down with a coffee and a good book
Home and cosy, settle down to a good brew and your favourite book. Need a book recommendation? The 33Fuel team compiled a list of their favourite reads.
After you’ve enjoyed some lunch, it’s time to get active.
Couples HIIT workout
Working out with your partner is great fun and hugely bonding
High intensity interval training (HIIT) provides brilliant training gains, is time-efficient and is great fun to do with your partner.
Getting sweaty together brings a whole host of benefits to a relationship, so if you’re in need of some couples exercise to spice up the home workout, look no further.
Once the session is over, recover like a pro with an Eroica protein bar. 100% natural, 20g protein and darn-delicious, this bar is an absolute winner
Valentine’s Day Lockdown Dinner
Let’s be honest, food holds the key to many of our hearts. And in lockdown, I’d say food takes on even greater significance, so what better way to show your affection for someone than by cooking a thought-out meal?
To help you plan a night to remember, here’s our Valentine’s Day Lockdown Dinner Menu.
Valentine’s Day Lockdown Dinner Menu
Vegan Indian curry
Nut roast loaf
Roasted vegetables with rice
Smoky roasted chickpeas make a lovely starter
Valentine’s Day In Lockdown – roundup
Hopefully that’s provided you with some inspiration to make this February 14th a little different. We are restricted but as I said earlier, that doesn’t mean you can’t show your love for that special someone.