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Valentine's Day is Coming - Feb 20 2012



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Valentine's Day is Coming!

This is the time of year to celebrate love of all kinds! Be sure to tell your family and friends how much they mean to you. If you have a special someone, let them know how special they are. Treat yourself with kindness too - you deserve it!

Remember, the best gifts are not about flashy, expensive items. Flowers fade. Clutter takes over a house. Instead, focus on the things that matter. Give your time. Go for walks with them. Really listen to them. Watch *their* show without a complaint. It is these little gifts that really matter, and that help a relationship blossom and last.

If you must give a physical gift, go with something meaningful. I've got free online video instructions for a variety of origami shapes. You can customize them to exactly match the interests of your loved ones, and decorate your own world as well!

Origami Video Instructions

Tips for your Date
If you're going out for Valentine's Day, there are all sorts of questions that come to mind. What should you talk about? How do you handle nervousness? We've got hundreds of tips online to help out!

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If you've got a specific situation coming up that you'd like help with, let us know! Explain what you're facing and we'll get back to you in time to prepare for the special day!

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We're preparing to offer our library of how-to ebooks on the Kindle. Before we take that step, we're looking for feedback on the books. The first pair we're working on is "How to Flirt" - we have a version for guys and one for girls. The book is 59 pages long.

Please let us know if you'd like to help us test this out! Just respond to this email if you'd like us to email you a free PDF copy of the book. All we ask is that you offer some feedback about what you found helpful in the book and what you'd like to see changed. We'd love to hear from you, and this way you get some free flirting tips to prepare for Valentine's Day! When you respond, be sure to let us know if you'd like the version for guys or the one for girls :)

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