Romantics are often called as hopeless or even incurable, but in reality, she is not looking for romance but is hoping for romance. A romantic is idealistic and often unrealistic. The apparel often includes flowers, hearts, ruffles, flouncing, soft fabrics which have gentle curve lines and accessorizes with lockets and cameos.
The key to being romantic is to always be thoughtful of your partner. Never stop courtship or take the relationship for granted. Emotional and physical intimacy are both important, but so is some space. Most importantly, do things with your partner, so that both of you can grow and develop together.
If you want to keep your romance alive, then you should leave thoughtful notes for your loved one to find when you aren't around. If you leave the house earlier than your loved one for work or another reason, leave a post-it note on the bathroom mirror that tells your loved one something like, "I hope you have a wonderful day, sweetie. I can't wait to see you tonight!" This will make your loved one smile as soon as he/she sees it. Here are some other ways to leave thoughtful notes:
Leave a note in your loved one's textbook or pleasure-reading book. Your loved one may not find it for a few days, but when he/she does, it'll put a big smile on his/her face.
If your loved one is going away on a trip for a few days, put it in his or her travel bag, in a place where he/she won't look until he/she gets to his/her destination. This will make him/her think of you as soon as he/she opens it, and you won't feel like you're so far away.
Though you shouldn't smother your loved one with love all day long or its effect will begin to wear off, you can just remind him or her of how much you love him/her by sending a short email during your work day, or sending a sweet text or two just to say that you're thinking of him/her. Here are some ways to send thoughtful texts or emails throughout your day:
Send a quick email that says something like this: "Dear Joan, I've been thinking about that amazing meal you made for me last night. I'm so lucky to have you in my life. I can't wait to take you out to dinner this weekend to return the favor. Yours, Mark."
Send a quick text that says something like: "What is my love up to this afternoon? I hope you're enjoying the sunshine."
Don't go overboard -- just one message each day will get the point across.
If you want to be romantic, then you have to be able to read your loved one's mind and to know when he or she needs to you to help out a bit by doing a small favor. Though you may not think running to the grocery store to pick up a few day's worth of groceries when your loved one is busy is very romantic, it actually shows that you're thoughtful and attentive to your loved one's needs. Here are some thoughtful favors you can do to show you care:
If your loved one has a cold, take on pet duty for the week. Offer to walk his/her dog in the mornings, or to help feed and take care of his/her pet.
If your loved one's allergies are raging, offer to water the plants for a few weeks until he/she feels better.
If your loved one is tied up at work, step out to get him/her some lunch and hot coffee.
If your loved one mentioned some errand he/she needed to run, surprise him/her by doing it for him/her.