Find something neither of you have done before — something you equally want to do — and make it happen.
Not only will you make new memories, you'll see a side of your partner you've never seen.
So how do you find the right gift, whether you've been in a relationship for one year or several decades?
My rule of thumb: Don't give something your partner wouldn't want to tell his or her friends about.
Here's a 's guide to the best and worst anniversary gifts. A shared adventure Novel experiences keep relationships exciting ...
even if you've heard your husband tell the same story 326 times.
Bob bought me the purse I'd had my eye on at the mall, and I got him a wallet with a motorcycle carved on the front.
He loves to ride motorcycles and now every time he takes out his wallet, he thinks of me!
There's a lot of pressure that comes with anniversaries, between actually remembering the damn thing and finding the perfect gift, it's total chaos.
So for our 3rd anniversary (modern - glass), Philip is giving me one of these magical chandeliers for our dining room.
It is delightful to experience fine art that is "functional" and becomes a joyful part of every day life.
But, of the two it's the gift giving that we haven't gotten down to an exact science.
In fact, a bad anniversary gift can make your partner question your relationship.