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Spending Valentine’s Day at Home

Whether you’re trying to save money or spend quality time together, celebrating Valentine’s Day at home this year is a great plan. Significant others and families can both take time to celebrate love while staying in the comfort of their home. Here are a few ideas on how to make time in your home special.

Relax by the Pool

Florida living means tropical weather all year round, take advantage of your at-home or community pool this Valentine’s Day. You can cook up a family BBQ and splash around with the kiddos, or read a book and lounge with your loved one.

Plan a Picnic

Pack up your favorites, lay out a blanket and enjoy the fresh Florida breeze. Get creative in your backyard with stringed lights, blankets and pillows, or take a walk to your local park to lay out your delicious spread. If you get caught in some unpleasant weather, clear up some space and take the picnic inside.

Order In Your Favorites

Support your favorite Florida local restaurant by ordering in or taking out. Grab a meal you know your family will love, or surprise your significant other with a table set with their favorite foods. Less cooking prep and more quality time.

Have a Movie Marathon

Pick out your favorite Rom Coms or family classics and enjoy your time watching together. You can even go out of the box and play horror specials and action movies, play the movies that have brought a special connection between your family or significant other. Go the extra mile and set up a projector, clear up space for pillows and blankets, and enjoy a cozy movie night in.

Give Some Love to Your Home

Give the same love you give to your family and significant other to your home this Valentine’s Day by making sure you have the proper coverage. Keeping your family and home safe and protected is Edison Home Insurance Company’s number one priority. Ask your agent how they can help make sure you have the proper coverage or call us at 866-568-8922.

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