Let’s admit it. The gifting struggle is real! It’s Valentine’s Day and for all the married couples out there, it’s time to indulge in some real brainstorming.

While we are still just dating, there seem to be so many gifting ideas that we have a difficult time choosing one. But something uncanny happens post marriage. Suddenly, all our creativity magically disappears and we run out of even basic gifting ideas.

Here’s to your rescue a list of 5 thoughtful and uncommon gifts for your spouse this Valentine's Day to keep the spark in your relationship alive.

1. Bosch toolkit, because not everyone is a Walter Mitty

A candlelight dinner? Too cheesy. A teddy? No way! What then?
Most real-life couples are not exactly “lovey-dovey” types. I get your struggle.
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2. A trip with her girl-friends (for her) or brosephs (for him)

You don’t really have to spend all the time together just because you are married. I am sure your spouse will appreciate a little bit of space and if that comes from you as an encouragement, the happiness doubles.
Try gifting him or her a trip with his/her friends or maybe just a day out. Spend your Valentine’s Day together and present this really uncommon gift for the coming weekend.

3. Health Insurance because you care

Oh, you didn’t think this could be an option? That’s why I said health “uncommon.” Everyone gifts a spa or salon date, but how about a real precious gift in the form of Health Insurance? Your spouse will definitely get emotional about how much you care. However, don’t just get any insurance for the heck of it, rather choose your plan from the variety of health insurance plans here > http://bit.ly/healthinsuranceplans

4. Home-made wine as the ultimate aphrodisiac

Am I too late for it? Maybe. But this seems like such a cool idea. You can actually make wine at home and boy; could there be a better way to celebrate Valentine’s day? You guys can do this together if not beforehand and I’m sure you’ll have the time of your life.

5. A free canvas in the form of a wall to paint your love together.

This one’s my favorite. There can’t be a better gift than quality time spent together. Arrange for wall paints, colors, and texture brushes and splurge in messy wall-painting with your spouse. Express your emotions and love for each other and this can be the best Valentine’s Day you’ve ever had.

Remember, you don’t have to be perfect at it. Just do as you please because it’s the emotion that matters.

So which one are you most excited about? Got more such uncommon ideas? Share them in the comments.