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Simple Acts of Love

Learn some easy ways to add a little everyday romance into your relationship with this fun guide in the style of Simple Acts of Kindness.

From breakfast in bed, to taking over a household chore for your partner, to simply making time to cuddle together—this guide shows you just how easy it is to keep the romance alive in your relationship through small gestures you can do anytime!

In Simple Acts of Love, you’ll discover a multitude of suggestions to strengthening your relationship and having more fun together, including:

-Leaving a note in your partner’s suitcase for them to find while traveling
-Getting up early to make the first pot of coffee
-Buying their favorite snack to share as a mid-week surprise

These simple actions make it easy to be romantic every day while showing your partner just how much you care about them. With Simple Acts of Love in hand, you can easily brighten your partner’s day and keep your...
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Michelle Neff currently writes for One Green Planet, the leading publishing platform on environmental issues. She resides in Asheville, NC with her husband and two rescue dogs.

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Amy Neumann is a social good fanatic who has been working professionally to help create positive change since 1994. An entrepreneur by nature, Amy recently founded a startup nonprofit called Free Tech for Nonprofits to help small nonprofits do more of their important work faster. She is involved with industrious organizations and individuals daily at Case Western Reserve University’s collaborative First Year Cleveland project to reduce infant mortality. Amy often speaks at events like Dell’s Social Innovation Conference and ASU’s Sustainability Conference. She is widely published, including as a contributor to Forbes, an author of PR News’ Crisis Management Guidebook, and a columnist for Huffington Post. Because she can’t get enough of innovative world-changers, Amy also publishes under her social enterprise consultancy, Good Plus Tech, as well as her passion project, CharityIdeas.org.

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