You are probably more focused on the bottom line at work than on the bottom line in your romance, as the month gets going on the 1st and 2nd. As long as your other half (or potential other half) is on the same wavelength (i.e., way too overloaded at work to worry about when you're going to get together and go to a movie) then that is A-Okay. But if they're thinking flowers and chocolate and you're thinking Power Point presentation, it could make for a rocky start to the month. Do your best to navigate this tricky situation, and don't forget that you're not alone: Nearly every modern couple struggles with time management issues. You're in a way more romantic mood on the 5th and 6th. Are they? Are you tempted to eat every single chocolate in the box they gave you on the 12th or 13th? Resist! That's not healthy, you know. One at a time, day by day would be better. Plan something lovely for the two of you on the 19th, 20th or 21st. You'll both love it. By the amazing and deliciously romantic 24th and 25th, the world is your oyster when it comes to love. Be open to new ideas on the 31st.
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