Valentine’s Day is Sunday, which means the Wellness Center’s annual Heart Hunt is well under way. Today the Wellness Center presents Clue No. 3, along with another healthy relationship tip. (Scroll down for earlier clues as well.)
The student who finds the heart (and brings it to the Wellness Center) wins an "Ultimate Valentine’s Package." The package, includes:
- $100 gift card to Chino Latino
- $30 Comedy Sports gift card
- Gift card for Johnson and Sons Florists on Grand Avenue
Questions? Contact the Wellness Center, (651) 962-6128, or stop by the center in the lower level of Koch Commons.
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Clue No. 3: A healthy and happy relationship finds quality time to spend together. Just like most UST students spend a lot of their time in this location, the heart can be found somewhere there.
Healthy Relationship Tip No.3: Enjoy the little things in your relationship! Those small things create joy in a relationship. These things help people create a bond of friendship that every healthy and happy relationship needs to survive. These special moments could be an inside joke, a simple song on the radio, or your favorite place to hang out together. Whatever it is, cherish those moments!
This Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be about spending the big bucks; instead, make it about showing you care for one another. Cook a meal together, play video games, make snow angels, play wii fit, sing to each other, or have your own scavenger hunt. (We know you would love that!) Visit the Wellness Center for more fun and healthy date ideas!
(Source: "101 Things to Do on a Date," available at the Wellness Center)
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Clue No. 1: Every healthy relationship needs nurturing, opportunities, respect, trust and honesty. The first clue to find the heart is hidden within these words.
Clue No. 2: What a beautiful campus we live and grow on! Spend time with your Valentine by taking him or her on a lovely walk around campus. This is a great chance to talk and get to know each other. Circle the campus following Cretin to Selby then Cleveland to Summit and don’t forget to keep your eye out for the heart!