Don't you just love that alliteration, LOL? Sheila over at "To Love, Honor and Vaccuum" just started this new 'carnival.' Check it out, here, and share some ideas! http://tolovehonorandvacuum.blogspot.com/
As someone who has kept the same guy for over 35 years (since 1971, if you're counting--married since 1980), I can tell you it really is the 'little things' that count. Here's a few 'painless' things I do to keep Mike happy:
1)When he's doing yardwork, I always ask him if he wants a drink, or a refill of his coffee.
2)I rarely let him walk by me without giving him a hug.
3)He does most of his work on our dining room table, so if I use it myself I try to clear away my 'stuff.'
4)He runs or works out 6 days out of the week (at 54, he looks better than most 35-year-olds), and I try to remember to ask him how his workout went.
Oh, gosh, I can't think of anything else. I do most of this without even really thinking about it--second nature. And he 'does' plenty for me without my asking, too. The least of which is the heavy housework such as vaccuuming! (And he gasses my car up for me, too. I despise going to the gas station.)
And just remember that bad little things chip away at a marriage as much as good little things build it up!