Creative and inexpensive dating for married couples
Take advantage of the season Maybe it’s carving pumpkins, decorating the Christmas tree, or hiding Easter eggs. See how creative you can get Take turns planning dates that have a limit. A book club for two Select a book, check out a copy for each of you from the library and then discuss it as you go. Get to know each other even more You might think you know each other really well but if you’e been together for any length of time some of the answers from the beginning of your relationship might be out-of-date. Pretend you don’t know each other, get dressed up, and meet in the bar or at an event 87. (Still trying to convince my husband to let me try giving him a homemade hair cut) 92. Watch You Tube videos all night Prank videos or kitten videos for hours?! Read the newspaper, magazine or another informational magazine. Call someone to whom you haven't talked in a while and visit with them.
Visit the library and ask the librarian a bizarre question. Find cheap sporting event tickets or go to your local high-school or college games 41. No matter the season there’s usually something fun happening. Go through your old yearbooks Tell your partner all about your high-school days. Go to a real- live movie store, pick out a movie together then pop homemade popcorn at home 10. Spa night together Spoil each other with home treatments like bubble baths, exfoliating face and body scrubs, foot massages, etc. Bowl Most bowling alleys have specials and fun things like black-light bowling with loud music.
Many couples always do the same thing at the same time in the same place. For years I've kept a list of creative date ideas in my desk for Cathy and me.