Dating your husband ideas
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. This is the perfect opportunity to teach each other 44. Research your local train and bus lines There just might be a train that goes right up to the mountains or a cheap bus ride might get you to the beach. Find a free (or very cheap) class and take it together 39. Drive up to the highest point in your city, spread out a blanket, and then gaze up at the stars 42. Teach each other something You probably know something your partner doesn’t and they probably know how to do something you don’t. Open Mic or Improv nights I feel like this one shows up on every list but there’s a good reason why. After all, going to the corner bistro every Saturday night eventually loses its charm. Pick up the ingredients you need to create a fabulous meal at the grocery store and then return home and cook it together.2.
Do a breakfast date Breakfast is the least expensive meal option (and tastiest if you ask me). Take photos of each other Maybe your social media profile pictures are out of date. Go to the park and share your feast with one another on a blanket.20. Go to one of the major sites, take photos and pretend you’re seeing this place again for the first time.21. Even if you can’t draw, you’ll have fun and create a lovely memory.22. Visit your nearby paint ball or laser tag facility, or a shooting range.23. Head to the botanical gardens and learn all about them together.18. Go to the city or the country and take in a change of scenery.19. Fill up a picnic basket with goodies such as bread, wine, cheese, fruit. 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.