Your individual well-being is important, but nurturing your relationships are just as important. Make sure to set aside time for you and your partner to do things together that you enjoy.
My husband and I love being mindful of our money, so these date night ideas are perfect for you to have some entertaining and enjoyable evenings with spending little to no money.
Now, I bet you’re tired of reading date night idea posts that suggest sitting in front of a TV and watching something on Netflix when you’ve probably already done some of that this week anyway. I’ve come up with some ideas that my husband and I have tried. They’ve led to some great evenings making unforgettable memories and way too many laughs to count.
YOGA POSE GUESSING GAME
You probably know a few yoga poses, right? But most people probably don’t know the really long complex names for poses like
HOLD A DINNER COMPETITION WITH ONLY THE INGREDIENTS YOU ALREADY HAVE
Challenge yourselves to each make something different for dinner with only the ingredients you have in your kitchen. This could either turn out really good or really bad (especially if you’re in dire need of a run to the grocery store). Either way, it’ll be a good time and hopefully one of you made something edible!
GO FOR A PICNIC
Pack yourself up a picnic lunch or dinner, grab a blanket, a bottle of wine, and head to the closest park. This is something so
PICK OUT EACH OTHER’S OUTFITS AT A THRIFT STORE
We haven’t tried this one yet, but it’s on my to-do list. Go to a thrift store, and each
Volunteering will make an impact not only on others but also in your relationship. You both will get to do something to help out others and bring you closer together while doing it. There are so many options wherever you live. A couple of ideas are working for a food bank, putting together and sending care packages for soldiers overseas, or plant a tree!
GET AWAY FOR A WEEKEND AND GO CAMPING
No phones, no internet, just you and your partner. My husband and I love doing this to allow us to re-connect after our long and busy weeks. Even if we only have time to go to a state park for a Saturday afternoon stroll or even stay just one night, any time that we can venture out in nature is worth it.