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but if you’e been together for any length of time some of the answers from the beginning of your relationship might be out-of-date.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.
Scavenger hunt Spend some time planning a scavenger hunt either around town or just in your house. Take online relationship tests The Love Languages one is specifically good. Pick a TV show and then watch episode after episode Any Dexter, Breaking Bad or True Blood fans out there? Don’t assume you know your partner so much that they’re not allowed to grow or change their minds. Pray or meditate together This will make you feel very close and can also be intimating and make you feel vulnerable. Make life lists Create lists of things you’d like to do together and separately and then share them with each other and get some of the plans in the works! Break a record Look at the Guinness Book of World Records and see which record you two should try to break together.
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.
If your guy is a planner, he might have fun helping you pick a spot; if not, you can surprise him.“My idea of the perfect date would be to spend the day doing something outdoorsy, like kayaking.
Afterward, we would meet up with a group of close friends at a brewery or a local beer garden.” —Tommy, 27If your guy is more the active, social type, combining activities and friends is a great idea.