GO FOR A WALK TOGETHER
Yes, we can still go outside (in moderations)…so why not enjoy a nice day or evening with a walk around the neighborhood. If you have a dog, sure, bring Fido too.
Move over nightly ramen noodles, we’re making pasta tonight. Okay, that may be a little ambitious. But there are so many recipes out there for the beginners that anyone can follow, or maybe you’re more seasoned with your skills and can wing it.
RECREATE YOUR FIRST DATE
For couples that have been together for a while, see how creative you can be to recreate your first date…from home. Bowling? Set up some random objects and roll up a tinfoil ball. Met up for coffee or drinks— try to remake those drinks and the conversations from that date.
There are a lot of two-person games out there, whether it’s a board game, cards, jenga…you have options. Let’s see those (hopefully playful) competitive sides come out.
Yes, there may be a piece missing but you won’t find out until you finish it…together.
Fresh. Air. You’ve been inside a lot, let’s take that meal you cooked together and move the setting outside.
TAKE-OUT BY CANDLELIGHT
Okay, maybe cooking together is out…but there are still several restaurants that are providing carry-out or delivery. Honestly, during these times of quarantine, you’d be really helping small businesses and their employees by ordering from them.
Not fortnite. But those with cabin fever, make the cabin into a tent. Y’all… I’m trying. Couch fort, pitch a tent in the living room, change up your surroundings. Make it extra fun by playing your dates favorite music.
With the established ground rules (shower, dress up, no phones) I’m willing to allow a movie….though, I feel like at this point you’ve binged all the things. Pick their favorite movie and watch it together.
Raid the liquor cabinet and make each other an assortment of drinks then see if they can guess what you made. This also works for food, depending on where your rations are.
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