Have you ever heard of date planning before? Probably not because it’s such an old school dating habit to have. Everyone, with modern technology right on our fingertips, wants something instant – instant coffee, instant connection, and, of course, instant relationship. But, as we age and as we go through the years with our significant other, we should try date planning.
Date Planning: How To Do It Correctly
Let’s face it, when you have been with one person for years, things can get boring. We wake up, we go to work, we go on a date with our partner, we sleep. It seems like a never-ending cycle of the mundane. Doing this routine over and over again can make you feel stuck in a rut. Date planning can help. It means like how it sounds; you plan a date. And, here’s how you do it:
What did you enjoy doing when you were a kid? Was it ice skating? Or, maybe eating cotton candy at a park? Relive it with the person who you care about the most. Of course, it shouldn’t be just about your childhood. It has to be about his or her’s too.
Just like reliving your childhood, you can also plan to do something that both of you are interested to try. Does skydiving sound good? Whatever it is, try it with your partner. Next week, you can plan a date that your partner wants to try. You have to alternate doing what you and your partner like.
Surprise Each Other
This option is fun. Why not surprise your partner and just plan the date yourself? All that he or she has to do is go with you to wherever the surprise is. Next, your partner can do the same when your next date is coming up.
Why would you go through date planning anyway? Well, it shows that you want to put in effort into having the best time with your significant other. And, because both of you are planning what to do, both of you will have a good time. For more tips about dating, read other posts on the blog.