Find a Special Spot. Whether it’s a favorite park, or just somewhere quiet, find a place that appeals to both of you and return to it often.
Don’t Forget To Take Care Of Yourself. It’s only natural, you feel comfortable with each other and the grooming starts to slip a bit. Make some time to keep yourselves looking fabulous!
Have Your Own Friends. Instead of becoming too couple-centric and dependent on each other, have your own night out with your friends. A little absence makes the heart grow fonder.
Share More. Set up a time every night to talk about each other’s day – no interrupting, and minimal complaining! You’ll feel more connected with each other.
Change Up Your Routine. Always have a date night on Fridays? Surprise your partner with a special date mid-week or change up your normal routine.
Get Closer. Physical distance breeds emotional distance. Even if it’s just cuddling on the couch or a quick hug, a little physical contact goes a long way.
Hold Hands. Out on the town? Try holding hands for a change. This is something couples tend to do less and less the longer they are together.
Renew a Memory Together. Whether it’s renewing your marriage vows, reliving a proposal, or going back to the place you met, revisiting memories can bring back all sorts of good feelings.
Write Love Letters to Each Other. In our digital society, the printed word seems to mean even more. Do something different and write each other a love letter, or surprise them with a little handwritten note.
Learn Something New Together. Never ice skated before? Give it a try! Find something you’ve both never done and learn how to do it together.
App Together. There are numerous couple’s apps out there, like Avocado or SimplyUs that help you share with each other and have a little fun.
Plan a Trip Together. It can be a return to a place that’s special to you both, or something totally new, and it will definitely help bring you closer together.
Avoid Taking Each Other For Granted. If you’ve been together awhile, simple things like saying, “Thank you,” or “I appreciate that,” can go by the wayside.
Be Spontaneous. Plan something different for a date night, such as a romantic picnic at an outdoor concert, or go off the beaten path.
Do Silly Things Together. Too much seriousness can easily kill a relationship. Never forget to have fun with each other and be silly sometimes.