This includes not participating in any social event.Schedule at least a couple of hours for date night – Date nights are not like brief lunch dates you once had with your spouse. Do it consistently – Probably the hardest part of date night is consistent inspiration.And since I am a full believer in dating my spouse I thought it might be fun to share with you some fun & festive fall date ideas.
Try going to the local amusement park, or bring a board game to a coffee house, or have a picnic in the park.
However, if you plan on going to the movies, make sure to complement it with a couple of hours talking over dinner.
Don’t invite anyone else – Date night is for you and your spouse.
Have a little Thanksgiving party just the two of you using some of these ideas from this post on 50 Unique Ways to Celebrate During Thanksgiving. Snuggle under a blanket & watch the Chronicles of Narnia series (a fall tradition in our family). Drive through a upark & enjoy a picnic in your car on an extra cool fall day. Soak up all of the end of summer sales & clearances & get a jump start on the holiday season by going Christmas shopping together (yes I already have a few presents hidden in our home).
Go to your closet & pull out everything you didn’t wear last fall & winter, then take a mini trip to a local goodwill & donate your items to charity, & end with date idea number 5, 9, or 26.