Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Wife Talk- Cheap Date Nights





  1. the coffee house. Coffee's are pricey when you're spending nearly $5 per coffee/day; however if you take your sweetheart to the coffee house and spend an hour or two on the patio chatting about life and flirting, $10.00 turns out to be a pretty inexpensive date.
  2. the fireplace. Especially with fall weather approaching. Find a sitter and then go back home, start up a fire, grab a blanket, and snuggle.
  3. a simple walk in the park. This date idea tends fade out after you've been married for a couple of years, but never underestimate the walk in the park. Great conversations, holding hands, and a few little pecks on the cheek make the park a fun little memory.
  4.  cook together. Find something that's both delicious and somewhat challenging to make. Make sure you have a couple of candles on standby to enjoy the meal after you've cooked it together.
  5. drive to a nearby town. Sometimes we tend to adjust to our home town and feel like we're confined to the invisible city limit walls. Look up a local nearby town and drive to it. Get out and walk around and try to find a fun little hole in the wall place to eat. If it's delicious, you'll go back; if not, you'll have a good laugh!
  6. fire pit and s'mores. Something that can be done in all seasons of the year, but obviously my favorite is fall. Put a big comfy sweater on and hang out by the fire.
  7. take a stroll downtown. And take your camera. 
  8. Take a scenic drive
  9. Make a fire outside. This is free and hands down, the best date ever.

9 comments:

  1. This is so great! We just had a cheap date night and it was beyond special and so important. Regardless of what's going on - it's so important to carve out this time.

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  2. This is go great! Cheap dates are the best!

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  3. We love doing simple (inexpensive) thing together. It is guilt free and the less distractions the more time you have to enjoy each other on your date.

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  4. These are great ideas. It can be tough to go out to fancy dinners for date night, so it's nice to find some easy, cheap ideas. Plus, I love how these change it up a bit. A fire pit and s'mores sound so nice- I wish it would get warmer soon.

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  5. Not just cheap, but creative and memorable! I always tell my husband that I don't want to go out for dinner…I love these ideas!

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  6. Love cheap date night ideas! Thank you.

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  7. Very good practical ideas - taking a stroll or visiting somewhere or taking an afternoon out - just to catch some fresh air is so helpful and renewing! Thanks for the tips!

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  8. Great ideas--my husband does not cook, but he would love the outdoor firepit or the walks together.

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  9. Fire and smores! I love that. Anything that allows for conversation makes a good date.

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