5 Ways to Have a ‘Date’ From Miles Away


5 Ways to Have a ‘Date’ From Miles Away
When the miles separate you from your sweetheart, here are some easy ways to keep your date night on


By Jennifer Harrington for CupidsPulse.com


Being apart from your love is never easy, whether the distance is short or long term, but in today’s fast-paced and mobile world, separation is a common reality. When the miles separate you from your sweetheart, here are some easy ways to keep your date night on the calendar:


1. Dinner and a movie: Just because you’re not physically together doesn’t mean you can’t engage in this courtship ritual! Decide with your partner what you want for dinner (make it something accessible everywhere, like pizza or Chinese food). Once you both have your dinner ready, hop on the telephone, chat and enjoy dinner together, before starting your movie. Need some ideas for a movie? Check out this list of the 30 most romantic movies of all-time.

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2. Cheer on your favorite sports team: Maybe you and your sweetie share a passion for the New York Yankees or the Green Bay Packers. Commit to both watching the game and texting each other your ongoing commentary. It can be fun to hear another person’s perspective on the same game you are watching! Plan to follow your text session during the game with a phone call to celebrate your team’s victory together.

3. Scavenger hunt: Every place is full of unique and interesting spots. With a little advance planning (and sometimes a bit of research), you can plan scavenger hunts for each other. Plan to do the scavenger hunt at the same time, and enjoy all of the special places in your location that your love hand-picked out for you. Snap pictures of yourself with your phone and send so your partner can see all of your adventures!

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4. Play the question game: As well as you may think you know each other, there is always more to learn about your special someone! Pick up a copy of the book The Book of Questions by Gregory Stock for 265 questions you can ask each other. The questions range from silly to serious so you’re sure to uncover stories and opinions on a variety of topics. You can easily swap questions and answers over email or the phone!