How do you set out on an unforgettable date without all the expenses? We've come up with at least seven ideas to get you started this summer. After all, isn't it true that real love doesn't cost a thing?
[Contributed by: Most Brave Girl] When the weather heats up, your love life should be heating up too! Here’s why it’s easy and fun to pursue a summer romance: There’s more stuff to do. Take advantage of all of the organized summertime activities like concerts, festivals and markets.
I am not your typical athletic type, more the geeky type. However, I love getting physical…I mean doing physical activities that push me to do something more exciting than movies, candle lit dinners and romantic walks along the beach. Getting out and pushing your limits is a fabulous way to get to know your partner, see how you work as a team, and most importantly how well you communicate. Top 5 ideas that get your endorphins going and include fun physical contact.
Food is unquestionably the most powerful aphrodisiac known to mankind, so think of these dates as 'culinary foreplay.'
Have you been restaurant-hopping all the time trying to find that perfect date restaurant? You may not have actually figured out what exactly you wanted in a restaurant, but with this guide, all you need to do is just walk into a restaurant to know if it’s worth your date’s attention! Mood music in the restaurant?
Make a reservation for the sexiest spot in town — your bedroom. Or your living room ... wherever you love to cozy up with your partner. That’s right; it’s time to trade Tuesday date night withyour DVR and Victoria's Secret pajama pants for dancing with your man in the kitchen to smooth Barry White jams.
Fun date ideas to survive the second date and ensure a third date and beyond.
Should you shave your legs before tonight's dinner date...or intentionally wear the ugliest undies in your drawer? Romantic comedies and Friends reruns aside, the question of how long to wait before taking the next step with a new partner has flummoxed most women at one point or another. But new research published in the Journal of Sex Research finds that good things come to those who wait.