Kentucky Derby-themed date nights that are sure to get your man's heart racing.
With May just around the corner, we are dusting off our silk gloves and delicate hats in preparation for the Kentucky Derby. If you are like us and will not have the pleasure of watching the races live this year, fear not. There are plenty of ways to bring the rowdy Derby fun to your dating life.
A recent survey says singles date more in the spring. So get out there and have some fun!
With the scent of spring in the air, single people everywhere are starting to feel a familiar itch. No, it's not allergies — it's the itch of longing for a relationship... or at least someone to go on a hot date with.
Happy Spring! As the days grow longer and the temperatures rise, a whole new batch of date options are at our fingertips. So grab your Spring fling or longtime lover, throw on a colorful sun dress and a light scarf, and enjoy the warmer season with these outdoor date ideas.
Spring is in the air, which means it's time to switch up your date style. Toss the fuzzy wool socks and Netflix addiction and get outside! Whether you're going on your first date or are in a long-term relationship, here are some fun date tips sure to bring pizzazz to your springtime.
Dinner and a movie is a popular dating routine for a reason: It's got entertainment, nutritional value, and you don't even have to talk for half the time. But just in case you're looking for a different kind of date, something a little more unique, we compiled a list of 10 creative date ideas that are affordable, easy, and memorable.
Ditch the romantic dinner and go on an adventure. Or maybe on three romantic dinners.
I don't love the whole Valentine's Day shtick — candy hearts, forced romantic dinners and such. Every couple has their own personality, so why not do something that fits you and expresses your love rather than conforming to some cookie-cutter ideal? Plus, this way you can use Valentine's Day as an excuse to cross some items off your "couple bucket list."
Want to be the hottest Valentine for your guy? Here's how. Marilyn Monroe ... eat your heart out.
Valentine's Day is one holiday we can give ourselves permission to let loose and have fun with our mates. Whether we are dating or married to our Valentine, this holiday gives us a little nudge to show our partner how much we really love him. Here's how to spice it up a notch and really blow his mind.
Try this relationship building exercise from my 'Today's Positive Interaction' series.
Today’s couple building assignment is to snuggle on the couch for an evening and talk, without turning the TV on. This positive interaction will especially fill the love tank of anyone who has “Quality Time” as a primary Love Language.
When children enter the picture, it’s very easy for the couple relationship to morph into a sort of business partnership.