The good news is that by using your God-given creativity, you can create big romance on a small budget.Here are 8 types of dates you and your spouse can enjoy together for only about : Adventure dates.Today’s topic is one I haven’t ventured into before, but I thought it would be an interesting one to bring up and chat about with y’all.I know I’m not the only woman who has ended up in her 50’s and dating again.
We have a student loan debt the size of Alaska (thank you Physical Therapy school) and can’t afford a babysitter every weekend.
Please just accept the fact that you are in the midst of a demanding time of life, but that all those challenges will eventually pass (to inevitably be replaced by new ones). Your husband may even rediscover the creativity he put to such good use when you were dating.
In the meantime, I would recommend that you stop hinting and start acting.
You can get all the info right here, along with a cute printable to make it happen. Watch a sports game together (or record one on the DVR and watch it together later). If it’s warm enough, try to go outside (even if it’s in your own backyard). Find songs with lyrics on You Tube and sing your heart out. You can pick up mugs at the Dollar Store and use a sharpie marker to decorate it.
This recipe for Homemade Spudnuts is my favorite and it makes a TON so you can totally share some with the neighbors (or eat them all yourself .