First Dates Ideas
Aug 23rd, 2008 | Affordable Ideas, Date Ideas, First Dates Ideas, Fun Ideas
Think back to the times in your life when you were happiest, or having the most fun. If you're like me, your happiest times were probably also your simplest. They didn't require large amounts of money or effort to make them happen – they just did. When you think about it, it's actually a little ironic. The best things in life are free, yet we work so hard to make our dates perfect, planned…and expensive. Don't we want the "best things" for our dates?
Aug 27th, 2007 | Date Ideas, Dating Advice, First Dates, First Dates Ideas
If you’ve been out of the dating scene for any length of time, you may feel uncomfortable or uneasy about planning perfect dates. However, there is no need to fear. No matter how long it’s been since you’ve been in the dating arena, planning perfect dates isn’t difficult at all. By following a few key elements, you can be certain that both you and your partner will have a wonderful time.
Dec 26th, 2006 | Date Ideas, Dating Advice, First Dates Ideas, Fun Ideas
The joys of owning a pet are innumerable. They are a constant source of joy and excitement. They can also be your key to many new dating opportunities. From dog parks to grooming expos and everything in between, these activities not only bring you closer to your beloved pet, they very well could land you your dream date.
Dec 19th, 2006 | Date Ideas, First Dates Ideas, Fun Ideas
Ice skating is a great activity to enjoy by yourself, on a date, or with a group of friends. In the past, ice skating was not just a recreational activity, but a way to travel over frozen lakes or rivers.
Today, ice skating can still be done on a natural ice surface, but most of the time people prefer to skate on a man-made ice skating rink. Because of the popularity of the sport, indoor ice skating rinks are available in most cities, and you can now ice skate all year round.
Dec 18th, 2006 | Date Ideas, First Dates Ideas, Fun Ideas
Full, golden moons and shooting stars are some of the romantic celestial gems often dreamed about for that perfect night out with your date. However, when you go on a date at night, the expectations for a date to go beyond your front door, whether you are ready to or not, are often there. One way to avoid the awkward pause at the front door is to not even have it be part of the equation until you are ready for it. This is easily achieved by dating in the daytime.
Nov 24th, 2006 | Date Ideas, Dating Advice, First Dates Ideas
Weekends fill up so fast with activities and obligations. Finding time to date or meet people suddenly takes a back seat to all of the stuff that has to get done before the alarm clock goes off bright and early Monday morning. Luckily for you most jobs allocate at least a forty-five minute lunch time to break up the mundane ness of the typical eight-hour work shift. Even thirty minutes is enough time to squeeze in some romance.