Awewahoo! Hawaiian Themed Date Night at Home. Warning: If you tend to blush at the thought of anything of the romantic risque sort, then turn around, my friends.
It's not too late to hit the "back" button. This idea is meant, as with many of my other ideas to bring a little spice and romance to the everyday married life. This idea, from an anonymous follower, has been adapted for use on this blog. I sent hubby out of the house for an hour or so to create a little bit of Hawaii right at home. I'll give you those details in a bit... When he got home, I was dressed in my best Hawaiian get-up (a flower lei from the dollar store, Hawaiian flower wrap, and a Hawaiian flower clip in my hair... no coconut bra for me. I presented him with his flower lei and a boarding pass for Awewahoo Airlines (get it...Oahu? Then, the plane landed and I presented him with his Island Welcome Card: Oh, and in case you're wondering:Ho'i Hou Ke Aloha means "Let us fall in love all over again" Here's how I pulled the rest of the date off: ooh, it's delish! Aloha! Penny Jar Dates. 20 Active Date Ideas Slideshow. 20 Active Date Ideas By Jennipher Walters, Certified Personal Trainer When most of us think of date night, we usually imagine dinner and a movie.
While that can be relaxing, it's not exactly the healthiest way to spend time with someone you love (or the best way to get to know someone you recently met). Not to mention that dinner at a restaurant can make eating healthy just a little more challenging. Instead of your usual dinner and a movie, switch things up! Calories burned estimates based on a 150-pound woman. Volunteer Why not spend your date night giving back to your community? Calories burned: Depending on the volunteer experience, you'll torch between 200 and 400 calories in an hour.
Go Dancing It doesn't matter if you turn up the tunes at home or hit a local dance club to get your groove on. Calories burned: Depending on what type of dancing you're doing, you can burn about 200 to 300 calories an hour. Olive Garden Date: at home. Board Question #66354. Marriage Gems. Guest post by Heather Green Spending quality time together is essential the success of a marriage.
Most experts recommend that couples make time for a date night at least once a week. “Date night” can be anything you want it to be — except time to run errands, clean the house, or spend with other friends and family. Those things are all important, as well, but a date night should focus on giving the couple some time alone together to bond and to help maintain the romantic spark. Not all date nights have to be big, expensive, romantic affairs. Go to a Drive-In MovieRelieve some of the nostalgia of your youth by going to a classic drive-in movie theater.
Sing Karaoke TogetherYou don’t have to be a good singer to enjoy karaoke. Make a MealEating out at a fancy restaurant can be very romantic and relaxing, but trying out new recipes and exotic cuisine in your own kitchen can also be fun. Hit the ClubDancing the night away isn’t just for singles. Like this: Like Loading... Unusual (and fun) date ideas. Life in general: let's go on a date: july. The date envelope contents $15 Blockbuster gift card, 2 Do You Know Your Husband/Wife Quiz books cost $27 the plan It's a slumber party for two!
I also grabbed this idea from Love Actually. The date night July was a busy month. Just goes to show that sometimes your best laid plans go awry. We tried again a few weeks later. There was so much to do -- 2 movies, quizzes, discussion, treats . . . . The quiz books . . . so. much. fun. The scrapbook layout no photos this month. Next month drive, chip, putt To see each of our monthly dates from 2011, click here.