How long has it been since you and your “other half” were on a date? Seems like everyone is cutting back their spending and trying to save more. But it is so important that we continue some things like spending quality time with our significant other. Not only do we deserve it, we NEED it! Each week Living on Love and Cents and Cornerstone Confessions are bringing you Ways to date on a budget. Go here to see the previous posts.
- We were doing something together.
- We got to talk while we did it.
- It didn’t cost us anything extra to do.
- We felt good about our bodies and our relationship when we were done.
- Go biking around the park or if you need some extra
motivation, bike to the donut shop and back. I’m sure you’ll burn whatever calories you ate on your donut date as you pedal back home.
- Take a twilight walk around your neighborhood.
- Go for a morning run before the kids get up.
- Pursue a gym membership (or if you are not sure you
want to commit, take advantage of their trial offer). Once there, take advantage of the child care they provide and enjoy the time working out side-by-side.
- Get some rackets and play tennis at a nearby
- Go for a hike if you live near some trails.
- Go play racquetball at a gym. Some will let you rent on a per-visit basis.
- Go sledding together, if you live in a snowy
- Do a workout video together in your home. My
hubby and I did the p90x videos for awhile and it gave us something new to talk and laugh about even when we weren’t exercising.