We’ve had a lot of time to ourselves lately, and yet even in close proximity and with all the time in the world, we don’t always make time for our partners.
And we’re not talking ‘romance’ necessarily; we’re talking about quality time.
So we thought we’d give you some ideas after last week’s blog on ‘backyard camping’ went so well.
Even if it’s a can of baked beans, left overs from the night before or a lean cuisine meal for two - it’s time to break out the picnic blanket.
(We recommend pillows and a blanket in case it gets cold, so that you can snuggle up)
We often don’t get this chance to breathe and talk. So pour a glass of wine, and break out anything tasty you have in your fridge!
This one is from our marketing girl, AJ Winters, who recommended having your own little ‘Master Chef’ night. Not only can you make it a fun date, but you could even turn it into a competition with a fellow couple or friend.
Find 5 ingredients and challenge your partner to make a dish. You could each focus on a different course; entre, main or dessert. But remember that this is for fun and you shouldn’t put pressure on yourself or you significant other.
You can conference call with your friends and see what they came up with using the same ingredients!
- Spa time!
And we’re not talking about a nail painting kind of day but instead, a time for you and your partner to indulge in what you really want and need. This could mean a green tea and a foot rub, or lighting a scented candle and doing a face mask.
Take some time and work out what you both need and be there for the other person in their personal spa time.
As always, we’d love to see what you come up with, so find us on social media and tag us in pictures of your own isolation dates.