It seems like dating always consists of eating out so mix things up and cook dinner together?
If you are lucky, you may even find the needed ingredients at home.
Snuggle on the couch while you watch a romantic comedy, thriller, or sci-fi movie.
Fire up the CD player with your favorite tunes from high school and have your own dance party in the living room.
Austin and I aren’t really ever extravagant with dates and gifts. Really, it’s all about having some quality time together, right?
For most of our marriage we’ve had no money to be extravagant. We usually go out to eat, but often for lunch and not on the actual holiday. Here’s the thing, you have to treat your date as a date, even if it’s a home date and regardless of how much you’ve spent.
I thought I’d come up with some simple and frugal date ideas so that you can show some love and appreciation to your special someone.
Of course, these work all year round, not just for Valentine’s Day.
Watch your wedding video or look through your wedding photos. Go for a scenic drive through the mountains or along the coast. For more detail check out the thrift store shopping tips article from a few months ago.Similar to the thrift-store marathon, you just spend a couple hours hitting up garage sales.A while ago I wrote a post called 10 free dates that your wife will love that got a lot of attention.Since these days so many people are looking for cheap date ideas that are actually fun, I decided to create a little list of a few.
Rent a movie, make some popcorn, turn out the lights and cuddle up! Sit back, relax and just catch up on each other’s day.