Aim for an unexplored area for a longer day trip or try a short round-trip ride for a first date where you're still—literally and figuratively—testing the waters. Find a local charity, like a soup kitchen or pet shelter, and volunteer for the day.
You never know when you'll find your next one-of-a-kind furniture piece, so spend a few hours perusing a dedicated antiques mart or thrift store. Studies say that acts of generosity increase well-being and happiness, and couldn't you use some more of that in your life? If you need some guidance, you can download apps like Star Tracker.
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Both of you could volunteer for a cause of mutual interest, such as helping out at an animal shelter or telling stories to children with cancer.
The low-key environment will help you both relax, so you can bond.
On a clear night, go someplace quiet and spend some time just gazing at the stars.
These eight suggestions will leave her head-over-heels in love with you without burning a hole in your pocket.
Yes, as cheesy as it may sound, riding a tandem bike (AKA the bicycle built for two) can be quite the adventure for a super-coordinated couple who want to experiment with something more unconventional than your typical scenic trail ride.
Stuck on the island this holiday because you’re (almost) broke?
Don’t think that you can’t have a fun time just because you have no money.
You don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to have a romantic date.
Take advantage of deals at local restaurants and chains, like Olive Garden's never-ending soup, salad, and breadsticks.