Dating on a dime ideas
After they are in bed, choose one other idea on this list to enjoy. Go to a local Christian Bookstore and buy a book on marriage and read it together. The once a week date night assignments are enriching and fun. Often local music stores have island music at rock bottom prices. Borrow plants from all your friends and neighbors and turn your patio into a private garden retreat and enjoy a quiet dinner. Another option is to have your children play waiter and waitress and serve a romantic dinner, then tell them the story of how you fell in love. The movies made in the 30's to 50's are a good place to start. The original can be more wholesome but just as romantic.
Reminisce over old photo albums or your wedding album. Where you're going and how much you're spending on the date can be chosen to have class and a lot of style but doesn't cost a lot of money.A picnic lunch and a Frisbee will go a long way if there's a pretty day in the park, and it doesn't cost a bazillion dollars. Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is a great place to begin. (For a deeper time together, each of you get the study guide that goes with the book and spend time in God's Word together). Get some plants, throw down some beach towels, put on your bathing suits and eat Hawaiian food. She experienced the need to cut costs during her time as a student and hasn’t stopped trying to make savings ever since, anywhere she can.
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Dave says he does need to date, but he doesn’t have to go to the expensive steakhouse every night. But I don't think you have to go to Ruth's Chris every night, either.
You don't need to go there; you don't have that kind of money. One is you just date cheap and you're just thoughtful about it, but not so cheap that you're freakish about it.
If finances permit it, take them to a one hour developing location. Write clues on dime-store Valentines and place them around town, then take your love on a car rally or treasure hunt. Robert and Elizabeth Browning's works are a nice place to begin.
You may want to frame your favorite snap shot and give it to your spouse with a note. The date consists of gathering clues and small romantic treasures like poems, chocolates, and other small treats.
Some clubs have a girls-get-in-free policy (sorry, guys); you could always split the discount among your group’s members.