14 At-Home Date Nights to Try This Weekend

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You know the importance of regular date nights to keep the spark alive, right? After about a month of staying at home, “date night” probably feels like just a distant memory; one of those pre-staying-at-home memories you remember fondly, like going to the gym or grocery shopping without severe anxiety. However, date nights should still be a part of your weekly routine.

Romance might be the last thing on your mind during a time like this, but it’s crucial to your mental health that you feel connected and satisfied with the one person you’re not distanced from. Plus, planning something special (meaning out of the ordinary Netflix and takeout) will give you something to look forward to. Here are 14 date nights to try this weekend:


1. Meet up for happy hour

Since you and your significant other are probably doing your own thing during the day, plan a time to “meet up” for…

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