"Put away the phones, grab food and drinks, and enjoy some friendly competition."Whether you head to a rooftop or out to a field, stargazing can make for a pretty romantic — and totally low-key — date night.
"You’re far away from noise and distraction, but very close to your date," Bennett says. There's no better way to get away from it all, and decompress, then by heading out into nature.
Date nights keep the spark alive, and help keep the relationship fresh.
Again, that doesn't mean you and your partner have to go out and paint the town red.
Sure, you might not meet someone you want to fall in love with, but at least you’re out trying. I can only speak for myself, but I seem to always meet people in two situations: when I’m doing something I love or when I’m dating without expectations.
I think both of those situations encourage a natural confidence that people find attractive.
It can feel uncomfortable at first, but with a little practice, it’s actually quite liberating.
It’s hard for people to get up the courage to walk all the way across the bar; it’s much easier to strike up a conversation with someone who’s within earshot already.), but it’s an easy way to discover a whole new set of potential paramours…And, even if you don’t meet someone new, you’ll have discovered new awesome things about the place where you live, which is almost as good. Mostly I was just trying to have fun with the whole thing, but it didn’t work because not one single person tried to set me up.If you see someone you think is cute, talk to them. I’m not saying that you should spend your entire commute trying to make eye contact with other people on the bus/train, but when you’re waiting in the line at the grocery store or sitting at the bar waiting for your friend to show up, do it without your phone in your hand.I know, just typing that made me very uncomfortable, but you’ve got to be approachable if you want to be approached.