We’ve reached the end of the series! Here are the final 7 of 196 date activity ideas!
190. Attend a painting class.
Sometimes you can find good deals on classes on groupon.com or livingsocial.com. Or perhaps if you know a local artist they’d be willing to give you a private session.
191. Watch an entire season of your favorite t.v. show together.
Depending on how many episodes are in the season, this could be many hours of viewing time! But if you have the time and have a show that is mutually enjoyed by both of you, go for it! Just be sure to take frequent breaks in-between, as it’s unhealthy to sit in the same spot for hours on end.
192. Go snow-tubing together.
Go with or without your children. You’re sure to be exhilarated and get exercise at the same time!
193. Go to a shooting range.
I bet this is one of those activities your husband would really enjoy. Who knows, you may be pleasantly surprised once you try it, too.
194. Plan a trip you would like to take together years down the road (perhaps 10th or 25th or 50th anniversary?).
Once you set your budget, use travel websites and magazines to help with the planning. Make it as simple or as extravagant as you want, but be sure to incorporate both of your desires into the trip.
195. Make play-do and have a competition for best “masterpiece.”
Why not spend an afternoon or evening pretending to be kids again. Playing with play-do is a great way to relieve stress.
196. Order take-out and eat while cuddling and watching a movie on the couch.
Send the kids to bed early and enjoy a quiet evening together in your own living room. I love this kind of date because 1) it means I don’t have to cook! 2) I can get comfy in my pjs, and 3) I love cuddling with my hubby. Watching a movie at home is so much more intimate and personal than going to a theater (though occasionally it’s fun to do that, too).