No more excuses. It’s time for date night. Get a babysitter if needed and put a date in the calendar for you and your mate. Write an invitation, text your man, or email something like this…
You are invited to a hot night of fun and romance
Friday, May 16 at 6:00 pm
You make up the words and date, but make sure you are specific about the date and the time. That will keep this from being just another good intention.
What hot date will you plot for your man? No matter what you plan, make sure that flirting, kissing, and lovemaking are part of the evening. Remember, you are the hot woman, that’s why he married you in the first place!
A romantic night at home. Light the candles. Wear one of his favorite dresses on you. Play soft music. Have a meal by candlelight. Dance. Kiss. There’s no rush. Enjoy yourselves.
A trip down memory lane. Go to a restaurant or coffeehouse that you frequented while you were dating. Reminisce about firsts – when you first saw one another, first date, first hand holding, first kiss.
A sweaty date – as in exercise sweat. Ride your bikes, work out together, play volleyball, or roller blade. If you and your husband like to be active, plan a date that will rejuvenate your bodies and bring you closer together at the same time.
A massage night. Ahhh, take turns giving each other full body massages in bed. For quick and inexpensive massage oil, try using olive oil with a few drops of aromatherapy oil such as spearmint or lavender.
A hot bubble bath night. Make the water extra hot so you have to enter the tub very slowly. If you don’t have much space, so what? Squeezing into the tub is half the fun and worth the laughs.
A spicy food competition. Some like it hot! Each of you can bring something spicy for the other to try. Whoever can eat more spicy bites than the other wins.
A bonfire. If you live near a beach or a fire pit, roast marshmallows over the fire, cuddle, and swap old camp stories.