RELATED: 15 Breakfast Foods That Will Make You Feel Better"We live in a college town, and we're always scanning the school's website to see what interesting, open-to-the-public activities it offers," says Denver resident Jane S., 38."We've seen cool authors speak, gone to shows of student work, and, I'll admit it, get a kick out of strolling around campus and imagining we we're still 19.""My husband and I have two young kids, so getting out by ourselves is pretty rare," says Rebecca K., 33, of Seattle, WA.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.
" or "If money was not a factor, where would you like to go on a romantic getaway? Go to a church, or an outdoor cross and pray together. Jim and Sally Conway (Midlife.com) and Dave and Claudia Arp (marriagealive.com) , have many books that help guide couples through some of those rough transitions.Toast the day ahead with a tequila sea breeze: one ounce grapefruit juice, one ounce cranberry juice, and one ounce tequila.To make it extra delicious, eat it in bed (and we won't tell if you're in your birthday suit).Stock up and learn how to make drinks yourselves — and then every night can be a night at the cocktail bar."On one of our first dates, my guy and I challenged each other to a 'triathlon' of activities we both liked," says Robyn H., 28, of Durham, NC."We decided to compete in foosball, Pac-man, and pizza-eating.