Long term relationships are overall most beneficial for couples. However, married life can be a blissful oblivion or a downright blizzard to keep up with!
The terms being the effort that you put in to maintain the status-quo. Dedicating more time to your spouse is always a welcome and considerate prospect, and it also proves most beneficial in the long run. Dedicating time and putting in visible effort can prove to be the most constructive act you ever came across, little gestures on a daily basis can make a huge impact on your marriage!
Here are 15 simple things that you can do with your spouse to bring excitement and allow your relationship to blossom:
1.Walks, they’re Therapeutic
Put on a pair of shoes and set out on a new adventure. A little fresh air and some conversation will always put a smile on your faces.
2. Fitness Activities
Lift weights, do yoga or go swimming. Find some physical activity you can indulge in together.
3. Explore new Places, Make and Capture Memories!
Visit new places and explore. Grab a camera and let the creativity flow. Taking pictures together in an adventurous place not only creates memories, but also is a lot of fun.
4. Excite your Taste Buds
If you have not tried it, experiment, it is always good to try new flavors. Try Japanese, Italian, Mexican, Traditional Chinese food or some other foreign food you have never tried.
5. Explore your Inner Child
Video games are all the craze today. Try playing something active like Kinect or Wii-Sports. Besides having fun, you will sweat a little.
6. Get on the Same Team!
Go watch live sports. Pick a team and follow them through the ranks. Cheering together will bring you closer together. Sports, such as basketball or soccer are great options.
7. Theme Parks
Go visit a theme park. Besides just rollercoasters, most offer theatrical presentations and mini shopping malls. Don’t forget to ride the Ferris-wheel for a super romantic evening!
8. Water Sports
Imagine a warm, summer day, spending time with your spouse, getting wet on slippery water slides. Once you are done with the rides, you can simply relax in the lazy river, bathe in the sun or play around in the pools.
Zoos are great places to visit for those that enjoy animals. It also allows you to get close to the nature, plenty of outdoor adventure, and physical activity.
Is the circus in town? The circus provides you with a great opportunity for a laugh together. It’s also something different to do together.
11. Board Games and Indoor Indulgences
There are an infinite number of board games out there, so it is easy to pick one that both you and your spouse enjoy.
12. Go out and Cut Loose!
Go out and do whatever and go wherever your heart takes you. Many couples like to climb mountains, explore caves or swim under a waterfall. So get out on the trails!
13. Grab a Pair of Bicycles
Cycling is an excellent form of physical exercise. Use a helmet and have a fun ride! Do this often.
14. Night Time Strolls
This idea may seem simple, but it is still very romantic. Try a fruit smoothie or a hot chocolate, depending on the weather.
15. Ice Cream
While dating, young couples always go to eat ice cream. The simplicity is as romantic as it is a treat!
When you’re getting on in years, you more than often do not appreciate the sanctity of what you hold most close to you, your spouse and the relationship you have together. Build your world, hand in hand, and follow these tips and thank us later!
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Source: Balanced Life Team
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