But in the case that it’s NOT going so well, you can pretty much chug that cup of java and get yourself outta there.But beyond the first few “get to know you” dates – what happens when you want to start taking your relationship to the next level?What are some great date ideas for couples who are looking to add creativity, adventure, and fun into the “four seasons” of their relationship (if you don’t know what I mean by the “four seasons”, you need to go read , and go for a nature walk/hike.Find a nice little spot to spread a blanket, and dig in!According to my monthly polls at True Love Dates.com, most of my readers agree that the best place to go on a first date is simply this: to go out for a cup of coffee. I love the coffee date, and not just because I love coffee.It’s the best kind of first date because it’s simple, casual, and low pressure.And for the non-book lovers out there…there’s always all kinds of fun magazines!
There’s nothing more significant than doing something significant with people you care about.You could also take advantage of en evening like this by looking into the really fun games out there that will also help you get to know each other (like Apples to Apples, Scattegories, etc.) And…you can even make up your own. Even when my husband and I were long-distance, we had a game night over the phone every now and again…you just have to get creative!There is something sooooo romantic about a date that’s lake-side, sea-side, ocean-side, bay-side…you get the point. There are so many ways to hit up the water and enjoy God’s beautiful outdoor exhibit!Try sailing, paddle-boating, canoeing, a walk along the shore, skipping rocks, or just having dinner with the view of the water.A great way to walk and talk, spending some quality time together with the backdrop of gorgeous scenery.And for the bold, antiques stores and thrift shops are always a great place to find cool treasures, too. Hands on dates are a great way to get to know someone in a new context like a cooking class, art class, dance lessons, pottery class, or the like.