Trying to decide on fun things you can do with your wife? Well, choosing the best activities to do together will depend on your wife. Each person is an individual, and there is no ONE specific date night plan that will work for everyone. You wouldn’t take your wife to the opera if she’d much rather attend the upcoming monster truck show, or vice versa. Not sure what your wife would enjoy? Here are some ideas to get you started.

  • Take her somewhere from your past. Remember all those new places you went on your first dates as a couple? Maybe you went to make out in the last row of the movie theater, or perhaps you went to the bar around the corner to shoot pool and eat cheesy fries. Either way, she obviously fell for you back then, so something about your former date nights must have worked. Relive those times, and look back on your life together. This will remind you both why you fell in love to begin with.
  • Try something new. If you don’t know exactly what your wife would like to do, choose something neither of you have tried before. Go ice skating. Take a long hike in the mountains. Go to a local wine tasting. Broaden your horizons. Couples bond by doing things together, so even if you don’t end up an ice skating enthusiast you’ll have fun while you’re giving it a try.
  • Turn to an old standby. There are certain universal things that most women will enjoy. Rent a cabin in the woods for a romantic weekend away. Cook her dinner one night and surprise her when she gets home from work, then eat it by candlelight. Take her dancing, or even just set out a blanket and lie in your yard beneath the stars.

Still stumped for the perfect activity to do with your wife? There’s a simple solution. Ask her what she’d like to do. The element of surprise is overrated, and she’ll feel loved and cared about because you took the initiative to ask what her needs are.

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