We all know how important frequent date nights are for keeping the fire burning with our spouse.
Passionate relationships take work -- and the energy that you put in is often what you get in return.
According to Sam Yagan, who runs an online dating Web site, "romantic relationships, have three stages: the initial attraction (lust), the romance (falling in love), and the attachment (where both partners become comfortable with each other).
With the hustle and bustle of everyday life demanding us to always be on the move, some times we forget to take a time out for ourselves, and our marriage.
Coordinating schedules can be quite hectic nowadays, but some times fate works in our favor, and a free night appears.$ROMANCE-TIPS-OPTIN$So, the two of you have a free evening, now what?
I will be the first to admit that I am pretty bad at planning any sort of date.
Mainly because I work such long hours that an amazing date for me involves staying home, not getting dressed and simply snuggling on the couch not doing much of anything.
She’s an investor in real estate, tech sector and lifestyle brands.
When she’s not writing or working, she's happily doting over her husband of twelve years, Keith (and sometimes manages to do all three simultaneously).
Here are several creative scenarios for the married couple who just don’t know what to do.