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Organizing for Men How to Plan a Nice Date with Your Spouse or Significant Other Guys, so you want to take your spouse or significant other out on a date, but you don’t normally “plan things” so you have no idea where to begin. Here are some ideas… 1. Plan ahead. TV sitcoms are always showing guys planning dates at the last minute. While funny on TV, they may not be quite as humorous in your case. Any date thrown together can be potentially disastrous, leaving both of you with no place nice to eat because you failed to make a reservation, or leaving you searching for a place to stay for the evening because you decided to “wing it” instead of making concrete plans. 2. Think about what you BOTH would enjoy. If you both enjoy theater, get tickets to a play (ask your date if she is free that evening and to ensure she gets the date in her calendar BEFORE you purchase the tickets.) Both enjoy eating? Make a reservation at a nice restaurant. Outdoors types? Go skiing. 3. Make the date the background, not the focus. Yes, you two may be skiing, but the trip is really about the two of you and quality time together…not necessarily about filling every available moment with activities. 4. Make a list so you don’t forget anything… What will you wear? Think about it ahead of time so you can buy a nice shirt if you need it, or so you can iron your clothes ahead of time. Celebrating something special? Let the venue know.  They may do something special for birthdays or anniversaries. Flowers, a card, or other gift? Think about this ahead of time…and set a reminder on your phone so you remember to bring the gift. Not great at conversation? Think up a list of topics before the date begins…topics that require soul-searching versus yes/no responses.
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Organizing for Men How to Plan a Nice Date with Your Spouse or Significant Other Guys, so you want to take your spouse or significant other out on a date, but you don’t normally “plan things” so you have no idea where to begin. Here are some ideas… 1. Plan ahead. TV sitcoms are always showing guys planning dates at the last minute. While funny on TV, they may not be quite as humorous in your case. Any date thrown together can be potentially disastrous, leaving both of you with no place nice to eat because you failed to make a reservation, or leaving you searching for a place to stay for the evening because you decided to “wing it” instead of making concrete plans. 2. Think about what you BOTH would enjoy. If you both enjoy theater, get tickets to a play (ask your date if she is free that evening and to ensure she gets the date in her calendar BEFORE you purchase the tickets.) Both enjoy eating? Make a reservation at a nice restaurant. Outdoors types? Go skiing. 3. Make the date the background, not the focus. Yes, you two may be skiing, but the trip is really about the two of you and quality time together…not necessarily about filling every available moment with activities. 4. Make a list so you don’t forget anything… o What will you wear? Think about it ahead of time so you can buy a nice shirt if you need it, or so you can iron your clothes ahead of time. o Celebrating something special?  Let the venue know. They may do something special for birthdays or anniversaries. o Flowers, a card, or other gift?  Think about this ahead of time…and set a reminder on your phone so you remember to bring the gift. o Not great at conversation? Think up a list of topics before the date begins…topics that require soul- searching versus yes/no responses.
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