Creative ideas for dating anniversaries
After all, there's nothing like hours of winding paths to get the lowdown on how your hiking bud is really feeling." You'll be able to spend some quality time with your date, while taking in beautiful surroundings, all for free.
I recently discovered that one of my favorite chefs, Jamie Oliver, has a You Tube channel called Food Tube, which features awesome recipes from The Naked Chef himself plus dishes from special guests.
So if you save up your rewards points for a rainy day, or rather when you're broke, you could end up with a free movie ticket and a free upgrade on your popcorn!
Also, depending on which cinema company you visit, if you go to see a movie outside of peak hours, tickets for these showings can sometimes cost less too.
There's an ongoing discussion surrounding heterosexual relationships, about whether you can be a female feminist yet expect men to pay for your date.
When it comes to who's footing the bill, I believe in splitting it, because I don't believe my partner should pay for my fun or the food I consumed, unless of course he's very insistent.
There are no limits to what a creative date can include so let your imaginations run wild!
A scavenger hunt takes a bit of planning, but it could actually be classed as two dates if you take it in turns to create one for each other.
Even if the free museum in your town or city isn't somewhere you'd normally visit, give it a try and you might learn something new.Nowadays dates can be arranged in person, over the phone, across cyber space, or via an app.Then when you finally secure a date with someone who seems nice, there's the much debated topic of who will pay for the date.Although, some would argue that due to the gender pay gap, men earn more so they should pay, which IMO is wrong on so many levels.No matter who or how long you've been dating, at some point there will probably come a time when you're both broke AF.