We love going out on dates—sometimes. If we’re honest, though, when you add up things like babysitting and eating out, plus the challenge of finding the right time on the calendar… sitting on the couch with Netflix and a killer dessert feels just as special.
In this episode, co-host Kendra Adachi and I talk about dating our spouses. What works for us right now as parents with full calendars, tired bodies, and limited funds? We love our men, but dating them looks differently than when we were—well, dating.
We say no to classic dating, but we say yes to lots of creativity—Netflix, sure, but game nights, neighborhood walks, front porch mornings, and afternoon outings can be killer. Let’s celebrate the small ways to spend time with our Special Someones.
Links From This Episode:
- The Simple Show on Instagram
- Kendra’s blog + podcast, The Lazy Genius Collective
- Kendra on Instagram
- Tsh on Instagram and Twitter
- The 7 date night mistakes you didn’t know you were making
- In defense of skipping date night
- Podcast episode: The Lazy Genius Does Date Night
- The 5 Love Languages test
- My second book, Notes From a Blue Bike
- The Simple Collective Facebook group
- From New York Times, the Sullivan Street bread recipe
- ….and watch my brand-new free video series, The Honest Truth About Simple Living!
Thanks to sponsor Kensington Books and their new novel by Celia Bonaduce, Tiny House on the Hill. Summer Murray plans a grand adventure: she’s going to throw out all the stuff she doesn’t want and travel the country in her very own tiny house shaped. Just Summer, her dog, and 220 square feet of freedom. Then her take-no-prisoners grandmother calls to demand Summer head home to the Pacific Northwest to save the family bakery. Then, as all good novels do . . . things get interesting.