first date ideas: Tour a botanical garden or park

The best first date ideas are sometimes the simplest. Take your partner on a tour of a botanical garden or park this weekend for example, when there’s actually something in the air other than pollen!

A nice day in nature can be just what you need to get off to an amazing start. And if you go with something like a picnic, research has even shown that spending more time outdoors can help reduce stress and improve moods . This is especially important after a long winter when all you want to do is curl up in bed and enjoy not freezing your butt off!

To make the outing even more fun, try hiking or biking around the park. Not only will this help you get healthier together (and lose those extra pounds you’ve been packing on), but it will also give you both a chance to spend time off of your feet while getting to know each other better .

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