If you’ve already completed your second date, then congratulations! You made it out alive. If not, getting second date ideas can be tough, but there are plenty of places around the world where you and your date can go paint some pottery or make something together—with no strings attached. It’s important to keep in mind […]Continue reading "second date idea: Paint some pottery"
It’s always great to support local music, and you never know, you might find your next favorite band. It’s not really conducive to conversation, but if you are both into music, it can be a great way to spend the evening. Any night of the week there is probably a showcase happening somewhere in Portland […]Continue reading "Second date idea: See a local band"
Second date idea: Find a nearby quirky museum A lot of people don’t really know what to do on their second date. Second dates are generally reserved for those who you have been out with once already and feel comfortable around, but there is still some level of pressure. The first date can be extremely […]Continue reading "Second date idea: Find a nearby quirky museum"
Second date idea: Hit up a local artist art gallery Second dates offer more of an opportunity than first dates, because of multiple reasons: you aren’t strangers anymore and it’s not the awkward “getting-to-know-you” phase. Second dates can also be more of a trial run for your relationship to see if there is a future […]Continue reading "Second date idea: Hit up a local artist art gallery"
Now that you’ve had a chance to get to know each other [if they go on more than one date add: and after the first date], it seems like this person might actually be a good fit. You don’t want to ruin this by going out with someone who you aren’t compatible with, so how […]Continue reading "Second date idea: Take a mini road trip to someplace not too far away"