It’s simple right, you meet someone, fall in love and spend the rest of your life together?
The reality is happily ever after isn’t the end. Things carry on and the promise Disney once offered of everlasting love seems to fade into the background.
Somewhere along the way things get complicated and life gets in the way of romance.
Late nights get in the way of going to bed together; social commitments take precedents over quality time and taking care of yourself for each other takes a lower ranking on your list of priorities.
The honeymoon is well and truly over.
So, what’s the one thing you can do to turn things around?
The answer is simpler than you might think……. Time.
Time is the great equalizer, it’s the one thing we all have the same amount of. It’s how we use it that makes the difference.
Spending time together is the one sure way to bump your relationship from part of your daily grind to the thing that makes you jump out of bed in the morning.
Now lets be clear, sitting on the sofa, watching My Kitchen Rules does not count as spending time together. It needs to be quality time, time to value each other, time to listen, time to laugh.
Below are 3 simple ways to spend your time together and bring back that loving feeling.
Go for a walk – It’s so simple, put on your shoes and get outside. There’s no pressure to talk, but somehow when your body is busy with an activity, such as walking, it’s much easier to chat about the important things. And did you know, physical activity is proven to increase libido in both men and women, so it really is win win.
Overnight Romantic Escape – Get away from it all, without ever leaving the city. Turn off your phone and focus on each other, real quality time with no distractions. We’ve all had nights in hotels, but have you ever spend the night on your own private yacht, bobbing gently in a secluded bay? When the setting is so romantic, it’s hard not to fall in love all over again. Check out our Romantic Overnight Escapes here.
Take a class together – Spending time together doesn’t have to be about talking. It simply can just be about being together and finding a common interest is the perfect solution. From a cooking class to a dance lesson seeing each other outside of the daily routine is a sure fire way to rekindle things.