We think stealing away for a lunch date is an awesome way to toss some romance into an otherwise chaotic week and over-scheduled relationship.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2012
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In their latest blog post, Ed and Cathy Lorient how a lunch date can add some romance and adventure to a stressful week. The new blog post is titled, “Make a Romantic Lunch Date with Your Spouse!”
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Within this latest post, Ed and Cathy admit that finding time for a date night during the week can be tough at best. Therefore, they suggest injecting some romance into the working week by scheduling a lunch date.
They refer their readers to the work of Dr. Stephanie Smith, who has some great tips on making the lunch date concept work. Her original article focussed on using a lunch date to get over the winter blues. However, Ed and Cathy believe that her advice is useful at any time of the year.
“Get a sitter, tell your boss you have a dentist appointment, raid the piggy bank – do whatever you need to do to get away to some place special for lunch,” they say, directly quoting from Dr. Smith.
In order to make the date go as smoothly as possible, Dr. Smith also suggests avoiding some topics of conversation. These include kids, pets, bills, work drama, house repairs and retirement funds.
Instead, she suggests focusing the conversation on exciting topics such as current events, dreams for the future, books, movies, sports and hobbies.
With most relationships being over-scheduled, Ed and Cathy believe that a lunch date is a great idea that everyone should try.
“Try scheduling a romantic lunch date with your mate at least once a month if you can’t make it a weekly “affair”. We think you’ll love the results,” they conclude.
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