Dating ideas for winter
But it's also a fun date because — unless you're a secret Olympian — you both have to relax and just have a little fun figuring it out together.
Most people are not good at ice skating and that is totally fine.
A mini lesson in the cooking department is always a win-win.💯 When it’s too cold outside to do anything but curl up towards up the heat, you can *also* bring some in the kitchen.
“People get used to meeting one another romantically while under the influence," Grant Hilary Brenner, M. Though it may feel a little awkward at first, once you get used to making small talk without a drink in hand, you'll probably start to wonder what all the fuss was about.But if not, seek out a local spot for antiquing where you two can get lost for an hour or two, hunting for records and retro treasures, or perusing the shelves of dusty vintage books. If you're both extra outdoorsy, make it a weekend camping trip in the mountains before the weather gets too severe. If nothing's really speaking to you on the blockbuster front (sometimes the movie lead-up to the holidays feels a little meh), check out an art-house or indie film that will get you slightly out of your comfort zone, but will guarantee a unique shared experience.A brisk hike is an ideal winter date for adventure-seekers to take in some sights and get in exercise at once (the views! Winter is peak ballet season so it's the best time to nab yourselves tickets to The Nutcracker or Swan Lake. It's a perfect excuse to get out and dress up, and the people-watching opportunities will make for unusual conversation fodder. Don't ask questions—you'll be seriously amazed by the creations and can maybe convince someone to carve you into a bust. Grab a sled from your garage (or nab a plastic one at most pharmacy chains), head to a snowy hill, and prepare for an adorable day date. If your date's not so into tutus and tights, look into theater or opera dates.