EP 121: Favorite Low-Budget Date Night Ideas
Mompreneurs need love - and so do their partners! On this episode - and in the midst of celebrating our own respective wedding anniversaries - we're sharing some great ideas for date nights, date days, and date mornings. And to add to the fun, these connection-focused escapades can be enjoyed for around $30 or less.
It was so much fun to have our listeners weigh in with their date night experiences, recommending utilizing local points of interest, a variety of takes on the classic picnic, creative meals, and moving your body as ways to date your spouse with intention, but not a lot of expense.
What you’ll hear:
Why it's important as a married mompreneur to make consistent time for your spouse.
“If you have [to choose] to pay a babysitter [or go out with your spouse], pay a babysitter and go on a cheap date.”
“The most important thing we’re trying to achieve with date night is connection and time.”
A gazillion takes on "the picnic."
How exploring local opportunities for play can be both fun and budget-friendly.
Sometimes less is more - you don't need extravagance to have a fun, meaningful time together.
And a fun idea that may or may not include an artichoke.
Thanks to all the listeners who contributed ideas to this episode, including:
Kizmat Tention (Book: Broken Little Pieces)
CONNECT WITH DEANNA MASON, REFRESHED MOMS
Need ways to make working while your kids are around easier? Download My Top 10 Productivity Hacks for Moms