Rather than worrying about being on a date in the cold weather, you can bring the romance into the comforts of your home.Â Set up a table and dine by a lit fireplace, or arrange a comfortable area on the floor in the living room.Â Once you have your location, order in some comfort food to enjoy with one another.
It’s not all about dinner though, sometimes dessert can make or break a good night. Â So instead of ruining the evening with a boring end to dinner, get cozy by roasting marshmallows and making sâ€™mores. Â To complete this sweet treat, have hot chocolate with a twist. Â Not sure how?Â Add peppermint schnapps to the cocoa to relax after a long week and get into the holiday spirit.Â Also, donâ€™t forget a mini candy cane for decoration. Â This drink is called â€śThe Snugglerâ€ť for good reason; so get close with your partner while enjoying it.
If you’re fireside, you can make your date feel nostalgic by heading back to your childhood and telling ghost stories. Â Itâ€™s a great way to open up yourÂ vulnerability.
Most importantly, donâ€™t forget to spend time working on your relationship during your quiet time together. Â Make this night about the two of you and talk about your lives, and maybe even the future. Â Itâ€™s common for couples to start thinking about marriage and family during the holiday season, so use this as an opportunity to find out where your relationship is going , and if it has a future.
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