Singles understand one reason for dating by number. The more first dates you go on, the greater your chances of meeting your best love match. There’s another reason that applies to couples.
Once you’re in a committed relationship, you may think you don’t have to date your mate. A big mistake. Why?
If you two stop dating, your partner may become open to someone who’s attracted to their charms, character, quirks and qualities that first drew you to your partner. That someone would love to make them feel special and appreciated, as you used to do when you were dating.
Don’t believe me? That’s a sign that you’ve lost sight of their wonderful qualities. You can correct this oversight and revive romance with your partner when you start dating by number.
Take a look at a calendar. Dates on the calendar are signposts of special events that we mark every year. You can see each calendar signpost as a chance to celebrate the occasion on a date. It’s easy to create a dating calendar around these signposts:
• New Year’s Day
• SuperBowl Sunday
• Valentine’s Day
• St. Patrick’s Day
• Memorial Day
• Mother’s Day
• Father’s Day
• Independence Day
• Back to School
• Labor Day
• Columbus Day
• Veteran’s Day
There are many other chances for singles and couples to celebrate on a date, and your list will vary depending on your cultural and religious background.
Want more ways to date by number?
You can select from hundreds listed in the 2010 Holidays and Observances Calendar. I often advise couples to plan a weekly date for fun, without talk of duties or deadlines that bog down a relationship. Many happy couples plan 52 fun dates each year–minimum.
Dating by number also gives you 365 daily opportunities to have some fun and make your partner feel like your top priority. Finding something to celebrate in each day is the best way to live happily ever after–whether you’re single and seeking your love match or you’re sparking a lasting fire of love with your partner.
Love deeply and live your dreams now,