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One of the easiest ways to grow your net worth is to invest in a weekly Date Night and avoid “The BIG D.”

According to marriage.com, couples who build date nights into their relationships experience better communication, greater affection and gratitude for the other spouse, and a desire to spend more time together. 

Date Night is good for your marriage and family.  Experts recommend a date night every week.  

If you are among the many starting the year off with some healthier habits and want to be economically wise, here are some fun ideas for date night.

Plan Movie night once a month

Take turns picking out the movie; who knows; there might be a movie you have never seen that is one of your significant other’s favorite.  

Cannot decide?

Get some good popcorn and make it a comedy, couples that laugh together stay together.

Cooking can be for two! 

Don’t know how?  Take a cooking class together or take turns coming up with a new recipe and for “Dry January,” try a new mocktail.  I recommend the Ginger Snap.  

Go out for coffee or dessert

Drive one hour out of town and stop at the first restaurant for dessert and ask the waiter what else is there to do in town

Go to a Museum. 

Take your pick between the Dallas Nasher or the Kimball in Ft. Worth.  Both are world-class.  Be bold invite another couple and make it a Double-Date-Night  

Sunset at the Dallas Arboretum 

Pick a warm afternoon and head out to the Dallas Arboretum.  There are some spectacular views over White Rock Lake, and Cool Thursday’s starts this spring.  Get your tickets NOW

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 The opinions expressed in this material are for general informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional advice.  Individual circumstances do vary.

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