Plan an “unplugged” evening.
Unplug (or just turn off) your computers, phones, tablets, TVs, etc. and have some real time with your husband (and family or friends, if you like).
Read a book out loud to each other.
Bake a dessert to enjoy with coffee.
Take a nature walk in your neighborhood (how many different critters can you identify?).
Pitch a tent in your backyard and sleep out.
Have a competition with your favorite board or card game (recommended games).
Go roller skating.
It’s nice to connect at a slower pace and do something out of the ordinary.
Simple pleasures are best. Alan Bradley
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