Get Your Relationship Exciting!

After you have been with someone for a period of time, it might cause the relationship to lose its spark. You might realize that you are living your life regularly but instead of remembering to kiss your partner goodbye and showing affection, you are just living your life side by side without appreciating each other.

Here are some things that you can do to make your relationship exciting and to get past the mundane!

  • Leave Them a Note

Put a note in your partners lunch box or in their pocket of what they’re going to wear the next day. Leave a note in the mirror in the bathroom about how much you love and care for them. Be sexy to them in the note and show them that you can’t wait to see them after work.

  • Find Hobbies to Do Together

Don’t just have your own hobbies but find hobbies that you both enjoy. Learn to have fun and do things that will get you both doing something together. If they love to go fishing, go on the boat. Even if you don’t want to fish, talk about it, and try to learn what they are doing to be the best that they can be. They will notice this and feel like you’re interested in their life.

  • Put the Phone Down

Don’t stay on your phone every time you’re with your partner. Put the phone down and don’t be distracted by electronics. There is nothing more frustrating than trying to have a conversation with someone that is stuck in their phone.

Keep a goal of spending at least an hour off on your phone while you talk to your partner and spending time together.

  • Make Traditions

Start new traditions to keep the relationship exciting. Go on a mini-vacation that you don’t forget about year after year or do something small like eating at your favorite restaurant each month. Do whatever you can do that will make you look forward to this time with your partner.

  • Plan Surprises

Try and plan some surprises that you and your partner can enjoy together. It doesn’t have to be expensive but just something that shows that you’re thoughtful and caring. Send flowers or clean the house when they are out of town. Buy tickets to their favorite concert or do something small like send them lunch at work.

  • Remember What You Loved

You don’t have to live in the past, but you can use the past to help you to improve your relationship. Remember the things that you both used to love and try to go back to those places sometimes. Maybe you met at an old movie theater. Go and visit it and go on a date. Remember what caused you to fall in love in the first place.

  • Be Intimate

Be intimate with each other. Learn to touch them the way that they like to be touched and ask them what they want when you’re in bed together. Hold each other and hold hands while you are walking around.

  • Take Alone Time

Take some alone time and spend time apart to make the love stronger. This will cause you both to love and appreciate each other more. The more you miss each other the harder you will work to keep the relationship strong.