Jay Dee, over at Sex Within Marriage, created a truth or dare game that you can play using your phone. The cool thing about his version is you can put in both yours and your spouse’s names and select the types of foreplay you enjoy.
Then the game will pull up random questions and dares, so your experience is different every time you play!
This is a fun printable that you can put together for your spouse. If your spouse is often out of town or you guys have to spend time away from each other, this is perfect. I know a lot of military people are not able to be with their families all of the time, so these letters are a great idea.
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I loved this cute idea from The Dating Divas. They show you a basket that they put together for their loved one that features a gift for each sense. It is a really cute idea and the good thing is, you basically have your shopping list put together for you.
If you want to print off the tags that they created, you can purchase them for $5.00 through my affiliate link below:
Recently, I had a reader email me and tell me about an idea they were working on for their spouse. They wanted to put together a jar that had 365 hand written notes in it. Their intention was to get their spouse talking about intimate things as well as be an encouragement to them by writing sweet notes.
A conversation jar is all kinds of fun and helps you to have something to talk about outside of normal things. Find some ideas in the two posts below.
I think that many couples do not spend nearly enough time together, which is why I love the idea of giving experience based gifts. We are created to need to spend time with one another. I have a few ideas of how you can have a romantic night with your lover in these posts:
Here’s another Dating Divas original, DIY love coupons! I love these ladies. You can print off their free DIY coupons and write whatever you want to promise your spouse during the year. This is a fun idea for you to commit to spend time together over the coming months.
Originally, Austin did this idea for me at Valentine’s Day. These free printable cards could easily be used as a Christmas gift. You can give your spouse one of these every day to open starting on Christmas day. Just have all of the gifts lined up and they can open one each morning.
To get the free printables and ideas of what to purchase, go to this post: