In an earlier article that I wrote last month, I talked about food and dating. And while food can certaining keep your dating life interesting, it is by no means the magic bullet. There are many things you must do right in order to keep your dating world fun and engaging.
Since we've already covered food, I'll be brief about the topic. Basically food should be an accessory, but one that helps keep things interesting. Exotic foods are good for this reason, but any type of food that everyone enjoys is a good bet.
Aside from food, there are the actual activities you partake in. If you are both enthusiastic cyclists, of course you can go cycling. But how many times can you do the same thing and keep it fresh? One idea is to go eat after the activity. That way, at least the eating parting will take place at a new or different place, perhaps even providing a subject of conversation. Then again, you can actually change up the activity itself. To use the previous example, if you both of you are athletic and like cycling, there are bound to be other similar physical activities you might enjoy, like going to the lake, hiking, camping, etc. Instead of finding a completely new activity, sometimes it can be easier to try something new if there are some elements of familiarity to the activity you are considering. That's why, when you're looking for potential people to date on sites like Match.com, it's important to hone in on people who have similar interests. Don't try to force people into your box. Instead find someone who already fits naturally. Free trials are a great way to try out sites like Match.com, and I encourage you to get one here.
Establishing routines are always nice for a well-structured life, but too much predictability can also spoil some of the fun. Consider doing things spontaneously, such as going on a weekend getaway or watching a type of movie you and your significant other don't usually watch. These new experiences that take you out of your comfort zone often end up being the most memorable.