Dorky, cheesy and romantic things that should be on your relationship bucket list
Cheese alert. What's wrong with long walks on the beach? There's no problem with getting romantic once in a while to really feel the love, show the love and breathe it all in. You don't have to be bursting at the seems with lovey-dovey moves, but spurts of romance have never hurt anyone, which leads me to 50 totally simple tasks every couple should experience together. Worst case, you get some giggles out of it. Best case, you grow from it as a couple.
Cuddle without sex
Have sex without kissing
Write a love letter on paper
Write poetry for each other (no one said it has to be PG poetry)
Actually take long walks while holding hands — today's busy-bee lifestyle requires it
Turn your phones off for a weekend
Make up without make-up sex
Eat a meal in silence
Say "I love you" without expecting to hear it in return
Have a naked day in bed
Cook a full meal for each other
Tell each other what you really think of each other's family (tread lightly with this one)
Get a couples massage (or mud bath, whatever you fancy more)
Skinny-dip, even if it's in your own backyard
Make a mixtape of songs that remind you of each other (OK, a Spotify playlist)
Have a pizza cook-off. Who creates the best topping concoction?
Take a cooking class together
Camping weekend! No phones allowed. Go into total tech detox mode.
Binge watch an entire show in one weekend together. Get snacks first.
Pay a visit to a sex toy shop, if only to talk about what interests you and what doesn't
Talk about what your greatest fear is — really talk about it
Try drawing each other (clothing optional)
Take a road trip on a Saturday without any prior plans
Play "never have I ever"
Get a little too drunk at someone else's wedding
Reflect on a piece of marriage advice you wish you never tried to follow (save this one for later in life)
Get tattoos together
Eat breakfast at the table together before work for a week