Turn off all distracting tech — don’t just leave it face-down on the table, turn it off. Phones can go in a drawer, computers can be powered down, and the TV can go off.
Just make sure to practice safe physical distancing. It can be around your neighborhood or in a park. Hold hands and stay connected.
Pick a direction at random, and go on a trip to nowhere in particular. If something draws your eye, you can stop. But otherwise, just enjoy the scenery and the time spent together.
You can visit museums, art galleries, and a ton of other places, including Broadway, via your computer. Watch a play, go check out some gorgeous art, or take a look at aquariums together.
Make your own crystals, smash open a geode, build a model airplane, or even excavate some plastic dinosaur bones together.
Grab some cheap face masks, soak your feet in an Epsom salt bath in the tub, and share a glass of wine or your favorite beer.
Love to dance but have two left feet? Spend the evening watching YouTube videos of dancing, or take a class with an instructor.
Each of you can buy mini bottles of wine and do a wine tasting. You can even make it a game by blindfolding each other and guessing what kind of wine your partner’s giving you.
You’ll have to be pretty inventive with your hiding spots if you’re doing it at home!
Not exactly something you want to do, but cleaning together will not only get the job done faster, but it will also be more fun.