WOMEN, Dating on a Budget ( not for Singles Only), Larry James

In summer, the world is a college student’s proverbial oyster. You can go anywhere, see anything, and meet anyone. It probably helps that summer is oyster season, too. BBQ’ed oysters, YUMMM.

Food cravings aside, we created a guide summer romances, along with some interesting stats on meeting that special someone who will make your heart flutter. Keep these tips in mind to keep a new romance afloat, or it may fizzle (unless that’s what you were going for – which is OK, too).

Good luck in the love department!

10 DATING ON A BUDGET TIPS:

There are many things you can do without even spending a penny, so don’t always assume you have to spend money on a date. Great date ideas include walks in the park, seaside, countryside or around your town won’t cost you a thing.

Tip 1
Always remember that for a date to be successful, you don’t have to spend a huge amount of money. It is all about spending quality time with someone.

Tip 2
Don’t try to impress your date by spending money you don’t have. Getting into debt is not the way to have a successful date.

Dating on a Budget Tip 3
There are plenty of ways to have a great date without breaking the bank.

Tip 4
You can make a date as costly or inexpensive as you like. You can choose to go out for lunch instead of dinner, which is often cheaper, or you can watch a film at home instead of going to the cinema.

Tip 5
You don’t have to go out to enjoy yourself. There is nothing wrong in having a date at home. It will be cheaper, plus you will be in the comfort of your own home.

Tip 6
A date doesn’t have to involve food. Eating out can be costly. You can opt for a coffee date or just a quiet drink, which is a great cheaper alternative to dinner or lunch.

Tip 7
You can feed the ducks, fly a kite, star gaze, watch birds or play board games.

Tip 8
If you are aware that your date can’t afford the dates you go on, try to suggest a cheaper alternative without embarrassing them.

Tip 9
Always remember the hidden costs. Entrance tickets, food, drinks, travel, and souvenirs all cost and can really add up.

Tip 10
Planning is a must. If you are on a tight budget, planning will always help you out. For example, if you know you will need food out, why not prepare a picnic and take drinks with you, which is a cheaper alternative to buying lunch out.

Larry James is a professional speaker, author, relationship coach and an award winning nondenominational Wedding Officiant. He performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere. Something NEW about relationships is posted every 4th day on this Relationships BLOG.

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