Dating other people in long distance relationship
Here are some ideas: It’s fun to plan the titles and create the letters.
It’s even more fun for your partner to actually open them! Pick a movie that you can each download, then tee up a movie date.
In fact, this may just turn into one of those anniversaries you are still reminiscing about years later: So if you’re far apart and stuck for ideas (or short on life-size cardboard cutouts) here are 9 other creative ways you could celebrate a long distance anniversary…
Gather some friends who can go out with you (because you might not want to do this one alone or you’ll just end up feeling miserable), and then do something as a group that you enjoy doing with your special someone when you’re together.
Even if one of you isn’t present during the evening (hello, different time zones) you can still make it date-like by including favorite foods, drinks, and flowers!
Then, once you’re set up, chat and eat/sip just as you would if you were out together.
They’re tiny little tags that let you stick video messages to, well, anything.
Your letters can be as simple as a love note or a few words of appreciation, or as detailed as a series of answers to questions about your wishes for your relationship, your dreams, and plans, your favorite memories of each other, etc.
After your partner downloads the tine app they can scan the sticker with smartphone.
Your video message will play on their phone (seeing your face will make their day! If you know ahead of time that you won’t be together on your anniversary, then you can plan ahead and send (or leave behind) a gift or box of letter that they are only allowed to open on the anniversary.
Organize friends to take them out to dinner at a favorite restaurant, or deliver flowers or another gift from you on the day.
If you’re stuck for gift ideas, check out this list of 70 awesome gifts for couples.