It’s safe to say that everyone’s favorite fall activity is looking at nature’s canvas and shifting the palette of fall colors.
Similarly, you can make a point to head outdoors because the outdoors are extra beautiful in the fall. A trip up to your nearest mountain range for a weekend of camping,
Staycations are seriously underrated, especially when it comes to romance. There are two ways to do it: check into a hotel in your hometown or hole up at home.
On the opposite end of the spectrum from a staycation is a cruise. Cruise vacations typically require more than a weekend – or even a few days.
The city that never sleeps is particularly charming in fall. Gone are the soaring, stifling temperatures of summer; plus, an autumnal trip will likely help you avoid the cold, snowy winter weather, too.
Summer is a popular time to hit the beach, so fall is the perfect time to head off on a romantic coastal getaway.
Cracking open a bottle of wine and sharing it with your significant other is romantic all on its own.
One problem is some will try too hard to be mindful of the moment with someone by asking questions but fail to realize active listening is a skill that needs practice also.