Reader Alana shared a terrific tip for keeping an at-home date night creative for less than five bucks:
Head over to the thrift store and buy a few new board games. Play with your partner after your baby goes to bed. Done and done.
Nala’s games were all half off at the thrift store
She added a favorite family recipe of Fettuccine Alfredo to the date. When I try this assignment over the weekend, I plan to add a fancy dessert (I would do anything for Whole Foods’ chocolate cream pie) turning the grand total of the date from about $5 into about $11.
Please share your fun at-home date night ideas with us in the comments!
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