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June Date Ideas

Unique and Easy June Date Ideas

Being a mom of 3 littles, AND a wife, AND a full-time teacher makes my life pretty busy. For me, the first thing to fall by the wayside is quality time with my husband. When Friday rolls around, I have no energy to plan much of anything, let alone a date with my hubby. But planning is the KEY! Plan your June date ideas now, in May. Map out one or two (or three or four, if you’re lucky!) dates now so that you don’t have to worry about it later. June will be here before you know it!

June Date Ideas | Surprise that Special Someone with Unique and Fun Dates | Zen of Planning


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Paint and Pour is a fabulous way to create a work of art (or 2) for your home. If you don’t want to leave the house, check out this all-in-one painting kit. Drink a little wine, paint a little canvas… and even if your end result is not a masterpiece, you can always hang it up in the bathroom.

Check out your local home improvement store or botanical garden for gardening classes. You may be able to find a class for free. If you don’t want to venture out of your own backyard, pick up a Gardening Tool Set and get started this weekend.

A local Farmer’s Market is always fun. Try a new food and support your local farmers. Check out the National Farmers Market Directory to find a market near you. If you want to stay home, subscribe to Sun Basket for fresh, organic food to be delivered directly to you. Then, after the kids go to bed, make a delicious meal together. qaS

Stand Up Paddle Boarding is one of our favorite dates. If you haven’t tried it before, it’s really not that difficult. Once you get past the first 10 minutes of wobbling, you’ll be a pro. We live in Southern California, so our local harbor is our favorite spot. Many lakes and recreation areas now rent them, too. And if you really love it, invest in your own Stand Up Paddle Board.

A Beach Picnic, or any picnic for that matter is always a good idea. Pack some crackers, cheese and wine and voila! This picnic backpack is my favorite. It serves four people, so if it’s just you and your honey, take out the extra utensils and add more food!

Nothing gives us more pleasure than serving others. Habitat for Humanity helps those in need all over the country. Once on their website, click on Volunteer to find your local chapter.

Although June is all about Transitions and Growth, these dates are a great idea for any time of the year (weather permitting). Be sure to pin the infographic for future reference.

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Don’t let May slip away without first planning some June Date Ideas!

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