Our Mini-Dreams

Our Mini-Dreams

Best Use

As a date night discussion guide


Nurtures a pattern of fun dates and creative times for couples to connect with each other throughout the year


  • Schedule a dinner or coffee date within the next few weeks
  • Each spouse check at least 3 items found on the reverse side he or she would like to do together

During The Date

  1. Each spouse takes turns sharing their top 3 choices
  2. Spend some time dreaming up other things to do together
  3. Plan and schedule two additional dates – taking turns selecting from this list to start mini-living your mini-dreams

Mini-Dreams Activities

Check all that you would enjoy doing with your spouse.

  • Go bowling
  • Go to a museum
  • Find new games to play
  • Take a cooking class
  • Go dancing/dance lessons
  • Camp out-in the house or yard
  • Movie marathon
  • Go to the zoo
  • Find a new hobby together
  • Go to a concert
  • Have a progressive dinner date night
  • Put a puzzle together
  • Find a drive-in movie or have your own in the backyard
  • Find a way to serve together
  • Go on walks
  • Play on a playground
  • Work in the yard/garden
  • Go through old pictures, share wonderful memories
  • Put together your family tree
  • Go on a road trip
  • Try a new restaurant
  • Meet a new neighbor; bring them goodies you baked
  • Go roller-skating
  • Play putt-putt golf
  • Go horseback riding
  • People watch at the mall
  • Eat on your good china
  • Plant a tree together
  • Pick blueberries/peaches to make something with the fruit
  • Make activity coupon books for each other
  • Go to a musical
  • Have a massive food fight or water fight
  • Go on a scavenger hunt; make scavenger hunts for each other
  • Spend preset amount of money on each other window shop with “pretend” money
  • Go to an IMAX film
  • Take a photography class
  • Go fishing
  • Build a fire to make smores
  • Rent a favorite movie the other has not seen
  • Star gaze/to the Aquarium
  • Fly a kite together
  • Ride go-carts
  • Build something together
  • Go to a sporting event
  • Run through the sprinkler
  • Do day trips to small towns
  • Ride bikes or trail hike
  • Go bird watching
  • Start collecting something
  • Make a list of compliments to share with each other
  • Find a new recipe, grocery stop and cook it together
  • Pray aloud for each other
  • Go to the Arboretum/park for a picnic and pictures

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