Keeping Things Spicy
Hey there lovebirds!
There's so many fun things you can do with your spice jar dates. Below are ideas, game prompts or suggestions that may enhance your dates. *Links are fun, options we've curated from free online resources but are simply suggestions to check out (and are not endorsed or sponsored).
Card Game Date:
How to play War
How to play GOLF
How to play SPIT
Word Game Date: Guess in 6 - Directions and printable game boards (Like "Worldle")
This or That Date: This or That questions and printable score sheet
Quiz Channel's Guess the Song Trivia by Decade
Spin the Bottle Date: Printable Dares
Easy post it origami message hearts - now you can leave each other post it love notes whenever you want!
Origami book mark hearts - write your message on the outside & keep the bookmarks from each other in your bible or a book you're reading!
Photobooth poses to try: “Silly face/tongues out, prom pose, cross eyed, surprised face, totally crushing, tired parents, what's that smell, back to back, secret spies"
Paint Date Video Lessons:
Remember this is a fun, impromptu date, use whatever supplies you have on hand and see how you do, it's about the experience not the finished product!
Want to get real adventurous? Follow a Bob Ross video - up the anti and keep up without pausing the video, no matter how fast he seems to go! Have a good laugh as you follow along. Remember, with Bob there's only "happy accidents" so whatever you make is great.
Mixology Trivia Date: Youtube Quiz Channel's Food & Drink Logo Trivia Game
Foot Soak Date: Easy Sugar scrub recipe
Story Date: Listen to an old mystery - search on Spotify for "CBS Radio Mystery Theater"
Or if you like spooky, try an old-time radio show online (Theartofmanliness.com has a lot!)
Hand Massage Date: Learn to give a hand massage
Scripture Meditation Date: Relaxing Guided Scripture Meditation on Anxiety (Phil 4:6-7)
Foreign Phrases Date: Ideas of phrases to learn in another language:
I love you / You are sexy / Can I kiss you? / You are my favorite! / Let's snuggle / What should we eat? / Time for bed / You have beautiful eyes!
Salty Date: First, read together about the Biblical references to salt - we enjoyed reading this article as well as this one about salt covenants. Next, search YouTube for a video on how Salt it Made, or try this one. Then, ramble off all the reasons to use salt aside from food - then read a list of surprising uses for salt (like this one) and see how many you already knew, and how many new uses you learned about. Bonus points if you go try one out!
Around the World Food & Prayer Date: Learn about faith statistics in other countries with the Joshua Project website
Virtual Museum Date:
Museum Tour Questionnaire: Printable His & Hers Question Page