She’s an investor in real estate, tech sector and lifestyle brands.When she’s not writing or working, she's happily doting over her husband of twelve years, Keith (and sometimes manages to do all three simultaneously). But if you act from your heart and leave yourself open to adventure, a picnic with budget wine, crusty bread, and olives might enable you to make the kind of connection you simply can’t sitting in a fancy restaurant or a high-priced musical show. You might not be able to wine and dine the date of your dreams.So grab your hubby, put the kids down for the night, and get your date night on! JOIN THE 1,000,000 MEMBER CHALLENGE: If you haven’t already done it, what are you waiting for? It takes only a few seconds and, of course, is free.THE BOOK: Read the book that inspired the powerful TED talk and prompted author of “We’ve been counseling couples and writing marriage books for a long time, and we can say with absolute certainty, there has never been a book quite like The Argument-Free Marriage.Take a walk through each garden, which represent different nations of the world.750 East 88th St., 216-664-2512, facebook.com/Rockefeller Greenhouse 750 East 88th St., 440-446-1466, The bright, colorful Superelectric Pinball Parlor is at the heart of Gordon Square Arts District.
You’re interesting, they’re interesting — surely that’s not the best you can come up with! Visit an Art Museum If you’re into art, then you can save big if you buy a membership to your art museum. And approaching your first date with a desire to make a real connection with the other person is, I think, just as important as what you decide to do. If you need some creative and, most importantly, cheap ideas for your next first date, then hopefully you can find some inspiration in these ideas.1.When I think back to the first date I had with my husband, what surprises me is how ordinary it was. However, some version of that conversation has been going on for 13 years now, and that first date ended up leading to the rest of my life. For instance, we pay per year to be members of the Detroit Institute of Art.We simply met at his house, and talked from our hearts for an entire rainy afternoon. But we get in free, and get tickets to all the special events. Even if you don’t buy a membership, art museum entry fees are usually cheap anyway.2. If you have art supplies, why not hang out at your house or apartment and make some art together?If you think no such union exists, or if you’ve come to the conclusion that arguments are necessary in marriage, allow Fawn to challenge that notion and set you on a path to creating the greatest partnership in life: your marriage.”Fawn Weaver is the USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of Happy Wives Club: One Woman's Worldwide Search for the Secrets of a Great Marriage, adopting the same name as the Club she founded in 2010.