Are you one of the many people who are dating?
If so, what do you consider a good date? Depending on who you ask the answer will vary when it comes to what people consider to be a good date.
When it comes to planning a date there are several was to go about it. There is the wrong way and there is the grown up way.
The wrong way is when an individual asks someone out on a date and makes no preparation prior to the meeting. They don't ask questions, they go with the line, "We can do whatever you want to do."
This is pretty lame and very boring. If you go through the effort to ask someone out at least put some effort in the planning.
The grown up way to go about it is to have a clue about what the individual you have asked out likes and go from there. ASK QUESTIONS! Make suggestions to see what sounds good. Once you have an idea make a plan. Let the person know you have put some thought and effort into spending time with them. Your efforts will definitely not go unnoticed.
When it comes to dating it's important to remember, it's not only about you. This is a time for two people to come together and enjoy each others company.
Whether it's dinner and dancing, a movie, going to a museum, walking in the park, a concert or cooking dinner together remember, a grown up date should not be about how much money you spend. It should be about great conversation and great company as well. You want to leave an impression that will not soon be forgotten.
Are you planning a date? Which approach are you going to take?
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