After more than a month of self-isolation, it’s easy to become restless, and it’s totally normal for a desire to do something – anything – different to start creeping in. If you feel like your days or weeks have started blending together, don’t worry, you’re certainly not alone. 

Maybe it’s time to spice things up a little. Change out of those three-day-old sweatpants (we’ve all been there) and throw on a fresh pair because you’ve got dinner plans! Use our easy-to-follow Meal Builder to create a beautiful, nutritionally balanced dinner to share with your special someone.

It’s no secret that quality one-on-one time with your partner is incredibly important and can be especially grounding during these uncertain times. Pick a date in advance so you have time to prepare. Plus, it’ll give you and your partner something to look forward to and will add to the excitement! 

Creating the optimal setting is key. Light candles, play your favorite music and be intentional about the energy you put into this date night experience. Your only limit is your imagination! Can’t be with your partner in person? Take advantage of today’s technology to share a digital dinner date. It might be dinner by cell phone light rather than candlelight, but it’s still just as meaningful and memorable.