Dating for introverts can trigger anxiety in epic proportions. Keep in mind to consider the personality of your boyfriend when planning for date night to make sure that both of you will have a ball. If you are an extrovert, don't worry that you won't have a good time because we bet just seeing your guy open up in your one-on-one time will make you the happiest girl.
- Explore a museum for a day.
Remember when Mace and Anthony visited the BenCab Museum in That Thing Called Tadhana? And who could ever forget the romantic Guggenheim Museum scene in When in Rome? This date idea is considered a classic for a reason. It's even more perfect if your boyfriend is also into the arts so you'll have plenty to talk about. Tip: The Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo is within spitting distance of the city so be sure to put it in your itinerary.
- Build your dream fort.
We're guessing that this is every introvert's dream date because nothing beats staying in with boxes of pizza and loads of good movies to binge-watch. Fulfill a childhood dream by grabbing some blankets and building an impressive fort with just enough room for two. String some Christmas lights or light some candles to make the set-up even more Instagram-worthy. Here at the Candy HQ, we believe that sometimes the best dates are free, or at least cheap 'n' easy.
- Read to each other.
This is something that we don't see that often anymore but we should totally make this a thing again. Head on to the local park with your favorite book of all time and read your favorite lines to your guy. This is a perfect date idea for couples who love to read plus, there's something very intimate about sharing the lines that struck you the hardest with your favorite person.Make it even more special by writing letters and poetry for each other!
- Go stargazing.
We can't get over the stargazing scene in the finale of Descendants of the Sun and we know you're still hung up too. Stargazing is probably the most cliché of relationship goals but this date idea will always have a spot in our bucket lists. Take note that you wouldn't be able to pull this off in the city because of light pollution but we promise you, it is worth the drive. Make the most out of the quiet by engaging in meaningful conversations. Be on the lookout for shooting stars too and don't forget to make a wish!
An out of town trip may be hard to pull off because of school and ~*strict parents*~, but this date idea is the perfect way to get to know each other better. Imagine spending hours just talking in the car andsinging your favorite songs. There's something about the combination of being together and having miles of open road ahead that makes this date idea romantic.