If those wine and paint events always looked like fun to you and you want to do it with bae, get inventive!
Plus, you'll get a taste of their cooking skills from afar, which can either give you something to look forward to when you reunite or give you a safe way to come up with restaurant recommendations. Watch a TV show or movie together You both rush to the TV Sunday nights for This way, you experience the emotions of your favorite shows together, and you get to be reminded how cute your SO's laughing face is.
Stream your shows on TV while you Skype each other, or use this handy plug in to stream the show on both your screens at the exact same time. Play truth or dare Silly as it seems, if you want to make memories, this is a great way.
Ignore the weird looks—it'll be fun for you and that's what matters.
The next time he tells you he's getting some work done at the coffee shop, you'll be able to picture exactly where he is, which will make you feel like you're a part of his life even if he's far away. Plan a vacation (or even just a visit) together Even for the most solid of couples, long distance can be draining without a light at the end of the tunnel.
If for example she sees “Valentine’s Day” as a day of love and romance, then the best thing to do is to create something romantic for her.
Something that will make her feel loved and cared for, something that will make her hearth melt in love and affection.
The game can get as PG or risque as you want, so set your terms before the game begins. Have dinner together When my boyfriend and I celebrated our two-year anniversary from two different states, we Skyped and ate Chipotle burritos together to celebrate.
It seems silly, but it made us feel more connected than a phone call or simple conversation ever could have.
There's a quiz for that, and you can take it together or separately to find out how your answers line up *crosses fingers for Eric and Ariel*. Read together This could be as simple as reading aloud to one another (which is actually a lot of fun for book nerds, okay?