Making a great first impression is everything on the first few dates. And there’s no doubt that fun, creative and unique date ideas really help boost your points in the eyes of women. And if you’ve been together for years, dates help re-spark some life back into your relationship. But finding creative date ideas is the hard part!
So does Michael Webb’s 300 Creative Dates book deliver on its promise as having creative, unique and fun dates?
Yes and no. Let me explain.
While there are 300 ideas in this book, you probably already guessed that you might not like or want to use all 300 of them. While many of the ideas are very creative, others are only a good reminder of places that everyone knows about but they either forgot or never realized that they’re such ideal places for a date.
Thankfully the, “I would-have-NEVER-thought-of-that-in-a-million-years!” ideas DO outweigh the date idea refreshers.
This book will make you smile, laugh and inspire you to always find the adventure in whatever it is you’re doing.
It also has ‘dating coupons’ you can give to your partner to redeem at a later date. Three examples are: “Redeem this for a fruit-picking day at an orchard or berry patch, a one-hour bike ride or an evening at a nearby drive-in theatre.” Plus some you can use yourself.
Also, the book has a great section on dating disaster stories that will definitely show the guys what NEVER to do on dates.
So is the book perfect?
No. While there are 300 ideas, you really can’t read more than 50-60 in one sitting before it gets tedious, and some descriptions are a little lengthy. However, pages 93-94 do have a nice list of bullets with ‘quick and to the point’ date ideas ready. No elaboration. If you’re in the need of a date idea fast, then you’ll love these pages. All in all, this is still a fantastic book that everyone should read!
Whether you want to impress that special someone on a first date, surprise them for a special anniversary or occasion, or just want to breathe new life into your relationship because it’s getting a little on the bland side, then grab this book now.
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