Last time we spoke about this subject, we talked about how to set up a date completely via app. And if studies are anything to go by, COVID has led to an increase in stable relationships. One key reason is that we’re less likely to meet new people, so we’re taking time to get to know fewer people better. Now that you’ve got something going on, how will apps help you keep the fire blazing?
Say it with words
Whether pre- or post-COVID, communication is always crucial. Don’t underestimate what a “good morning”, “how’s your day going?” or a “good night” message can do. Whether you’re doing it via WhatsApp, Messenger or video call, it’s entirely up to you. Just make sure you’re not taking anyone for granted…otherwise, you’re in trouble. And dinner’s probably on you.
Staying in? Good idea
It’s almost always a good time for a stay-at-home date. Grab a Bolt, Cool or eCab for a hassle-free ride, unless you’re already living together, in which case you can simply skip to the next bit.
You can either set the mood with a saucy Spotify playlist, shoot a couple of couple TikToks until your Bolt or Wolt food delivery arrives, or get your Netflix & Chill vibe going.
The latter is actually a pretty good point. Choose your movie before the food arrives; otherwise, you’re going to look something like this.
What do you make of our guide? Have we missed anything? Let us know in the comments!