We turned to Kimberly Moffit, a Toronto-based couple therapist, for her advice on some of the best ways to spice up your summer and bring a little bit of the passion of the season right into your very own home.
1. Get organized
The first step to having a more romantic summer is to figure out when you're available to spend time together -- just the two of you.
"Take time at the beginning of the summer to fill in your weekends for the entire summer," advises Moffit. This simple task involves sitting down with your partner and a calendar and plotting out your schedule for the season.
2. Try something new
Don't get caught in a summer rut. Boost romance by getting a little adventurous. "The summer is a good opportunity to do fun new things with your partner," says Moffit. She suggests planning a camping trip -- either for just the two of you or for the whole family -- or going on a hiking excursion in your area.
If spending time in the great outdoors isn't for you, try exploring an area of your city you haven't ventured into before or simply find some new ways to enjoy the area you're currently living in. Head to the park for a post-dinner stroll, grab an iced latte at a nearby cafe or simply enjoy a glass of wine in the backyard together after work. It's always important to remember that when it comes to romance, it isn't what you do that counts but the fact you're doing it together.
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