Couple goals: 8 activities happy partners get up to over the weekend

First Published 16, Sep 2020, 2:41 PM

Weekends is the time people generally look forward to in relaxation after early weekday wake-ups and the hustle and bustle of the week. Couples are the most excited in planning weekends because it gives them an opportunity in engaging with each other. Happy couples are not those without relationship issues, but they are the ones who constantly try to meet each other’s needs and look out for the well-being of one another.
So, what do happy couples do on weekends?

<p><strong>1.  Tune out the World</strong><br />
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After a long and tiring week, couples take the weekend to turn down the volume on external activities and focus on each other. They tell their mate that they are a priority by turning down the knob on other activities. They unplug their computers, put their phones on silent. They take advantage of this time to focus more on their relationship and make up for the lost time during the week.</p>

1.  Tune out the World
 
After a long and tiring week, couples take the weekend to turn down the volume on external activities and focus on each other. They tell their mate that they are a priority by turning down the knob on other activities. They unplug their computers, put their phones on silent. They take advantage of this time to focus more on their relationship and make up for the lost time during the week.

<p><strong>2.  Intimate Time Together</strong><br />
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Sex between couples is mostly rushed or avoided during the week due to tiredness among them. However, the weekends are put into perfect use as they share intimate time which helps them to save their love for each other. Intimate moments are not just about a meeting of the bodies but a meeting of the minds too.</p>

2.  Intimate Time Together
 
Sex between couples is mostly rushed or avoided during the week due to tiredness among them. However, the weekends are put into perfect use as they share intimate time which helps them to save their love for each other. Intimate moments are not just about a meeting of the bodies but a meeting of the minds too.

<p><strong>3.  Play Together</strong><br />
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As it is popularly said, “couples that play together, stay together.” Happy couples play games on the weekend too, which helps them cherish great moments and bring them closer to each other.</p>

3.  Play Together
 
As it is popularly said, “couples that play together, stay together.” Happy couples play games on the weekend too, which helps them cherish great moments and bring them closer to each other.

<p><strong>4.  Watch Movies Together</strong><br />
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Few happy couples watch movies together on the weekend. It can be indoors or at the cinema. While watching movies, it gives you an idea of the kind of movie your partner loves and helps you to master role play in your relationship, which means you could get an idea of one or two things to try out with your partner. It also gives you some intimate time together as you could snuggle and cuddle your partner in a cold and cosy environment.</p>

4.  Watch Movies Together
 
Few happy couples watch movies together on the weekend. It can be indoors or at the cinema. While watching movies, it gives you an idea of the kind of movie your partner loves and helps you to master role play in your relationship, which means you could get an idea of one or two things to try out with your partner. It also gives you some intimate time together as you could snuggle and cuddle your partner in a cold and cosy environment.

<p><strong>5.  Shower Togethe</strong>r<br />
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If you both are into it, showering together can make for some incredible bonding time as well with a hint of extra intimacy. Bathroom activities can be very intimate, and by their nature can make couples feel much more connected.</p>

5.  Shower Together
 
If you both are into it, showering together can make for some incredible bonding time as well with a hint of extra intimacy. Bathroom activities can be very intimate, and by their nature can make couples feel much more connected.

<p><strong>6.  Go Out Together</strong><br />
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Another thing happy couples do is leisure driving or going on long road trips. Going on rides with your partner can always be fun as there will be something to talk about. Outdoor time can also be spent shopping together. It’s also a way of creating memories.</p>

6.  Go Out Together
 
Another thing happy couples do is leisure driving or going on long road trips. Going on rides with your partner can always be fun as there will be something to talk about. Outdoor time can also be spent shopping together. It’s also a way of creating memories.

<p><strong>7.  Work Out Together</strong><br />
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Work out time is a great bonding tool as you sweat and laugh together. It can also boost the quality of your romantic relationship. Sharing a common goal also builds strength within the relationship that may not have formed in another way.</p>

7.  Work Out Together
 
Work out time is a great bonding tool as you sweat and laugh together. It can also boost the quality of your romantic relationship. Sharing a common goal also builds strength within the relationship that may not have formed in another way.

<p><strong>8.  Support Each Other</strong><br />
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The happiest couples always look for ways to meet each other’s needs and look out for their wellbeing. They help each other with the workloads; it could be from lacing a partner’s shoes to assisting in the kitchen.</p>

8.  Support Each Other
 
The happiest couples always look for ways to meet each other’s needs and look out for their wellbeing. They help each other with the workloads; it could be from lacing a partner’s shoes to assisting in the kitchen.

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