The 300 Creative Dates ebook is just about for everyone who is in a relationship or wants to be in a relationship. If you want to impress someone on a first date, surprise your partner for a special occasion, or bring a new lease of life into a dying relationship, a book with a whole load of creative dates will prove very useful.
My plan here is to give you a brief overview of the 300 Creative Dates book written by acclaimed relationship guru Michael Webb, who also appeared on Oprah if that sort of thing impresses you.
What’s in 300 Creative Dates?
So, what’s in this book that makes it different? Well, it’s not just a list of 300 dating ideas! It does have a list of dates in there way back on pages 93-94 if you need some quick ideas or some general inspiration, but the first 90 pages contain detailed ideas for creative dates grouped into different themes.
For example, it has a section on TV or movie dates, and another group on dinner date ideas. But be warned: general ‘dinner and a movie’ dates are a no-no! There are also sections for picnic dates, game dates, craft dates, sports dates, and vacation dates, as well as other themes.
There’s a great variety of fun creative dates and Michael Webb introduces you to many of them through a short story about how the idea came about and what happened when they did it. To give you a taste of what sort of dates are in the book, here’s a hint at some creative dates that me and my partner tried and liked so much we regularly come back to them:
- For its intrigue and anticipation the ‘Pick a Date’ idea is great. It needs quite a bit of thought and preparation but gives your partner some very personal creative dates to pick ‘out of the hat’.
- For a highly innovative approach to planning creative dates, ‘Decision, Decision’ is a must, as it encourages a generally disinterested partner to make some effort.
- One of the very simple creative dates that had us laughing throughout the night was ‘Catching up on the News’ – enough said, for now, just give it a go.
- If you remember the old Karate Kid movies then you’ll recognize a spin on Mr. Miyagi’s training with ‘Wax On, Wax Off’, which is a fantastic fun date.
- I don’t know about you, but I love doing some of the things I did when I was a kid, like making snow angels, or rolling around in the leaves falling from trees, so if you like that too then ‘Childhood Delights’ will take you back to your childhood, and it’s also one of the quite romantic creative dates.
There are so many ideas packed into the 300 Creative Dates ebook that it just isn’t possible to tell you about all the things we have tried, but you can find some detailed creative dates elsewhere on this site, so take a look before you buy the book. (link to other page).
Will 300 Creative Dates help me?
Well if you’re a skeptic like me then you’ll probably want to know if Michael Webb’s 300 Creative Dates book really delivers on its promise, and skeptic or not, you’ll probably want to know if it really offers lots of unique and fun creative dates!
My answer to both questions would have to be yes and no, but before you think I’m indecisive let me explain…
It’s hard to imagine that with 300 creative dates in one book that all of them will be unique and different, and you’d be right to think that some of them you already know about and perhaps have done.
But even so, not everyone will have come across the same ideas so for them those ideas are new, and to the rest of us they are a good reminder of things some of us have forgotten about.
Also, some of them may well be ideas we’ve come across but hadn’t considered as a genuine choice for a date. One thing I can say though is that the really creative dates that were new to me thankfully outnumber the ones I knew already.