The best date you could plan…

So, I dated my husband for 4.5 years pre-marriage and have been dating him 1 year in marriage and after 5 years it’s safe to say I know what a good date is: 

Surprise day trips πŸ‘Œ

Hiking trails with picnics πŸ‘Œ

All you can eat sushi πŸ‘Œ

Volunteering together πŸ‘Œ

If you’re questioning the “all you can eat sushi” date, you’re not my type anyway. But on the real, there’s nothing that will make your ovaries and brovaries melt more than seeing someone genuinely care about other people. 

My husband decided he wanted to put a ring on it πŸ’ when we were teaching a children’s class together. And when we have gone to a soup kitchen together all I do is stare across the room at him… because there’s nothing hotter. 

So find something to do together with your community. (Hint… if you get on POINT app just tap something and go). Homeless shelters, park pickups, after school tutoring, spending time with residents in nursing homes… 

You’ll notice all of your partner’s strengths, their hearts and remember why you’re into them in the first place.

βžͺ Do yourself and your current/future certain someone a solid and sign up for POINT. It’s the social volunteerism and cause connection hub you didn’t know you needed, trust. 

βžͺ Thank us later. On Twitter. @pointapp

βžͺ We snap as consistently as we get a good night’s sleep, but you can find us there too. 

βžͺ And don’t forget that πŸ”₯IG #aesthetic.


Photo Madison Mikhail
Madison Mikhail
CEO & Founder at POINT

No guilt trips, no sad stories. Just a chance to do something good.