As much as couples need a little spontaneity every now and then, routines really do keep relationships "sane". This can also apply to the relationship with yourself!
Here are some things to take into consideration...
* Your Biorhythms (energy patterns) - Knowing you and your partner's high and low days can save you a lot of time on the "mood swings". You can check them HERE. I talked about more compatibility aspects HERE.
* Your PMS days - Men have these days too! This is a prime time for taking your partner out to eat, out to drink, and/or bringing it all in to them. You think most Mukbangs happen around this time? Try to keep the majority of the foods that you consume in the low sugar and low salt range IF you can. Otherwise you'll both have to deal with cramps and/or crampy moods later!
* Your Birthdays - This is just in case you forget. You may want to write down the age that you or your partner will be. I stopped doing the math and caring after age 35. You're as old as you look and feel in my opinion. You may want to include other special occasions if they are important to you.
* Spa Days - Self care days should always be marked down to remind yourself to Chillax.
Enjoy some time off to enjoy a little pampering.
* Date Nights - Date nights should be scheduled based on mutual moods and mutual interests.
It's good to plan atleast 3 to 6 days in advance to avoid "cancellation highs".
Fellow Millennials love cancelling plans that they never wanted to do in the first place.
You may want to plan further in advance for travel plans, concerts, etc though.
* Errand Days - These are great to mark for grocery deliveries, package deliveries, and/or errands that you actually run.
Frugal couples know when the best sale days are for just about everything.
Mid week errands are often low on the crowds. They can also be good travel and sightseeing days.
* Adulting Days - These are days to handle your foundations (health, career, finances, home, etc). Solid foundations = Solid relations.
* Pet Care - Animals need routines as well. Your fur babies will appreciate it.
Ex: My little hamster in spirit always knew when it was play time. He was taken out of his cage to run around in a supervised area at exactly 7 pm. Hamsters are active during the evening vs day. Make sure to learn about your pet's biological nature. This routine kept him from escaping his cage like Houdini. Even if the clock went 5 minutes past that time, he would look at me like "What's up Denise? Are we going to do this or what?" That's how his personality sounded in my head. lol
Some animals (Ex: dogs) like having a job to do as well. Give them a little backpack to carry with their own water, snacks, etc during walks. You can also take your cat(s) out on a leash. They actually do like the outdoors! Stray cats in Asia are chilling at the parks and seaside all of the time. :)
Sagittarius Rooster with Over 20 Years Expertise in Metaphysics.