Date Night Movies that You'll Both Enjoy!

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I love movie night as much as the next person, especially for date night. Curling up on the couch together with your favorite take out, movie snacks and a good movie can be a relaxing date night! They always say that your first date should never be to a movie because it doesn't provide the best environment for getting to know each other. Because of the limited opportunity for deep connection, it makes sense to me to say that even after you're married, you should avoid making every date night a movie night. That being said, when you do choose to watch a movie together or pick that for your date night activity, I have a few ideas for how you can make those dates benefit your marriage relationship a little bit more.

Couple eating popcorn and watching a movie for date night

5 Tips to Make Movie Date Nights More Meaningful

Make a movie treat together

Whether you're watching a movie at home, going to the drive-in or sneaking your own snacks into the theater, making something together before the show can be a lot of fun! Maybe you have a favorite popcorn recipe (we love peanut butter popcorn with mini peanut butter cups added in) or maybe you prefer a sweet and salty snack mix, a frozen treat, nachos, etc. Don't just swing by the store and pick something up that's already made and conveniently packaged. Plan for extra time before you start your movie and put your snack together while you enjoy a little quality conversation and bonding time.

Create a change of scenery

If you always curl up in your bed together to watch Netflix, sit on the couch in another room to watch your movie instead. You may choose to watch your movie at a different theater than normal or try the drive-in. For some fun at home, bring your mattress out in front of the TV, enjoy your show together and then have a little sleepover in that same room. It could be fun to blow up an air mattress and take your laptop to the backyard to watch your show after it gets dark. You could also pile a bunch of pillow and blankets into the back of a truck and find a secluded place in the mountains or a nearby field to watch the movie!

Watch one of your favorites

This could mean watching a movie that you've both seen and know that you love but it could also mean watching each others' favorite movies. I had never seen Joe's favorite movie until a few years into our marriage and I still remember the night that we finally stopped saying, "We should watch it sometime" and actually pulled it out and watched it. He pointed out all of his favorite parts and loved being able to reference it in the future and have me know what he was talking about. We also have a couple of favorite shows that we watch together as a couple. We've seen them all at least twice and love pointing out things that we'd never noticed before or being able to talk about the movie without feeling like we're missing anything.

Couple eating popcorn and talking on couch

Watch the special features and deleted scenes

This idea came to me a couple of weeks ago when one of my Facebook memories was a video of my friends and I singing along to the karaoke videos that are part of the special features on The Wedding Singer. You obviously can't do this if you get your movie from Redbox or are in a theater, but there are plenty of other opportunities to pull out the special features. After you've finished the show, see what that extra disc has to offer. Some might have karaoke videos you can have fun with or games you can play. All movies will most likely have deleted scenes that you can watch and discuss whether or not you think they should have been included or if it was good that they were cut.

Go to dinner first or enjoy dessert afterward

Make your date night about more than the movie! Get take out and have a picnic at a local park, in your backyard or on the floor of your living room before you start the show. After the show is over, go out for ice cream or to your one of your favorite restaurants just to eat dessert. This will give you a chance to talk and connect in addition to enjoying the movie together.

Couple eating popcorn

The first couple years of our marriage, our obstacle was always what we should watch. I prefer romantic comedies and Joe prefers action or the type of comedy that you find in movies like Happy Gilmore. Now, rather than suffering through each other's movie choice, we've found movies that we both enjoy. If you're one of those couples who sometimes struggles to find something that you'll both have fun watching, I hope you'll find something on this list that you both like!

Selection of movies perfect for date night.

15+ Movies that You'll Enjoy Watching for Date Night

Red 1 & 2 - These two movies are probably our absolute favorites to watch. I don't remember how we discovered the first movie, but it was an instant hit with us! These movies don't get enough credit, and they are PERFECT for date night! Both of them have a good combination of comedy, action and romance. The second movie has all sorts of inside jokes that refer to the first movie and I honestly couldn't pick a favorite out of the two of them. We haven't watched them in a year so I think we'll be adding them to our date night agenda soon!

Marvel Comics - These movies are a bit more action than I know some people prefer, but I really love them. The Ironman trilogy is probably my favorite out of all of the movies. Charlene from Enduring All Things shared a fun date idea last year when she and her husband, Pearson, had a Marvel marathon in anticipation of the next movie release. There's a new Marvel movie coming out this spring and I'm thinking that a movie marathon (probably drawn out over a few weeks) might be perfect for relaxing together after I graduate.

The Princess Bride - You can't get anymore classic than this movie. Great lines to quote, humor, action, and romance. Perfect for date night!

Passengers - This movie is one of my favorites. It's a unique story and a good sci-fi movie with some romance.

Harry Potter Series - When Joe and I first started hanging out, he had never seen any of the Harry Potter movies. (He's also to this day only read a couple of the books, so we probably need to go on some long road trips and listen to the audio books.) In the first month of our relationship, we watched all of the Harry Potter movies. (Was the last one out in 2010, maybe we watched that in theaters later? I can't remember...) A couple of years later, I bought him the boxed set for Christmas. It is my goal to create a tradition surrounding the anniversary of when we started dating where we have a month long marathon and watch them all again. Each year I have the best intentions to start this tradition, maybe this year will be the year that it actually happens.

DVDs with popcorn

Hitch - This movie is a classic one! Is there anyone out there who hasn't referenced the 90/10 at some point in their life? When Joe kissed me for the first time, I kept thinking that he may be trying that trick, but he says that he was just teasing me. Favorite part of this movie? The inhaler throw down!

50 First Dates - Ok, so this one is more of a chick flick, but it has Adam Sandler and a lot of quirky humor so I feel like it's one that Joe and I both enjoy. We haven't watched it a lot, but it's a good one.

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days - This is a movie that Joe isn't necessarily a fan of, but I've had multiple guys tell me that it's one of the only chick flicks that they will watch. Maybe your husband will like it!

The Proposal - This movie hasn't been around long enough for me to maybe call it a classic, but I'm going to call it one anyway. It's another movie that Joe isn't a fan of but that multiple guys have told me they really enjoy. I personally think Joe predetermined that because it was a "chick flick", he wasn't going to like it. ;) It's next on my list to watch when I have some free time of my own!

Date Night - I'm sure this movie will be even more funny as our family grows and date night becomes a bigger deal to us each week when it gets harder to find alone time as a couple. Tina Fey and Steve Carell are hilarious as always and we laugh through the entire movie! I also like that the premise is based on a couple realizing that their marriage is stagnant so they decide to do something out of the ordinary to make it better.

Mr & Mrs. Smith - This movie would be fun accompanied by a romantic dinner and a nerf gun fight.

Movies and popcorn

Read: The Best Shows on Netflix to Binge Watch Together Right Now

What movies do you enjoy watching as a couple that aren't on this list? I'd love to hear your favorites, even if they're one of the types of movies that I said Joe and I can't watch together!

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Why I Quit My Job to Stay Home Full Time

If you haven't heard already, I put in my notice of resignation at work last month and have been home full-time for two weeks now. I've mentioned it on Instagram a few times and shared the news with my newsletter subscribers, but I've had a few people ask me to share more about my decision to quit and everything that went into it and that's something that I want to share, so I wrote this post for those of you who have asked (and those of you who haven't).

Quitting my job was not something that I was expecting to do heading into 2018. It was something that I wanted to do and that we had talked about doing, but there were no plans in the near future for making that talk a reality. My job provided a good income for our family, it played a key role in my being able to get my four year degree without taking out any student loans and was going to help us build our savings, pay off our house and take care of some house projects we were wanting to do. Not to mention, the benefit package at the company where I worked was really good. It was hard to justify leaving a company where I'd worked for eight years and felt like I had job security in a position that I'd worked hard for.

What it ultimately came down to was how working full time was affecting my mental health and how that in turn affected my family. The stress that I was experiencing at my job and the stress that I felt from trying to balance working full time, keeping our household running and spending quality time with my husband and kids was affecting me mentally and physically. In the first month of 2018, I ended up in tears every single Friday, for no reason other than I felt overwhelmed, exhausted and incapable of completing all of the things that needed to be done for each of the roles that I was playing in my life. It was impossible to put on a happy face all the time, so my kids felt that stress and were affected by it and my poor husband was the victim of a lot of the frustration that I felt due to my current situation. I was not in a good place and I knew that something had to change.

My overall goal and focus for 2018 is to create a better relationship with myself and to get back to a good place mentally and physically. My struggle with postpartum depression began when Emmy was about three months old and it has remained a struggle for me over the last year. I became a very negative person in that year and when I sat down at the end of 2017 and reflected on what I could be doing better, I realized that I didn't like who I was at all.

I didn't like who I saw in the mirror on the surface level. I was unhappy, overweight, and never cared about how I dressed or what I did with my hair and makeup anymore. I didn't like the woman who was below the surface either. I felt so tied to the routines I'd created in an attempt to keep all of my plates spinning that I had no time for fun outside of my scheduled "fun time". I found myself resenting anything that interrupted my carefully planned schedule because there literally was no room in my life for anything more. Extra activities, events and tasks only added to the stress and overwhelm I was feeling and put me further behind. Even the slightest spill by my kids required lots of deep breathing on my part. I didn't have the time buffer to have patience and deal with what is normal for parents of young kids because I had places to be and things to get done and every second of my time was precious.

Typing out that last paragraph makes me cringe and cry because I hated that version of myself, and I don't use the word hate lightly. That was not the me, the mom, the wife, the employee, the sister, the daughter, the friend, etc. that I wanted to be. I was not my best self and I was so far from it that the trip back to being someone I was proud of seemed daunting. Going into 2018, I vowed to make changes. I was determined to put myself first because I knew that by truly taking care of myself and my needs, I would be in a better place mentally, emotionally and physically and I would be able to be the version of myself that all of the people in my life needed me to be.


I started setting boundaries and rearranging my routine. I cut back at work and put a firm number to the hours that I was willing to work. I'd been working a lot more than I'd committed to work for about six months and I could tell that it was really wearing on me. My mornings home were set aside for the kids. We did fun things and I focused on making that time with my kids quality time, whether we were on some exciting outing or just at home reading stories and playing with their toys. When I was at work and during nap time, I buried myself in my job. I worked my hardest to complete my tasks, meet my deadlines and do everything to the best of my ability. Nights were chaotic but I tried to make them meaningful; from dinner as a family to bedtime routines to the hour that I set aside to clean up my house and the time that I set aside to spend with my husband. Everything was still very routine but I felt more in control and intentional than I had before.

February came and I was still overwhelmed and unhappy. My husband started to point out that I became a grumpy, crazy woman on Sunday nights, rushing to get things done and feeling frustrated that my house was such a mess after a fun weekend. I felt like we were heading into the new week already in a whirlwind and that stressed me out. Fridays would come and I would be exhausted and overwhelmed and I would cry and be sick to my stomach for no explainable reason other than that my body couldn't maintain the routine I had set for myself. My weekends were spent trying to finish the things that hadn't gotten done during the week, recharging my batteries and just being lazy, and then we'd start the week all over again.

No matter how organized I was or how well I stuck to my routine, I wasn't able to complete the the things that had to be done, let alone the things that I wanted to do. I decided that something had to go, so I mentally made a list of the different roles that I fill in my life starting with the ones that were the most important to me. When all was said and done, my job was at the bottom of the list. I shared on Instagram stories a couple of weeks ago, what that job had done for our family and how it had been exactly what we needed through so many stages of our lives. I realized that in our current stage and season of life, me working full time might not be the best thing for our family, my family needed me at home and my family needed me at my best.

As for everything that went into our decision in the end and how I decided when to quit... In January, when I was struggling, we sat down and decided that I would go part time in April to help with the transition of my position and then fully quit by June. We had some financial goals that we were working to meet and every extra dollar we could make would help us achieve those. Every single day after we made the official decision that I was going to quit this year, there were one or two things that would happen that made me wish we'd set our timeline for sooner. Within two weeks, I knew I couldn't work any longer so we sat down and made the quick decision for me to quit that week and the next day I put in my notice of resignation.

It was a little scary giving my notice so soon and what felt like on a whim because we'd planned financially for me to have another month or two of full time income and benefits. We took the leap of faith and never looked back and we haven't regretted it yet. Within a week of me giving my notice, we saw so many things happen in our lives that only confirmed that it was a good decision and that we were going to be ok.

The kids are working to adjust to our new schedule and routine and I am still figuring out how to best spend the 35+ more hours of time that I have each week. I really love being home with my family full time and feel like the time that we spend together is more enjoyable and quality than before. This week Bensen has started to ask me, "What are we doing today, mom?" when I go into get him each morning and for some reason that makes me happy. Now that I'm not going in a million directions, I am more focused and intentional with the things that I'm doing in my life.

I have felt more productive, present and happy in the past two weeks, although they haven't been without their struggles and frustrations. Currently I'm focusing on my family and creating new routines that work for us. I'm also focusing on putting together new content for this site and the local date night website that I started last year. Being home full time with two toddlers is exhausting and some days still end in tears, but I have yet to wish I was back at work and I'm truly glad that we were able to make this move for our family.

Date Night Idea - Music Library Exploration

For more date night ideas like this one, check out the Prioritizing Date Night Ebook. This book shares practical tips for making date night happen on a more regular basis, no matter your current stage or situation in life. It also includes over 200 unique date night ideas, just like this one, with all of the inspiration you need to make the date fit your situation in life.


Our first or second Christmas together, I got Joe an iPod. He'd never owned one before and wanted something he could use to listen to music and audio books while he was mowing lawns. After he'd put all of his music into iTunes and synced it to his iPod, I pulled out my iPod and we spent the evening browsing our music libraries. It was a lot of fun to listen to songs that I hadn't listened to in forever and share with Joe the moments that they brought me back to. I enjoyed hearing the songs that he really loved and discovering his secret knowledge of all things music. And then there were the surprising albums that we had in common.

I never knew how much Joe loved music when he was in junior high and high school until we sat down and went through our music libraries together. He owned so many CD's and knew everything there was to know about the history behind songs and bands and artists. Just recently Joe told me about how he used to change the format of his songs to mp3 and put them all on a blank CD. That format allowed him to fit up to 200 songs on one CD and listen to them all on his walkman or in his truck. He and his friend were proud of their discovery for carrying all of their music around on one handy little disc, long before iPods were even a thing.


If you're looking for a relaxing at home date that encourages connection, this is the date night activity for you! Grab your favorite takeout, and get cozy on the couch. You could also find a local scenic overlook and watch the sunset while you listen to songs in the back of your car. Make sure you have your phone or your iPod, two sets of headphones and a headphone splitter like this one (affiliate link), so you can both fully experience the great music that you listen to! You will be surprised by the things that you learn about your spouse and how much the music you listen to connects the two of you as a couple.

9 ways to make the most of your music library date

Listen to the first album you ever bought. The first CD that I ever bought was Britney Spears 'Baby One More Time' followed by N*Sync and Backstreet Boys. 

Listen to the songs that remind you how much you love each other. Do you ever listen to a song that makes you think about your spouse or your relationship and smile? Download those songs and listen to them together. You might even choose to dance to them.

Listen to a random album that the two of you have in common. When Joe and I went through our music libraries, we both had a couple of the same Billy Gillman CD's, I was obsessed with his music in junior high. And then we both had the Cascada CD, the soundtrack of my college days living away from home.

Listen to your wedding song. We didn't have a wedding song... well, we jokingly had one, but I don't remember if it was played at our wedding. However, I know that most people had a wedding song and first dance, so put it on and reminisce on your wedding day together.

Listen to each of your top three favorite songs. Picking a favorite song for me is hard, because it depends on my mood, the genre, and the time frame we're talking about. Do your best to narrow your favorites down to three, or you could pick your top five if that's too difficult.

Listen to the song that you listen to when you need a pick me up. When you're feeling down or have had a bad day, what song do you turn to? Share that with your spouse and tell them why it makes you feel better.

Listen to the song that inspires and motivates you to be better. I have an entire playlist filled with songs that make me want to be the best me that I can be. Those are usually the ones that I listen to when I'm running or having a 'blah' day. A person's motivational song choice can tell you a lot about the.

Listen to the songs that remind you of moments in your relationship. Was there a song that was playing during your first kiss? What about the first time you saw each other? What song was on in the car after you decided to marry each other? Music has a way of taking us back and reminding us of every detail of those moments that we spent together.

Listen to one of your libraries on shuffle for 15 minutes, then switch and listen to the other person's library on shuffle. We love doing this during a long car ride. I used to turn on a playlist and lay on my bed staring at the ceiling while I listen. I feel like everyone is so busy now and rarely takes time to just be. I love doing this and enjoying the lyrics and rhythm of the music.


This date night could also turn into a smaller, daily or weekly ritual to help you unwind together. It could take the place of one of your nights sitting on the couch to watch TV together. You'll love the simple variety that this activity adds to your routine!

I'd love to hear about your music date night after you've gone on it! Comment below and tell me which of the suggestions from above you tried and if you learned anything new about your spouse.

A fun idea for date night at home or out and about if you choose. Bring your music library along and share some favorites with each other.

The Best Shows on Netflix to Binge Watch Together Right Now

It is our goal to be intentional about making time to work on our marriage every single day. That being said, at the end of each day, you'll usually find us curled up together in bed, watching our current Netflix binge. After we've finished our work day, cleaned up the kitchen and the kids are in bed, we're usually both exhausted. Some nights, we love to sit back and relax and when we do, we love having a show to watch together.

Joe loves Netflix because you can watch entire seasons of shows on your own schedule rather than waiting a week or more for the next episode to come out. We've also really come to love Netflix originals. A lot of couples have their "show" that they watch together as a couple. We love being able to quote shows in our everyday life and love discussing and getting the next piece of the story line together.

Read: Date Night Movies You'll Both Enjoy!


I looked through everything that is currently available on Netflix and added shows that we truly loved to this list. As shows are added and removed in the future and as we find more shows that we found binge worthy, I will do my best to keep it up to date. There are a lot of shows that we've loved in the past but that are no longer available on Netflix and that's a bummer! Whether you're looking to just watch and episode or two or binge watch and entire season (or more), I'm certain you'll find something on this list that you haven't seen yet and will love!


The Good Place - If you haven't seen this show yet, you need to add it to you queue pronto! It showed up as a suggestion for me randomly one day and I finished the first season embarrassingly fast and quickly invited Joe to watch it with me. I'm eagerly awaiting the second season to hit Netflix! This is a quirky, light-hearted show that had me laughing until I cried. "What the fork?!"

iZombie - We started watching this one because it sounded a bit like one of our favorite movies, Warm Bodies. It's a fun little crime show with some quirky side story lines. If you like crime dramas, you'll like this comedic

The Office - If you haven't watched this series yet, you are missing out. Some of the characters will drive you bonkers and others will feel like your best friends. We can never watch this show too many times.

Parks & Rec - We resisted watching this show for a while and started it multiple times before finally skipping through the first season and loving the rest of the series. I think we've watched the series twice and a few episodes more than that. Joe quotes Ron Swanson often.

Jim Gaffigan - This is our favorite comedian and we laughing hysterically through every single one of his shows. He has a few different ones on Netflix right now; Cinco, Mr. Universe, King Baby (our current favorite), Obsessed, and Beyond the Pale. Watch them all!



Imposters - I discovered this one a few weeks ago and have already watched the entire first season twice through, once on my own and once with Joe. I suggested it to my siblings and they've all watched and loved it too! The story line of this show drew me in and kept me interested and surprised through the entire season!

Granite Flats - I'll be honest, I've never seen this one, but I saw it on Netflix when I was browsing and knew that I needed to add it. This is a show that my family used to watch (after I'd moved out) every Sunday and I know one that they really liked. Joe and I may be adding it to our list soon.

Madame Secretary - I like this one, but Joe is very particular about his politically based shows, so it isn't one that he has watched with me yet. If you like shows like House of Cards or West Wing, this might be one that you would like as well!

Once Upon a Time - I am SO behind on this show! I started watching this one on my own, pulled Joe into it after a few seasons were on Netflix (I would watch the current episodes and also watch the older stuff with him) but we stopped watching for some reason. I'm hoping to start up again soon and get caught up on what has been happening in Storybrook. I LOVE how they tie so many fairytales and stories into this show.

Parenthood - This is another show that if you haven't watched, you really need to. It's a relate-able show with a family that you will fall in love with. If you've been watching This is Us and liking it, I've heard the two compared to each other. It's one of those tear jerking, feel good shows that you can't get enough of and are sad about when it's over.

Longmire - Joe loves this Netflix original and was really bummed when they announced that they won't be making anymore seasons after this last one. A small town sheriff who solves crimes and seems to be always feuding with the local Indian reservation. I need to sit down and watch this one all the way through with Joe.

Hawaii Five-0 - I feel like this is similar to an NCIS or CSI type show, but it takes place in Hawaii and has a little more humor. It's been a while since we watched this show, I think we need to start the series over again.



Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - My friend Charlene recommended this to me and I'm excited to start watching it with Joe, I think it will be the next one that we start because I know he will love it!

Blacklist - We got so excited when the most recent season of this show hit Netflix. It's one of those crime and suspense shows and such a great one!

The Flash - Joe watches this one on his own, but I always sit down and join him when I walk in the room. If you like Marvel movies, you'll like this show!

A Series of Unfortunate Events - I read these books as a kid and have heard nothing but good about this show. Joe never read the books but I'm hoping that he'll like the shows. And no, we're behind so we haven't watched it yet.

The Walking Dead - When we first started watching this show, I told Joe "I can't watch anymore after this" in the middle of the first episode and then we got to the end of the episode and I couldn't not watch the next one. This show is fantastically done and the one that Joe watches every single week rather than waiting for the entire season to hit Netflix like he does with most shows.

Reality TV

The Great British Baking Show - I have a couple of friends who not only watch this show together, but they've done their own Great British Baking Show at home with their kids. They posted pictures on social media and it looked so fun! If you're fans, get a recipe online and bake something together after you finish watching it!

Zumbo's Just Desserts - I recently discovered this one and I am obsessed!! There are a lot of different cooking shows out there but this one is one of my favorites. It's unique and fun and I got fully invested in the bakers and totally knew which one was going to win the first season by the third or fourth week.

The World's Most Extraordinary Homes - This is one of Joe's new favorites, as of this past weekend. It's a really cool show that walks you through four amazing homes per season. This has given me lots of ideas and dreams for our current home and our future forever home as well.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee - This one has every comedian you can think of, driving in a cool car and getting coffee with Jerry Seinfeld. We picked and chose which episodes of this show based on which comedians were featured and really loved it. 


What are some of your favorite shows to watch together as a couple, whether they are on Netflix or not? Are there any must watch shows that you would add to my Netflix list?

The best shows to binge watch together on Netflix right now.

4 Ways to Incorporate a Puzzle on Your Next Date Night

For more date night ideas like this one, check out the Prioritizing Date Night Ebook. This book shares practical tips for making date night happen on a more regular basis, no matter your current stage or situation in life. It also includes over 200 unique date night ideas, just like this one, with all of the inspiration you need to make the date fit your situation in life.

If you're looking for a quiet night at home, or something that you can do together every night over the course of a week or two, building a puzzle might be fun for the two of you! To prepare for this date, head to the toy section of your favorite store or go to your local dollar store. Pick out a puzzle or two or three that you like and get to work. I have a few ideas to change up your puzzle date. You could pull out each of these ideas on different occasions and make four separate nights out of it.


Enjoy a quiet night at home together completing your favorite puzzle. Sit down with your favorite takeout or dessert, some music, and your puzzle. Putting the puzzle together.... together... gives you the opportunity to practice your teamwork as you work together toward an end goal.

Competitive Speed Race

Pick out two puzzles with the same number of pieces and with a picture that's similarly difficult, then race to see who can complete their puzzle first. Make sure you've determined your stakes ahead of time. Winner gets a foot massage, loser does the dishes, winner picks dinner on your next date night, etc.

Without the Picture Guide

Building your puzzle with the picture on the box as a guide is hard enough sometimes, what would happen if you removed the help? You could do this one of two ways; 1. Grab a random puzzle off the shelf and try to look at the picture as little as possible, dump the contents on the table then hid the puzzle box in the other room while you work to complete it. 2. Have someone else pick out a puzzle and purchase it for you (reimburse them of course) and dump all of the pieces into a zipped bag before giving it to you, then you'll have no clue what it's supposed to look like until you complete it. The puzzle may take you a few days or weeks to put together, but it will give you something fun to do every night before bed.

With a Group

Puzzles make a fun group date as well! Pick up a large, millions of pieces puzzle that you can work on all together. Or for a twist on the competitive speed race, pick up a bunch of puzzles that each couple can pick from and then put your puzzle together in a race against the other couples in the room.

For a keepsake from your date, purchase some puzzle glue and then frame the puzzle and put it in your room or use it to decorate another area of your home. As your puzzle skills grow, grab a puzzle with more pieces and work your way up to the biggest puzzle you can find. Who knows, maybe puzzles will become your new hobby!

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