When considering what examples of quality time there are, it is crucial to note that what might be thought of as QT by one person may not be by the next. The aforementioned 'date nights' are often cited by relationship counsellors as examples of QT couples who would like greater intimacy
should try. However, some people prefer family activities, such as hikes in the countryside or trips to the coast. Whether your QT consists of just two people or a wider group, the point is to do something everyone engages in equally and feels they have a stake in. Theatre trips, visiting cultural centres, such as museums, and attending sporting events together can all count as QT. There again, simply adjusting your work-life balance
, so you spend more time at home in each other's company also counts. If you feel stuck in a rut, then how about trying a new hobby, joining a group together or taking a class in something you are both novices in? Such a journey, set out on together, can be very rewarding.