It's common that when a couple's relationship has passed the "honeymoon" phase, some start to drift apart. The jittery feeling of your heart beating rapidly at the sight of your love interest may seem like a distant memory. The cause could be over-familiarity, leading to a lack of excitement, and kind of just settling into a routine, that’s well, all too routine.
A nice change of pace is a couple learning something new – together – essentially tackling a new adventure head-on. Both people can feel more intrigued, and a sense of wonder can develop from a similar interest being shared. Bonding time can escalate as well. Springtime, and the sentiments that go along with it, offer the perfect opportunity to consider such an undertaking – a fun way to celebrate a lasting relationship and improve it further, alongside the onset of a new season. A couple partaking in a new activity can boost self-esteem, and create a sense of accomplishment and pride.
If you’re short on ideas for an easy way to start a new adventure together as a couple this spring, look no further. The following two apps, now available for Android* tablets powered by Intel® Atom™ Processors, provide a digital way to jointly take on something new, while having fun and actually improving the fundamentals of your relationship.
Whether it’s a friendly battle, classic gaming strategy, or a fast-paced adventure, these apps will surely set the pace for a positive spring ahead. So will the fact you are learning something new with your significant other, as you become more skilled in the specific realms these interactive games present to players. Thanks to the mobile convenience of Android* tablets powered by Intel® Atom™ Processors, they can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own living room, or wherever life may take you this season. Whatever the scenario, the engaging entertainment is the ideal way to make the most of couple efforts, and have a whole lot of fun along the way.
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