So, you have finally worn them out and they have climbed the wooden hill and hopefully gone to sleep. It is that time of the day when you can finally relax, tomorrow is another day. So how do you fill those precious hours when you have a little time to yourself? Avoiding the ennui inducing television is always a good idea, there are much better ways of spending your time. Here are the top three things you might do now that the kids have gone to bed.
As busy parents it is easy to forget how to be romantic. There are just too many things to do all the time. So why not take a little time out, put on some romantic music, light a few scented candles, open a bottle of wine, splash out on some special treat (perhaps a little caviar), and put on that special dress, you know the one. Just make sure that his football club is not being televised on Sky Sport before you do so.
An altogether different way to use those precious hours is to learn a foreign language. If your only experience of speaking a foreign language is from school and the phrase books that you take on holiday, then you will find that learning how too actually converse in a foreign language is an entirely different experience. Not only is it really useful, it is really fun, especially if the pair of you do it together. For instance you could have an hour or so every evening when you both speak only in the language that you are learning.
Our third suggestion might seem a little daring, but if you have never done so why don’t you have a go at an online casino? It is easy to find one and start playing, and it doesn’t mean spending much money either. There are plenty of games that you can play that won’t cost you very much at all. If you enjoy playing bingo, then at many casinos you can find games that are completely free to play though you can still win prizes. Play roulette from the comfort of your home at GamingClub.com/au/ and see if you can win some extra money to spoil your family with.
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