Say you are someone who deeply cares about the environment but don’t want to give up your dating privileges in the process. What can you do in order to bring those two parts of your life together in a way where one doesn’t necessarily interfere with the other? The answer has to do with merging environmental activities with dating practices.
Now, it’s should be noted that most, if not all of these ideas are only going to work if your date doesn’t mind getting a little dirty or doing something new. With that said, let’s take a look at your options, shall we?
Tree planting can be an awesome dating option if you really want to help the environment while also having someone to share it with. It can be sweaty, dirty, and sometimes, messy work but it can also be incredibly fulfilling for both you and your date. Who knows, it might end up becoming that special thing that you both participate in all throughout your relationship. It might seem like a farfetched dream, but you never know until you try.
Something that is a lot less glamorous but just as helpful is to join an organized clean-up drive. This is basically where you join a group that is planning to spruce up their surroundings, be it the park, a lake, a beach, the neighborhood, or whatever else. It’s simple and doesn’t usually take more than a couple of hours, give or take.
A potentially lucrative option, you and your date could try doing a recycling drive where you find bottles and cans to recycle. Find as many as you can and you can exchange them for money from the manufacturers or the junk yard. Sure, it can be a bit off-putting if you think about it, but it can also be fun.
Speaking of fun and profit, you and your date could try doing a yard sale to get rid of stuff that you no longer need that others might. Not only does it help reduce your carbon footprint by essentially recycling stuff, it can also net you and your date a hefty amount of money.