How to Find the Time for Romance
If You've Met Your Match
Plan ahead. Sit down with your partner and take out those day planners or handheld organizers and pick a time that works for both of you to schedule a date.
Too busy to block out a large chunk of time? Even a few minutes each day can make a difference. Meet in a quiet room -- no television -- to sit and share five things that happened to you that day, and ask your partner to share his or her five. Don't limit yourself to describing events; share an interesting revelation or an emotion you experienced.
Because you have so little time to spend exclusively with your mate, explore ways to add spice and romance to other aspects of your life. Shower together, commute together or do weekly chores at the same time. Even routine moments such as these can help strengthen your bond.
If You're Still Looking for Love
Consider an online personals service. Browse to see if someone interests you, or post your own profile so potentials can find you, too.
Not sure where to start? Check out The Do's and Don'ts of writing a personal ad. All communication is anonymous until you're ready to take it to the next step.