Make Friends Feel Special
Many people spend their free time by going out to bars, clubs, or other social events. While this is a good way to meet new people and have fun with friends, it may not be the best way to spend your time. Spending high-quality time with friends can help you maintain friendships and even improve your health. In this article we will discuss how you can find quality time for your relationships! Charlie Eissa offers different ways of making activities better!
-Make plans with your friends in advance and stick to them. Don’t cancel at the last minute or miss important dates like birthdays, anniversaries, or any other event that is significant for one of you. If necessary, schedule a reminder on your phone (or messenger app) so they don’t slip through the cracks! Make time every week if possible for an activity together – making dinner together can be fun as well as relaxing since it’s more low pressure than going out somewhere.
Instead of spending money drinking alcohol with friends when you’re not feeling social enough, try doing something else that doesn’t cost anything instead. It will still feel nice to spend some quality time getting away from work and having relaxed conversations without distractions that you potentially have when going out.
If you can’t make time for an activity together, try to do something small that will help both of you feel closer. Send a video or photo in the middle of your day just letting each other know what’s been going on so far – it doesn’t have to be long! You’ll appreciate this gesture more than they would expect and find their kindness incredibly sweet as well.
It might seem like common sense, but remember: plan ahead if possible with any event coming up that either one is looking forward to (holidays are hard!). It helps avoid disappointment when somebody forgets about an occasion because there was no reminder set beforehand.