My partner and I are using this #OilChange to help change the way you think about dates and spending time with your significant other. Here are our Top 10 Daytime Date Ideas:
1. Go for a walk outside (rain or shine)
2. Enjoy lunch in a restaurant (so much more quiet than at dinner-time)
3. Read to each other (outside or in a coffee shop)
4. Be playful (kick leaves, throw a ball or frisbee, have a snowball fight, or dance in the rain)
5. Get snacks together and have a picnic
6. Check out local public art
7. Colour in a colouring book (colour on the same sheet. This is a fun and relaxing activity)
8. Share favourite memories over coffee or tea
9. Make up a story (one starts and the other continues. Go back and forth)
10. Wander around a bookstore (I find this always brings up interesting talking points)
With so many great daytime date ideas, maybe you’ll actually look forward to your vehicle’s next #OilChange :)
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- Freelance Social Media ManagerSocial Media Manager/Trainer/Community Manager, 2013 - presentI work with clients to connect with their community through social media. I am a community manager for the At the Helm: Women in Biz conference.
- Being Tazim.com & LoveSnapMake.comEditor, Owner, 2010 - presentA lifestyle and DIY blog based in vancouver, Canada. Second blog, lovesnapmake.com is home décor and furniture DIY focused.
Hey everyone! I'm Tazim and I live in Vancouver, Canada. If someone asked me what I would do if I knew I wouldn't fail, I would say: sell everything I own, travel the world and visit friends and family around the world, and continue to create content/provide my current services. I would also host workshops in person wherever I am in the world.
I am a huge movie buff, and I spent so much of my youth tucked away in the basement watching movies over and over again.
As for what I "do" - I run a lifestyle blog www.beingtazim.com (Being Tazim ) which focuses on all kinds of adventures - food, travel, home. And also have a business where I help female entrepreneurs connect with their communities via blogging and social media. You can find that site here: www.whirligigsocial.com Whirligig Social with Tazim Damji
Whirligig Social - I coach female entrepreneurs who can’t figure out how to engage with their community online in way that will drive people to their website. I give them the tools to get more engagement on social media and their blogs, while making it feel like a cozy fireside conversation with their best friends.
- University of British ColumbiaArt History, 2011
- Bow Valley CollegeInterior Design, 2001