1.Please send photos. Send a photo of yourself to your partner to make them drool. If you come across something amusing while strolling around, send it to your companion so they may laugh along with you. Sending photos may be a fun, simple, and quick way to stay in touch without putting in alot of effort.
2.Send SMS only when absolutely necessary. A few texts a day can be beneficial, but make sure you save some topics to discuss in person as well.
3.Make a date on the spur of the moment. If a date comes to mind while you're out and about, send a quick text to your partner to see if they're interested. This is normally reserved for dates with people with whom you've previously dated, not for first dates. It's a simple and quick method to get in touch and make plans.
4.Talk regularly .
Even if both of you are really busy with your individual schedules,you should make an effort to be communicating daily sonce communicationis a key aspect in a relationship.
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