You know how it's supposed to be a romantic thing to say something like "I don't care what we do or where we go, as long as I'm with you"?
If I was in a relationship with someone who said that, I'd break up with them.
I get that the intention behind it is sweet. That love comes first, and the rest is secondary. While I do believe love conquers all, the rest can be important too. I want someone who I can go on adventures with; if they don't care where they go as long as I'm there, then their heart isn't really into going anywhere. I want someone who's happy with who they are and doing what they love. If what they're doing doesn't matter as long as I'm there, then they're defining themselves by their relationship with someone else, and not really passionate about what they're doing.
People who say "I don't care what I'm doing as long as I'm with you," they're the same ones who end up doing nothing together. Working dead-end jobs, sitting on the couch every night eating chips until they're chubby and unhappy. Soon they're blaming each other for their life problems, and it becomes more like "I'd be doing such better stuff if I wasn't with you."
No thanks. I'd rather this: "I have so many places I want to go and things I want to do, but it would be so much better if I did it all with you."
See also: Couple married in zero gravity.