What a fabulous and wonderful year 2012 was, and as 2013 gets off to a great start, we all reflect upon the past and look toward the new year with anticipation. Every year, we make resolutions: We tell ourselves that things are going to change. Maybe they do. Maybe they don’t. But this year, let’s not put our relationships on the back burner when it comes to sex and intimacy.
Studies show the most popular New Year’s goals are to lose weight, improve finances and reduce stress. However, when there is a brand new year ahead, we should recommit ourselves to have a better romantic connection with our partners. Here are five sexual New Year’s resolutions to consider for the year:
Spend more time loving yourself
Okay, maybe it is a bit redundant but it’s true: It’s hard to love someone else until you love yourself first. Maybe there are things you don’t like about yourself or would like to change, but your flaws are part of what makes you unique and wonderful. Embrace who you are and own it with certainty. After all, the most beautiful thing a person can wear is confidence and when you’re more assured, it will definitely make things hotter in the bedroom.
Communication is key
Communication is one of the biggest things we should all work on in our relationships. Not only will it improve our interaction with our partners but it can also initiate a conversation about sexual fantasies and desires. Have something you’ve always wanted to try? There’s no harm in bringing it up! Doing so will get you both talking…and experimenting.
Try something new
With how crazy and chaotic life tends to be, sometimes our exhaustion can leave us in a sexual rut. The best way to get out of one is to experience the thrill and rush of trying something new. Again, a little communication can go a long way and the anticipation and build up can lead to an explosive finish and memorable tryst!
Plan regular date nights
Date night is a night for you to dress to impress or just do something sweet with your significant other to try and recapture the excitement you had at the beginning of your relationship. Go out for a nice dinner and dress to the nines or make dinner together and eat by candlelight at home. Set aside a day every week when you and your partner devote this time to each other. It’s a proven fact: the more date nights you have, the more sex you will have. And the more sex you have, the stronger your relationship will be.
Add to your Passion Pantry
With all this discussion about communication, broadening your horizons, and trying something new, you might be looking to add a few things to your Passion Pantry to heat things up! Luckily, I have you covered. Passion Parties carries a wide variety of products, ranging from mild to wild, which encourage couples to explore the steamier side of their relationships with imagination and sensuality. Contact me with questions, for recommendations, or simply shop online at www.GrownUpSexEd.com.
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