Have you suddenly realized that the sexual energy between you and your partner have either slightly or significantly decreased? If that’s your case then you don’t need to worry about anything. I have the perfect solution for that!


Revive Your Inner Flirt

Once you’ve spent a lot of time with someone you stop doing certain things. One of the most common things people eventually stop doing in their relationship is flirting. Rekindling the moments where you would flirt are a perfect way to increase sexual energy. If you have no idea what to do first then I suggest trying something on that you know your significant other finds very attractive on you. Also, while you’re talking to your significant other you can try doing things like touching or caressing their skin etc.


Show A Little Skin

A little flash of skin when no one else is looking is fine, and definitely gives your sexual energy level a boost! You can also do this with photos, if you’re careful and discreet. And consider choosing outfits for dates with your significant other that are a bit sexier than your standard attire. For example, I have a couple of outfits I wouldn’t wear to work or church, but do wear when just the two of us go out.


Spend Some “Down Time” Together

It’s really hard to maintain high sexual energy if you’re both running from one activity to another all day, every day. And it’s doubly hard if you’re both connected to your phone, tablet or laptop most of the time. So figure out a way to spend some “down time” together, when you can unwind a bit and enjoy each other’s company. It doesn’t have to be an official date, it can be something as simple as watching a movie or having a glass of wine together. Or doing something a little bit adventurous together.


Engage In Public Displays Of Affection

It’s really okay for married couples to show a bit of sexual affection at home and in public. So give him a real kiss in the kitchen, sit on his lap once in a while, pat him on the butt, put your hand in the back pocket of his jeans. Your kids may moan and complain, but they really like knowing that their parents are still into each other.


Open Up Avenues Of Sexy Communication

Introduce some sexual innuendo into day-to-day communication with your husband. It can take the form of sexy texts or emails, a quick comment during a phone call, or a whispered reminder. I must be a slow learner because I didn’t realize until a couple of years ago that married couples can sext each other! But indeed they can! Use sexier words than you normally use, keeping it fun and flirty. If the idea makes you uncomfortable, start with something mild and work your way up to something steamier over time. (Source: calmhealthysexy.co).

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Travelling with a baby may seem like a challenge to a lot of people. But it doesn’t always have to be that way. Anyone who goes well prepared will enjoy the trip without worrying about their baby possibly annoying other people on the trip. I’ll give you some quick and practical tips on travelling with your baby!


Fly At The Right Time

By this I mean that it’s highly recommended to travel when you baby is sleepy. This way, your baby will be sleeping the entire trip and you’ll be able to relax with no problems!


Call The Airline

The airline will probably ask you to bring your baby’s documents such as a copy of his birth certificate or even a vaccine record. Just to be safe, always call in case you need something in order to travel with your baby.


Bring A Portable Changing Pad

If you don’t have one yet, I suggest buying one as soon as possible. You’ll be needing it for the trip for whenever the baby needs to be changed.


Bring One Diaper Per 2 Hours Of Travel Time

Being prepared is important during a trip. Bring as many diapers you think you’ll be needed but if you aren’t sure how many you should bring then I suggest 1 diaper per 2 hours of travel time.


Wear The Baby

I’ve done it both ways, and it was so much easier to wear the baby in the airport, especially if you are traveling alone. You don’t have to fold up anything or ask someone to hold baby at security. When wearing the baby back pack through security, they just test your hands for explosives. But, you do not have to take baby or backpack off. Going to the bathroom with a stroller alone is super tricky too. I use this baby backpack. Baby backpack allows you to have your hands free to hold your phone of coffee or whatever. (Source: creatingreallyawesomefreethings.com).

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Not many people realize how exciting and amazing a historical book can be. To me, this genre is the one that can make me feel as if I’m actually experiencing everything the characters are dealing with, whether it’s love, insanity, heartbreak, etc. It all feels almost too real and exciting.

Honestly, at first I didn’t like historical books. It was a few months ago that I started basically obsessing over it because I got my hands on really good books that I would like to share with all of you!


The Summer Before the War by Helen Simonson

No matter how small East Sussex may be, HUGE and scandalous stories unfold here. In this book you’ll experience the town coming to life, as well as their quirky inhabitants as they fall in love. However, they fall in love with the wrong people, gossip at garden parties starts happening a lot more regularly, and they also get too involved with each other’s personal lives. All of this occurs before the onset of World War I. This book is all about romance and how the outburst of the war can affect such a small community.


The Promise by Ann Weisgarber

This beautiful book was inspired by an interview the author conducted for a magazine in Galveston, as well as the decadence of an old house. Those two simple things were enough inspiration for Ann Weisgarber to create scandalous love affairs, broken promises, and a real-life natural disaster. The minute you read the first chapter you won’t be able to let go of the book!


China Dolls by Lisa See

This book revolves around San Francisco, just right before the outbreak of World War II. In this book you’ll see the lives of three young Asian women who were once just struggling to fulfill their dreams to become stars. However, now they are fighting to protect their lives all while juggling friendship, betrayal, and identity.


The Translation of Love by Lynne Kutsukake

In this novel you’ll see various stories of different characters. All of this unfolds during the post-World War II in Japan in which the country is still buried in the wreckage of violence and war. The Translation of Love tells an amazing story you simply can’t miss out on. I highly recommend this novel.


Away by Amy Bloom

Lillian Leyb has lost her loved ones thanks to the horrors of violence. Lillian Leyb is a young Russian Jewish girl who once she lost it all she fled her country for a brighter future in America. However, everything changes once she finds out that her own daughter might still be alive. Lilian immediately embarks on a journey to find her. This novel was recommended by my sister and I absolutely loved this book. I knew reading it one time wouldn’t be enough so I decided to read it twice to remember all the wonderful adventures Lillian Leyb experienced.

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