Monday, February 3, 2014

It's Close Enough To Valentines - Go Ahead And Make Love

February 14th is a day of romance, when love is in the air. We celebrate it with the exchange of candy, flowers, cards and gifts between lovers and friends. What better time for love making than this universal day of love?
It's the best kind of gift really, when you think about it. Most men would prefer it, and will never exchange it. You don't have to spend time shopping and you don't have to gift wrap it, except with some pretty panties, of course. With the money you save on his gift, you can get yourself something nice.
However, it's important to make your gift special for your true love. Get rid of all the distractions, maybe get a baby sitter, put the dogs out for a while, and toss the cat off the bed. Don't check your email and be sure to turn off your cell phones.
Put on some nice music and light some candles to create a little ambiance. Devote yourself totally to your mate and don't allow anything to come between the two of you. Live completely in the minute when it comes to love making. Try not to let your mind wander to day-to-day tasks or worries over finances or family.
Allow love to be the center of attention and watch how delighted your lover will be. Make this a Valentine's Day that he will remember for many years to come. It certainly won't be a gift that sits in the closet, never to be worn.
Although men typically have a stronger sex drive than women, lovemaking has many benefits for women too. In addition to burning about 70 calories per session, sex alleviates stress and promotes sleep.
Best of all, making love to your partner builds trust and a deeper understanding of each other, both of which are essential in a healthy relationship.
Karen Ficarelli is the founder and CEO of, a diet, exercise program and women's fitness blog, developed especially for women. A mother of three, Karen knows how hard it is to fit everything into a busy schedule. A fitness author, personal trainer, Pilate's instructor, sports nutritionist, fitness model, wife and mom, Karen is passionate about helping other women reach their fitness goals.

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