It’s summertime and like a lot of things your sexual intimacy can take a back seat to vacations, family visitors and even the kids being home.

Make sure you have a plan for summertime sex this year and for years to come.

The areas that you need to be aware of when it comes to summertime sex are:

  • Setting expectations BEFORE you travel on vacation.
  • When family or friends are in town how do you make sure you’re being sexually intimate.
  • Kids are home for the summer and this can put a kink into your Intimacy Lifestyle.
  • There are different schedules, more time hanging out with folks, it gets darker later… so now is the time to get creative as you make use of the time that you have.

Whatever your plans are this summer be intentional about finding opportunities for when you’ll be sexually intimate.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about the importance of having a clear plan for summertime sex and what you need to do to make it happen.

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