Summer time is the perfect time to spice up your sex life with it’s warm evenings and longer days.

It’s a time to sit back and relax as you get outside and add some spice to your sexual intimacy.

If you are like us though you have kids running around the house, they’re up later because it is summer, and finding some time to yourselves is tough.

These are the days when adding some sizzle is what you need in your marriage to connect with your spouse. You need the “US” time that is out of balance with kids constantly interrupting your conversations.

Sit down today and schedule three days over the next three months that you and your spouse are going to add some spice to your marriage. Plan out your dates with your spouse using the product ideas below.

7 Sizzling Ways to Add Spice to Your Marriage

  1. Super Soft Plush Blanket
  2. Pop Up Outdoor Tent
  3. An Enchanting Evening
  4. Fake Bake Flawless
  5. Summer Shower
  6. Light Up The Night
  7. Play and Freeze Ice Cream Maker

Use these to bring the sizzle into your marriage. Experiment with different ways to use them as you have fun in the warmth that this time of year offers.

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