New goals keep you focused on great things to come.
You look intently at the weight that is dropping each time you stand on the scale, at the alarm clock that will wake you up earlier to be in prayer, or at the attic that will get organized this time for sure.
Cleaning your house, dropping the extra weight, or changing a less than efficient behavior can take top billing on your list of things to change.
Like it or not, folks are obsessed with fitness. Whether it is the best foods to buy at the grocery store to burn fat and experience optimal health or the simplest yoga exercises for being fit.
You are looking to maximize your activities to get the best possible result for your body.
So then, it would seem like the next logical step would be to apply this mentality to sex. Though you may have never thought about it this way before, having sex is a great way to burn calories!
Your to-do list is a mile long as the holidays approach and the end of the year is right around the corner.
You have meetings, parties, shopping , last minute errands, end of the year projects, travel, kids out of school, and much more that needs to get done.
There is so much to do and as a result, your sexual intimacy gets pushed aside for this “season”.
When it comes to making love many of us would be overwhelmed with joy if the intercourse portion would last longer.
Many couples, us included, have experienced those times when foreplay is pleasurably drawn out and yet it’s to the closes point of ejaculation.
When this happens it’s a mad rush to penetration as there is only a few of seconds before ejaculation.
The Holiday season is upon us!
We in the ONE family are very aware of all the blessing that this brings.
Peace on Earth, Good will towards men! Nostalgic times with those near and dear to us and the opportunity to show those we love the most how much we love them.
“Revolutionizing your relationship BEGINS in the heart, and the battle is WON between the sheets.” —Rochelle Foxx
There are a lot of elements to an extraordinary marriage. But two elements are keystones… Emotional AND Physical Connection.
This is why we love the quote from Rochelle… she reminds us that one is not “more important” than the other. They support each other.