Friday, February 27, 2015

Dude That Is One Nice Beard


Okay guys beards are so amazing now and some men rock them in amazing ways.  However if you are going to have that fashion statement on your face you have to be responsible with it.  Making sure to take care of the beard that brings your face to life.  If you do this then yes your beard can be sexy!  A Sexy Beard Makes For A Happy Face.  

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Monday, February 23, 2015

Finishing The Race Isn't The Goal


Our love for each other doesn't have an end point.  There is no finish line to cross that would allow us to reach total bliss in our relationship.  This race continues forever.  We are constantly evolving in our relationship and those who don't evolve soon find their relationship in disarray.  So pace yourself and enjoy the love throughout your entire life.  You have plenty of love to give each other.  You just have to remember to share it each and every day of your wonderful relationship.  Continue to go on dates, be present with each other as much as you can, laugh, and most of all kiss.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Plan Out Your Intimacy


Spontaneous intimacy is amazing and it seems as though that it comes from the powers of the Universe. When sex is spontaneous, it flows like a stream down the side of a mountain. However, if you constantly wait for spontaneous sex, you might wait a long time. Life gets busy after all.

The Couples’ Sexual Planner gives you many ways to schedule your intimacy around your life style. The best part is that your lovemaking can end up just as passionate, if not more so, than when it is spontaneous. In fact, the frequency of your lovemaking will likely increase, and there is great potential for the pleasure to increase too.

Make sure to check out all the other wonderful Sexy Challenges.








Monday, February 16, 2015

F-Bombs You Won't Get Slapped For

When someone says the "f-word" you assume you know what they mean.  Right?  But, what if you don't?  Recently, I posed the question to fans and friends about what other f-words might be connected to relationships.  Here is a fun little list.  If you can come up with others, feel free to share them in the comments. 
  1. Forgive
  2. Frankly
  3. Funk
  4. Funky
  5. Frisky
  6. Female
  7. Feminine
  8. Fantastic
  9. French kiss
  10. Foreplay
  11. Facebook
  12. Fantasy
  13. Football
  14. Furry
  15. Footsie
  16. Fancy
  17. Feast
  18. Frantic
  19. Feeling
  20. Flick
  21. Frolic
  22. Flog
  23. Flip
  24. Forever
  25. Friend
  26. Fellatio
  27. Fabulous
  28. Fast food
  29. Food
  30. Folly
  31. Frivolous
  32. Fruit
  33. Fart
  34. Fudge
  35. Fuzzy
  36. Fat
  37. Fault
  38. Fish
  39. Fondle
  40. Fondu
  41. Frilly
  42. Fall
  43. Fairy (tale)
  44. Flicker
  45. Flame
  46. Flameless
  47. Flavorful
  48. Fuel
  49. Fool
  50. Fishnet
  51. Forbidden
  52. Freaky
  53. Faithful
  54. Freedom
  55. Family
  56. Fumble
  57. Father
  58. Feud
  59. Feisty
  60. Fun
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Friday, February 13, 2015

The Beauty of Listening



Listening is a fine art.  One that has been lost especially if you have been in a relationship for a long time.  Listen to this podcast and see how you can get your listening skills back.  It is easier than you might think.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The Colour of Grace - Can Love Conquer All?



Description of the story… The Colour of Grace.

What follows is written to be a love story. It is a work of fiction but I have tried to reflect as accurately as I can remember, the attitudes and opinions pervading at the time it is set, in the 1970s.

Immigration may be an issue for some people in the 21st century but in the 1970s (Please see Preface) the influx of people with a different skin colour set alarm bells ringing, especially in urban areas.  
Will they move in next door? 
And if so, will the value of my house go down? 
Will they be working side by side with me?
Grace Walker is a young, capable, and beautiful, black woman in a white dominated world, driven by her need to be accepted and to prove she is as good a teacher as anyone, black or white.
Others have different agendas so she finds herself, unwittingly and unwillingly, in a difficult situation, and there is only one man who can help her out of it, if she is not to suffer…
However, he has issues of his own to resolve and to question if he can trust in love again, so is he man enough for her?…

The chemistry of love transcends all and does not respect class, race or social boundaries, so how will the story end?

 Can love conquer all?

Prologue: The Colour of Grace


What follows is written to be a love story. It is a work of fiction but I have tried to reflect as accurately as I can remember the attitudes and opinions pervading at the time it is set, in the 1970s.
The 1970s were a time of social/political unrest in the UK, apart from the continuing difficulties in Northern Ireland; the three day week followed the first miners’ strike of 1972, and there was a lot of other industrial unrest which possibly paved the way for the Thatcherite Britain of the 1980s.  
In 1972 Idi Amin ordered the expulsion of all Asians from Uganda, many of whom came to Britain. This with the indigenous population of West Indians and Africans gave rise to some people’s concerns about the integration of non- whites into English society.
The ‘debate’ took the form of speeches by politicians such as Enoch Powell, but it was also reflected in such television programmes as Till Death Us Do Part and Love Thy Neighbour, both BBC sitcoms. These  followed on the heels of more ‘serious’ comedies such as Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner, which dealt with the very issue of inter-racial relationships and marriages. There was serious deprivation and prejudice in many black areas resulting in resentment that eventually surfaced in riots in Bristol in 1980, then in Brixton in 1981. 
I wish to stress that the negative and prejudicial comments made by certain characters in no way reflect my views on the matter; we are all God’s creation and my view is stated by Daniel when he laments to Grace, people should be not be judged by the colour of your skin but by the quality of your heart.’  The majority of them are conjecture- what might have been said in the context of the story, reflecting the views of people at that time. However the one comment that is true is the one made about the young black girl struggling with maths, as that was the comment made when as a young teacher I asked for guidance from a more experienced superior!   
The chemistry of love transcends and does not respect class, race or social boundaries, so I have not given the story an ending as such… I leave the reader to be optimistic about the characters’ future, as love can conquer all!

The story? Ah, yes, the story…

Grace Walker is a young, capable, and beautiful, black woman in a white dominated world, driven by her need to be accepted and to prove she is as good a teacher as anyone, black or white.
She finds herself, unwittingly and unwillingly, in a difficult situation, and there is only one man who can help her out of it if she is not to suffer…
However, he has issues of his own to resolve and to question if he can trust in love again, so is he man enough for her?…


The author.


A Review: 
I found this to be a light-hearted romance, highlighting the prides and prejudices of the whites AND the blacks (and even 'petulances' if that's even a word) during the 1970s. It's written in dialogue, which makes the reader feel they're a 'fly on the wall' - so it's quite immersive. I normally never read fiction, so this was a big change for me. A very pleasant, 'easy read'.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Fight Like A Couple


Next time your partner really ticks you off, react differently.  Instead of yelling at him/her or giving him/her the cold shoulder, pick up one of your softest pillows and start a pillow fight.  (*Please remember your own strength and don't injure your love.)  

If you do this with love behind it, you should both end up laughing and giggling instead of just being madder at one another.  It may not resolve the problem, but it can lighten the mood!

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Heart Shaped Box For Valentines


Here is the best gift you can give your partner this Valentines Day.  Heart Shaped Box is a great short ebook that will give you a wonderful way to communicate your desires to each other.  

Heart Shaped Box is available in the below formats just click your desired method. 



Tuesday, February 3, 2015

WTF... You Suck At Dating


99% of couples say that their date nights are boring!

So chances are your date nights are sucking big time.  That is why Mission Date Nights are here!!!

Get ready the launch of the first Mission Date Night Adventure is about to arrive.  

Now you can suck at something else...besides your date nights!