Spring Cleaning Your Sex/Love Life

Spring Clean Your Love Life

Spring has sprung! And, we don’t just mean in your house—we’re talking about your love life too. Just as cleaning out your closet, deep cleaning your bathroom and reorganizing can make you feel happier and more refreshed, the same can be enperienced in your sex life too. Spring is a great time to take the opportunity to look at what’s working for you, what isn’t, and how you can make it a whole lot better. From throwing out underwear gifted to you by an ex to mixing up your bedroom routine and adding in a toy or two to spice things up, it’s time to hit the refresh button. Whether you’re single, dating, or exploring a new love, here are some tips to give your sex and love life a thorough and effective Spring Cleaning.

Have Clear Intentions

Do you want to feel more connected to your partner both physically and emotionally?  If you are single, do you want to commit to finding the love of your life? Is there something that doesn’t feel right in your relationship, or are you feeling lonely more often than you’re comfortable with? Whatever comes to mind, write it down.

Organize & Refresh

Organize your undergarments and get rid of anything that doesn’t make you feel good or fit properly. If you have gifted underwear from an ex, throw it away.  Refresh your toybox. Give the toys you have a good clean (be sure to check your toys’ materials and use the right cleaning process!). Take inventory of what you have while you clean them and determine something new you could add or an upgrade you could make.  Tip: Make sure you stock up on SYLK so you don’t run out.

How Do You Look and Feel?

We have all been in quarantine and are doing our best to navigate through the personal challenges of this time.  Take some time to refresh yourself physically and mentally. Dust away any feelings of desperation, self-pity and/or loneliness. If you have fallen into the trap of unhealthy eating or too much couch time, refresh your goals and set new intentions for yourself.

Fantasize

Figuring out your fantasies and what turns you on takes time — and it changes over the years — so it’s important to check in with yourself every once in a while. Start by writing down what your sex life currently entails, then mark what you like and what you don’t, and make a new list of what you’d like to incorporate. And if your sex drive feels low, take a look at what turns you on and do more of it.

Communicate and Be Honest

If you are in a relationship, tell your partner exactly what you want and what turns you on and discuss what they want. You may be pleasantly surprised by what you learn about them too. Refocus your relationship intimacy goals with your partner and make some new ones.  Be honest with yourself about any changes you need to make within yourself to approach new ideas or a new relationship.

While you’re busy organizing your closet and sanitizing your kitchen this Spring, use just one, some, or all of our tips and give your sex/love life a well deserved deep clean, too.  

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