by Julie Robinson As he reaches over to shake my hand he oozes flirtatiousness: “Hi, my name is Wes.” I can tell that my date, Dan, isn’t really paying attention to our exchange so I say, “Yes. I know. We’ve met before—just not in person.” It’s a warm night in Cherry Creek, Colorado and our lively group of ten strangers is ready to head out on a pub crawl.
Who doesn't want to be a sex goddess in the bedroom? And, as they say: "Knowledge is Power!" Lucky Bloke is here to equip you with a handful of super sexy products made, specifically, to enhance his performance and pleasure. But, who are we kidding?! Introduce a few of these, in just the right way, and you will be the reigning heroine in the bedroom.
3. “It’s Just Luck” thinking – Most people think that soulmate couples are “just lucky”. What we have found in our research is that 8 out of 10 deeply connected soulmate relationships were intentionally created. 2.“Either-Or” thinking - Most people think that they can’t have it all in their relationship. That they can’t have both spiritually connected AND amazing sex in their partner. That they can’t have both deep love AND financial abundance.
Let's analyze your most recent first dates. Go ahead, take a plunge into your calendar these past twelve months and make a list, rating each on a 1-5 scale, with one being milquetoast and five being magical. We're doing some research here to determine the answer to the question: how good of a date are you?
Every once in a while, I meet a potential client whom I consider to be a dating snob. What is a dating snob? Someone who thinks they are too good for everyone out there and would rather sit home alone or hang out with their married friends than mingle among other singles and subject themselves to singles events.
by Julie Robinson Dare I say it? I’ve been having some trouble with the police recently. No, I’m not getting pulled over for public nudity / speeding while intoxicated / cooking meth in a two-liter jug in the backseat of my Nissan crossover. No. The cops I’m talking about are those fucking annoying Craigslist self-appointed cyber cops who willy-nilly delete the, albeit, quasi-legitimate advertisements I post on Craigslist a regular basis trying to promote my totally legit business. Whew!
If any of you saw "The Hunger Games" recently, you were in for a bloodbath — a very entertaining, very well-produced bloodbath. I'm a huge fan of Suzanne Collins, and the movie was one of the best I've seen in a long time. But while I cheered for Katniss, cursed the gamekeeper, and threw popcorn at President Snow, I couldn't help but notice that some of the lessons of "Hunger Games" could also be applied to relationships.
I don't want you to be a woman ensnared by a toxic man (or woman—this book is for anyone, people), just because you didn't realize he was toxic. Neither does Dr. Glass. That is why the world needs this tome, because these men are harder to identify than you'd think. If in doubt, here are seven signs you might be dealing a toxic man.
So, you’ve found yourself treading into that oh-so-vulnerable territory of becoming sexually active again after a bit of a dry spell. Perhaps you’re cautiously re-entering the dating scene after ending a long-term relationship. Or maybe you’re eager for things to get hot and heavy sex after being out of the swing of things for a bit. Stress. Kids. Work. Tension. We’ve all been there.
Whew. The Major League Baseball season is opening up today* and not a moment too soon, as the college basketball season came to a close a scant 36 hours ago and life would be awful if we just had the NBA and NHL to glance at over the rim of a pint glass.
by Julie Robinson He saw me before I saw him, so he may have even been watching me for a while sitting at the bar thinking about getting up the nerve to come over and talk to me. When he did make the call, got me to answer, and ambled on over, the first thing I noticed was the pancake make-up and blush. A split second after that I noted very bad, old hair plugs. On the other hand, it could have been a poorly constructed wig.
So you met this guy, right? And you went on a really awesome date. What better way to cap off a great night with a romp in the bedroom ... or not. Sometimes, having The Sex on the first date is just a bad idea.
by Julie Robinson I found myself naked and in bed with Andrew a mere four hours after meeting him. I joined him for lunch on a rooftop terrace six blocks from my house. The first thing I noticed was that I was about three inches taller than him in my super-cute high heels, but he was so handsome it didn’t matter in the slightest.
I shared with you the first 5 ways to slow down your path to love. I received so much amazing feedback and shares about your aha’s, so I’m super excited to share the last four “NOT-to-do’s”. 6. Leaky Energy (aka Friends With Benefits)