- Condoms. Condoms. Condoms. Yes, I know, whe are responsible for 99 percent of the contraception methods on the planet. It is unfair for us to be responsible for the condoms too. But that’s life. If you bring your own, no man can play the "I don’t have any because I wasn’t expecting to have sex" card to try to entice you into having sex without one. Better to bring your own and be responsible for your own sexual health than do an entirely different type of walk to the clinic for antibiotics or a pregnancy test.
- A small hairbrush, travel size hairspray and rubber band. Bed head affects us whether we sleep alone or with someone. However, a night of wild sex can make us look like Medusa the next morning. Bring these items to you can throw your hair up in an easy pony tail.
- Flip flops. That is right, I said flip flops. You can get them at the Dollar Store. You may love to wear your sexy heals for your date, or to your event, but no one wants aching feet early in the morning. Flip flops go with everything today so use them in the morning as you make your graceful exit.
Remember that simple clothes can be sexy clothes. If you are meeting your date at his house or someplace private try a simple black dress that can be worn in the morning with the flip flops for a casual look. No one coming out of an elevator at 8:00 a.m. wearing an evening gown ever fooled anyone. Also keep in mind that whether you are traveling, meeting someone interesting, or are seeing someone steady at home, a real gentleman will not kick you out of bed in the middle of the night and tell you to hit the bricks. So, there is no reason why you can’t be prepared with your bag so you can make yourself look glamorous the next morning. You may not have time to take a shower at his place but you can certainly freshen up and look like a confident woman instead of trying to get out of the building without being seen. Add some game to your walk of shame and walk tall while looking your best!
- Sienna Sinclaire® - The Single Girl ®: Your Naughty Lifestyle Guide