Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Don’t Make These Lingerie Mistakes

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Finding lingerie that not only fits your figure great, but your personality as well, is tricky enough as it is.

Throw in the fact that you have absolutely no clue how to rock it and shopping for a matching bra and panty set can turn into a total disaster. Fortunately, you don’t have to look like a model to wow him in next to nothing. Check out these 10 dos and don’ts for donning lingerie, and get ready to strut your stuff sexy ladies!

1. DO Be True To Your Style

Stick to what you know and love. Don’t try to buy lingerie that is so far off from who you are that you’re no longer comfortable in it The goal is to feel confident! Confidence = sexiness, and your lingerie should be an enhancement of who you are. YOU wear the lingerie, so don’t let it wear you!

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Friday, November 6, 2009

Dating Rules

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The do’s and dont’s of the world of relationships and dating.

No one ever said dating was easy. First dates are awkward, second dates are expectant and the dates that follow that -- during which two people really start getting down to the business of getting to know each other -- present hundreds, if not thousands, of opportunities for missteps, faux pas, blunders and mistakes. That is to say nothing of the myriad chances for problems to which you could fall prey while arranging, planning and preparing for dates.

We call too often or not enough, we're too
available or never around, we wear sandals to fancy restaurants, laugh hysterically at bad jokes, show up with blue carnations, gab on our cell phones during dinner and commit countless other dating crimes, mostly without realizing we’re doing it. No doubt about it -- bad dating behavior is a rampant affliction, and it's time to cure it with some common sense advice.

If dating is a game, then just like any other game, there are rules you need to study, learn and follow. After all, you wouldn't take the field without knowing where the base lines are, would you? (For those of you who are immune to ball field metaphors, the answer is "no.") While none of these do's and don'ts are set in stone -- and, as your mother told you, there are obviously exceptions to every rule -- here we attempt to equip you with an idiot-proof playbook for the fast-paced, intense, exciting, full-contact sport of searching for someone with whom to fall in love.......Top Do's and Don'ts -->.....

Dating Rules -- Do's

1. Do try to always look your best and be punctual. Showing up late or looking messy gives the impression that you don't care -- and, if that's the case, why go out with this person in the first place?

2. Do try to enjoy yourself on dates. Yes, finding your soul mate is serious business, and it can sometimes even be a scary endeavor, but keep in mind that this is supposed to be fun.

3. Do compliment your date on how he or she looks. Men and women tend to put a lot of effort into getting ready for a date, and it's nice (and flattering) to hear that all that energy paid off.

4. Do be interested and interesting. Ask questions, share insights and pay attention when your date is telling you what they like to do, read, watch, listen to, etc.

5. Do tell someone directly if you're not interested in seeing them again. Lying and stringing people along simply because you're too scared to tell them the truth is selfish and hurtful. If you don't want to go on another date with someone, let them down as gently -- but firmly -- as possible.

6. Do date only people you're attracted to, no matter what your friends say. Approval by your peers doesn't prove a thing.

7. Do stay positive, even when dates don't end well. It is most certainly true that you will date a few frogs before you find a prince. Along the way, you will probably meet some pretty nice people.

8. Do plan ahead. Dating is a creative diversion that requires concentration and energy, so make arrangements ahead of time and let your date know you put some thought into the evening.

9. Do be proactive about finding people to date. The man or woman you've been searching for your whole life is probably not going to come ring your doorbell and beg you to go to dinner anytime soon. Dating requires action, so get out there and meet as many people as you can.

10. Do surround yourself with positive, like-minded people who are dating, too. Part of the fun of dating is celebrating, comparing notes and commiserating with your friends. Surround yourself with positive people who are rooting for you to succeed at love and will be there for you if/when you need emotional support.

Dating Rules -- Don'ts

1. Don't call, text message or email someone you've just started seeing more than once a day unless they reply (or in the event of an emergency). Desperation and instability are major turnoffs.

2. Don't date the kind of people who've hurt you in the past. Many of us are attracted to people who are bad for us, but it's important to break these patterns and seek out healthy relationships with matches who won't demean you or make you feel bad about yourself in any way.

3. Don't be late for a date. It's just rude. If you have to change your plans, give the other person as much notice and consideration as possible. And always apologize.

4. Don't lie to your date or about any aspect of your life, even if the truth isn't as sexy or you're worried they won't like it. It would be awful to ruin a potentially life-changing relationship with your perfect match because of some silly lie you told early on to impress him or her.

5. Don't be too available. We don't mean you should play games, but if you're free every night, you're probably not taking care of yourself, pursuing your own interests and spending time with your friends -- which means you're probably not very interesting to talk to. People with full, exciting lives make the best dates.

6. Don't give away too much about yourself at the beginning. Revealing your innermost secrets on the second date can lead to rejection. Don't be scared to open up, but remember that getting to know someone takes time, and you should let your relationship evolve.

7. Don't check out other people when you're on a date. Ever. This is just tacky. You may think you are subtle, but while you're scoping the cutie in the corner, your date will be heading for the door. Extend your partner the courtesy of concentrating solely on them while you're with them.

8. Don't be rude or get drunk on a date. Courtesy and manners will get you everywhere.

9. Don't ignore your personal safety. Carry your cell phone and keep it charged -- and make sure to tell your friends where you're going and when you'll be back. First dates should take place in well-lit public places. Don't ever let yourself be coerced into going anywhere or doing anything that makes you uncomfortable.

10. Don't give out personal information like your home phone number or address on the first date. Keep these details to yourself until you trust the person you're dating.

11. Don't have sex on a first date. If you like someone and are interested in getting to know them better (and possibly having a relationship), sex on a first date will likely ruin everything. It's much too soon, it's not romantic and it communicates to the other person that you're more interested in their physical characteristics than in finding out who they are.

12. Never date a married person. Statistically, it is very unlikely that they will ever leave their husband or wife for you. Dating someone who's married is the best way to serve yourself a heaping helping of misery, lies, deceit, sadness and heartache. If you are married, separate before dating. If you're single, don't be a shoulder to cry on -- you deserve better. Go out and find someone who's emotionally (and legally) available to you!

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Monday, October 26, 2009

52 Reasons Why it's Great to Be Single

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Forget the home-alone image of sad singleton women curled up on the sofa longing for a hug. Independent women everywhere know that being single is something to celebrate. Here's why?

  1. We don't have to fight for remote control ownership.
  2. We don't have to wash their smelly socks and skiddy underwear.
  3. There are no pairs of shoes left in the middle of the floor to trip over at six in the morning.
  4. We can lie in the bath for as long as we want.
  5. We don't put a wash on and then find ten articles of clothing belonging to him lying in heap in the corner of the bedroom.
  6. We don't have to fake an orgasm.
  7. We don't have to shave and can turn into yetis if we want.
  8. We don't have to buy and write our own Valentines/birthday/Mother's day cards.
  9. We don't have anyone saying 'you're not going to wear that, are you?'
  10. We don't have to suffer their cooked meals and then spend an hour trying to get the burnt, congealed mess of the bottom of our saucepans.
  11. I love not being accountable to anyone - if I want to do something, I just do it!
  12. I control my finances and if I screw up, it's my fault, not because my man has spent money we need down the pub, bookies, etc.
  13. I enjoy sleeping in my double bed and having it all to myself.
  14. I can be moody without anyone trying to find out if something's wrong! If I don't want to talk - I just won't!
  15. I have FREEDOM to choose.
  16. I love it now my pillows are a dribble free zone.
  17. I love waking up and not hearing the sound of snoring.
  18. I love going out and not having to say where I've been or what I've been doing and what time I should be back.
  19. I love going shopping and not having to hide what I've bought in the wardrobe and pretend I've had it ages.
  20. I love being able to have control over what I spend and where I spend it.
  21. After being married for 23 years (now separated six months) I also find it kind of scary to go out now that all the restrictions have been lifted...its like being a teenager again. Weird. I feel like I have been let out of prison.
  22. You can tell him what you really think instead of keeping the peace.
  23. You can be rude to his family.
  24. You can eat what YOU want.
  25. You can join a gym because you want to.
  26. You can be rude to his boss.
  27. I can have my friends over to drink wine and behave outrageously WHENEVER I want (because he never liked those friends anyway!).
  28. I can open the curtains when I get dressed instead of fumbling about in the dark trying to keep quiet.
  29. I don't have to worry about what sort of food to buy because he never liked any of it anyway. Now I can eat whatever, whenever I choose.
  30. I'm not made to feel like an idiot for sitting on the Internet - I can surf to my hearts content.
  31. I can listen to Depeche Mode 24/7!
  32. I can spend all night on the phone without having to justify it.
  33. I go to bed when I please, not when he 'wants to'. I can read all night and have the radio on.
  34. There's no one to criticize the state of my car!
  35. There's plenty of space in the wardrobe.
  36. I don't have to appear interested in his job.
  37. I no longer spend hours looking excited in computer stores or car showrooms, do not need to admire mobile phones, personal organizers, latest gadgets...
  38. I can make a mess, and never tidy it up.
  39. I can drink wine out of a mug.
  40. I don't have to write cards on his behalf for birthdays or Christmas.
  41. I no longer have to excuse his behavior - OR MINE!!!
  42. You can do a smelly fart without being told it's 'unladylike'.
  43. You are entitled to an opinion!
  44. You don't have to satisfy yourself while he's in the bath to make up for the fact he couldn't manage to give you an orgasm in the first place.
  45. You don't have to like Starsky and Hutch/Dads Army/Airwolf.
  46. You don't have to watch the '10 minute free view' on the Playboy Channel with the sound turned down.
  47. You don't have to take being called a 'man hater' just because you disagree with what he says (let's face it, they're usually always wrong anyway).
  48. You can wear the same knickers for two or three days without caring that there might be a 'spontaneous going down' session on the cards.
  49. You can love Adam Ant, Boy George, Simon le Bon and David Sylvian without being lectured that only gay men look that good - THREATENED!
  50. You don't have to listen to him hyperventilating every time a Kylie Minogue video appears on MTV.
  51. You don't have to worry about your sanitary towel not flushing away properly.
  52. BONUS: You don't have to pad the toilet with bog roll to disguise the fact that the poo is gonna make a big splash.

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