The Birds and the Bees
“In the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” Those, the words from the famous poet, Alfred Lord Tennyson. But now there is scientific evidence that there is something to that adage about a man’s, and woman’s, libido kicking into high gear this time of year.
According to an article in Women’s Health Magazine, springtime sex can be, well, rather sexy. Some of the reasons are pretty obvious: Milder weather means we can finally chuck those sweaters and overcoats and show a little skin (time to use some Pure Romance Body Boost!).
Also, we’re now four months into the new year and (hopefully) have had some nice weather to go out and exercise. The holidays, and the big dinners, are behind us, and with any luck, so are the extra pounds that came with the celebrations.
Now that it’s Daylight Savings Time (again, for most of us), we have longer evenings to sit on the porch or on the deck, have a nice relaxing drink or dinner with our loved ones, and reconnect after a long day. Let’s face it, when it gets dark at 5 p.m. all you want to do is go home and pull the covers over your head. Spring just gives us those extra moments to enjoy our relationships.
And remember, you want to look sun kissed, even if you can’t get out during the day to soak up some Vitamin D, so get your glow on with some Coco Glow Tropical Sunless Tanner. You’ll look as good as you feel, and you’ll feel terrific as you reconnect with your partner on these warmer days.
Need even more reasons as to why Springtime is the sexiest time of year? Read the full article article here.