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  • Post Baby Sex Desire

    For those of you that have had babies, you probably looked at the title of this blog and wondered why it didn't read 'I have not sexual desire post giving birth!' Don't fret, getting pregnant (particularly if it took a little while), being pregnant, childbirth and becoming a mother is a massive life changing experience!

    Not only are your hormones all over the place, but you experience tiredness and also body changes. It's perfectly natural that with all those changes, you libido or sexual desire may also change.

    The important thing is to communicate with your partner and give yourself time to recover and adjust. If you're breastfeeding that will also impact your sexual activity, particularly if your partner is a 'breast person' and your sensitivity or mental view of your breasts as an erogenous zone has been impacted.

    Treat this as a chance to experiment with some other types of sexual intimacy and take the pressure of you and your partner. Focus on extended foreplay, touch and massage - what ever you find stimulating. Invest in some sex toys - why not have a sex toy party and check out what is available and try it out.

    There are also natural libido enhancing products - whether something you take orally or a topical application (ensure you check what is safe if you are breastfeeding).

    Don't stress, recognise the lifestage you are in and adapt - it could be fun!

    xoxo

  • Party Plan is the ultimate Winter Fun!

    Whether you're into sex toys, Nutrimetics, Body Shop, Roden & Fields, Tupperware or even Thermomix, having a bunch of friends around to your house for a few drinks and some 'entertainment' is a great idea.

    It's not only a great excuse to get your friends together for a girls night in, you can actually learn something to help you in your life - cooking, skin care or even your relationship!

    Never tried it? Why not give it a go? Love them, try something new!

    PASH xoxo

  • Love Life and loving yours

    It's important to remember when thinking about your 'love life' that there are two aspects to it - one is the part of your life that consists of your romantic involvement and the other is the sexual relationship side.

    Life has ebbs and flows, but it's always important to nurture both sides of your love life - romance is important, but so is sex.

    Rather than '10 tips to a better love life' here are my top three:

    1. Take your partner's breath away - do something amazing! Something that is out of the ordinary to make him/her remember how amazing you are. A note in their pocket they discover at work, a random loving text or greeting them at the door in nothing but some sexy lingerie.
    2. Learn what pleases your partner sexually - do some reading, invest in some love toys (there are some seriously amazing sex products available) and simply experiment. Very few lovers are going to object if you say you want to try something new!
    3. Do something sexually edgy - no need to indulge in kinky s&m if that's not your thing, bondage is not mandatory! However, taking things into an edgier experience is a great idea. Never tried a love ring (cock ring), now is the time to give it a go!

    What ever you decide, simple changing the status quo will have a positive effect.

    Enjoy!

    Jo xoxo

  • Sex Toy Parties - are we '50 Shades Freed' yet?

    We've just seen the demise of Avon in Australia. Apparently the public interest in 'lipstick selling door knockers' is no longer of interest. With the plethora of make-up brands and the digital revolution, sadly it's not surprising.

    That said, what is still of interest (apparently) is 'sex'. Despite being panned by the critics the latest iteration in the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy reaped huge financial rewards at the box office - seems the public interest in titillating erotica is still there.

    So what does that mean for 'Sex Toy Parties' and party plan overall? Well, if the interest PASH receives is anything to go by, it's still high. With the digital age well and truly driving our eyes to our screens it can seem surprising, unless you actually think about it.

    The opportunity to have an 'expert' talk about love toys (vibrators, sex toys and the like), sexual wellness, sexual health, lubricants and stimulants in the privacy of your own home actually makes sense.  You can then relate the information to the products - you can touch, feel and ask questions. It's hard to do that with your screen! While we appreciate eventually there will be a solution for that in the meantime you can't beat getting face-to-face with a real live person.

    On top of that, getting together with your girlfriends is fun! What a great excuse to kick the men out for the night and have a lot of laughs - when he knows what the content of your night is, you're also likely to get an unlimited budget ;). It's time to get 50 Shades Freed ladies!

    Yours PASHionatley

    Jo xoxo

  • Love is in the air? Be a sexy Valentine!

    Ok, so it's here and they say 'love is in the air', but I don't get it - maybe I'm just not breathing right ;)

    Actually I love Valentine's Day - it might be cheesy, but it does remind us that you can never tell those you love, that you love them, too often.

    While the real truth behind the day remains somewhat of a mystery, the reality is you can make it what you want! During my single days my girlfriend and I used to go out for a fabulous champagne dinner and just celebrate loving life!

    Rather than flowers (which will die) or chocolates (think of those unwanted kgs!), this year do something sexy and energetic with your lover - and I'm not talking a run around the park!

    How about surprising him / her with a candlelit room, you in sexy lingerie and some special love toys to make the evening filled with fun and a bit of fantasy... my favourite sensuality product is the massage candle. It melts to just over body temperature to a soy based oil - you get an erotic massage and your partner gets to live out their 'hot oil fantasy'. That's a win-win situation!

    What ever you do on this day of love, even if it's just cuddling your loved one in front of a favourite movie, take time to remember how grand love is and how lucky you are to be in love...maybe it is in the air after all.

    Jo xoxo

  • Plus size lingerie can make you feel Fifty Shades Freed

    As we head towards Valentine's Day the question being asked by all (good) men and, also women, everywhere is 'should I buy lingerie for my lover?' (well,it might not be THE question on everyone's mind, but we think it should be!).

    The simple answer is YES - no matter what shape or size you are, the reality is that lingerie makes you feel sexy. Someone once told me that the best way to see if you like an item of lingerie is to throw it on the floor, 'because that's where it will end up two seconds after you put it on!'.

    Of course the real challenge is to find lingerie that YOU feel good in. There is nothing worse that pouring your body into a little lacy knicker and bra set only to feel incredibly awkward. Unfortunately we can't all be Anastasia in Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker or even Fifty Shades Freed!

    So, what should you look for, here are a few tips:

    • Start with the style of lingerie you find most attractive - bra and knicker sets, corset, gstring, babydoll, etc
    • Then work out what style you think suits your body shape best - something with more support, an outfit to show off your legs but hid your tummy, etc
    • Think about the colours you like
    • Then use that as your search criteria - otherwise it is just too overwhelming with the number of choices!

    Even if lingerie is not your thing normally, why not indulge in something different for your lover ... you might quite like the outcome.

    Yours PASHionately

    Jo xoxo

  • New year, new love!

    As we all welcome the new year, I know that some people meet it with trepidation and some with a renewed passion and excitement for the year ahead. Wherever your life is at, I hope that you challenge yourself this year, at the very least, to renew your 'love'.

    I don't mean, run out and find a new lover, I simply mean renew the love of yourself and those around you. Remember you are the absolute one continuum in your life and you need to love yourself first, so you can give more love to others.

    Your friends and family are precious, life is precious and you are spectacular.

    Wishing you love and happiness for a sparkling, passionate 2018.

    Jo

  • Santa Baby....

    This time of the year can be an interesting time for your love life - if you're single it can be amazing! Lots of happy, merry people feeling festive can really drive some serious hormones!

    If you're in a relationship and have kids - it can be exhausting!There is so much going on with end of school, work, family, social activities, xmas shopping, the list goes on. Of course the first thing that tends to go off the list is sex!

    Make sure you take some time out this festive season to share some love and laughter with your partner. Get out the mistletoe, put it under a doorway and surprise them with a passionate kiss. Reconnect with love this festive season.

    JO x

  • Is a sexual 'hall pass' good for a relationship?

    There has been some discussion lately around people offering partners 'hall passes' - essentially the chance to have a sexual fling with someone,  without consequences. But is this good for a relationship, or ultimately harmful?

    The reality is that no matter how casual the immediate lustful attraction, sex can often develop into an emotional bond. Not necessarily from both partners, but it only takes one partner to  want to continue with the relationship and it can threaten the original couple.

    Of course everyone is different and some people can genuinely have a sexcapade without their partner discovering it, and be ok with it. But not everyone can handle it. Guilt can just as easily destroy a good relationship as the affair itself.

    The challenge can become insurmountable if both parties are not on the same page - the mere suggestion causing a breakdown in the relationship. And what if only one partner decides to take up the hall pass and the other doesn't? These issues need to be addressed or it can turn into a terrible situation before it starts.

    The key thing is to communicate and work out why you want the hall pass in the first place - be honest, is it really because you think it will rekindle what you've lost, or is it because you're lost?

    XOXO

  • Is it time to check on your Sexual Health?

    This week is Women's Health Week - a good time to take stock and focus on the health needs of yourself as a woman. Of course one import health need is our sexual health needs.

    Low sexual drive is a common problem for many women, which can leave women feeling stressed and cause issues with relationships. This can be particularly prevalent in women pre and post-menopausal. Sadly many women don't seek help or treatment for this issue and just suffer the consequences as they don't think it is treatable.

    The good news is that many causes may be treatable, so it's important to speak to a caring health professional to get advice.

    https://jeanhailes.org.au/news/why-women-struggling-with-low-sexual-desire-do-not-seek-treatment

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