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Four Smart ways to spice up things in the bedroom

Making things more interesting in the bedroom doesn't have to be complicated. Try these simple tips to create more heat between the sheets. If you’ve been married for more than a few years, chances are you and your mate have fallen into a routine – from who takes out the trash to who picks up the kids from school. And while getting into a groove can be a good thing, when it comes to your bedroom life, it’s best to aim for variety.

It can be hard to keep things interesting in a serious relationship. Once those butterflies fade, it's easy for things to become mundane.

That said, there is a lot that can be done to spice up your bedroom life. Some of the things that people mention they miss in longer-term relationships include novelty, mystery and playfulness. As such, anything we can do to help address or inject these missing elements back into your bedroom life is likely to create a difference. When things get a bit monotonous in the boudoir, it is possible to spice things up

Smart ways to spice up things in the bedroom :

1. Offer a massage with candles and oils. It helps a person to relax.

2. Implement gratitude

The easiest way to do this is to cultivate gratitude. Thank them for the little things, like doing the dishes or cooking even the simplest of weeknight dinners.

4. Actually wear your lingerie

How often do you buy lingerie all to let it slide to the back of your drawer and see the light of day approximately two days a year (V-Day and birthdays)? You’re not alone, but instead of getting in that same routine, make a point to actually wear your lingerie.

Even in lockdown, you can inject a lot of variety into date night just by mixing things up. Playfully initiate something when you partner returns from somewhere. Make time for fun, light and enjoyable experiences. Why not dim the lights, put on some music and make cocktails together?

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