11 Ways To Be Sexier In 60 Seconds

LOVE THIS! To all the single individuals out there, this is definitely a great confident boost to upscale your sex-appeal. Why not? (:

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1. Feel Confident. It may seem like a cliché to some, but feeling confident is the fastest way to unlock your inner sex god. There’s nothing sexy about someone who is sad and mopey, who complains all the time and seems like they’re never having fun. When you feel confident you perk up, you stand up taller, you’re assertive. Even in our most unconfident moments, there are all sorts of micro moments where we feel sexy. So when was the last time you felt super confident? Replay that moment in your head as much as you need.

2. Practice Yoga. Yoga makes you feel confident because it is about focusing on you. You build stamina, tone your muscles, become aware of your body. And you get to wear skin tight clothes that make your body look amazing. Downward facing dog, anyone?

3. Go For That Disheveled Look. I like a…

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The First Guy You Like After A Break Up

WOW! This is definitely eye-opening because I’m always telling myself I cannot date a guy after a break-up yet because no matter how amazingly, wonderful he is, he is a rebound. However, I suppose that after a certain amount of time to subside my emotions for an ex, I can finally start over again, as frightening as it sounds because it has been so long, but I suppose, the best part of dating is taking that risk & finding that special someone that was worth it. It simply requires you to be more brave & take that risk. As long as you have an established support system, you should be fine. ❤

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His name is Alex and he’ll be tall with brown eyes, messy hair and you’ll think everything he does is adorable. You’ll love the way he chews his food or the way he dresses or the way he looks at you from across the table. You’ll bite your lower lip and try to seduce him with your eyes, trying to tell him “I like you so much” without actually saying the words out loud. At this stage of your crush, one look conveys a thousand words.

You’ll know your feelings for this guy are genuine — that he’s not simply a rebound — because a rebound is someone you run to just so you don’t have to sleep alone at night. A rebound might be someone you don’t even care about all that much, just a dick attached to a body. But your relationship history should tell you that a…

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I Wish You Would Write Me Letters

Personally, I love receiving materialized things like letters. I don’t care too much about other things like my date or significant other wanting to buy me expensive gadgets or clothes. I am a woman & I know I can provide that for myself. Although, if he does prefer to see me in something, sure. But ultimately in a relationship for me, we start getting too comfortable & forget to talk to our special person with depth in our conversations. Life is busy & we always feel like we’re running out of time at the end of the day. However, in a healthy relationship, we should definitely start making time for them, whether it is visiting them with some nice, fresh picked flowers or simply, a letter. It is “old-fashioned” & it is snail mail, so it takes forever to get to the person, but the fact that you sat down to think about what you are putting on that paper makes it all the more special instead of sending a short text message saying “I love you”. I am not saying that the person shouldn’t send those types of message, but give it more depth. Remind your lover WHY you love them & WHAT exactly you feel. Your love will grow deeper that way & allow the other person to grow with you without thinking, “they only love me for doing this & not for being who I am” or so and so. Instead of being labeled “old-fashioned”, letters should be one of the “special” ways of communication to people that are important & dear to you. Of course there is postage involve & a bit more effort, but it is all worth it because they would feel more of worth to you too. You can make someone’s day all the more special if you did just that.

Just a thought. =D

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I wish you would write to me. I wish one day I would come home and there it would be, a battered envelope with my address and my name and your scrawl and a blot on the back where you dropped a slice of pizza. I wish that under all the mounds and mounds of bills and circulars, there would be your letter and it would be worth digging through reminders about responsibility and materialism just so I could touch the envelope. I would see the stamps you accidentally glued upside-down. I would see the tape holding the envelope shut.

I wish you would tell me about your day in chicken scratch on refill paper. I wish you wrote it out in painful detail and awful description filling three pages. You would write about things that made you laugh and it would make me laugh and over the length of…

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10 Trademarks Of A Blow Job That Keeps Him Begging For More

I don’t normally blog these types of things, but as we mature, this is going to be more and more apparent in the relationship. We want our significant to be happy so we have to find ways to compromise & make it good for both parties. If you truly love someone, this will eventually come up & you two grow and explore with one another.

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1. Make Him Wait For It

I have never met a guy who does not want a blow job. So that’s why I like to make him wait for it. When a guy gets really good head I’m convinced he actually has no recollection of what it felt like the last time he got really good head, so that’s why it will feel just like the first time to him every single time. When I get naughty, I like to make him wait for the BJ. We’ve had sex before so he knows it’s, er, coming, so I like to pay with him and have him play with me and kiss and all that before I get down to business. Take your head down to the area, blow on his cock, lick it all the way around but don’t put it in your mouth just yet. Don’t start the blow job…

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You Already Have All The Time You Need (You Just Need To Make Use Of It)

You can never have enough time, so make use and prioritize your time to make it worth it every single day.

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As a college student, I spend a lot time around very stressed, very sleep deprived individuals. Nearly every day I hear people complaining,”I wish I had more time!” or “There’s not enough time!” or “If I just had one more day or hour or even half an hour!”

But here’s the catch: you don’t have more time. And unlike your parents who will eventually give in to your complaints, time is just relentless. Or perhaps a better way to phrase that is: time will go on despite your protests. Often we categorize time as the enemy. As an unwavering barrier that blocks us from accomplishing all of our dreams and goals. But time is not an enemy here. In fact, there really is no enemy.

My old biology teacher used to say that instead of looking at tests as points you can lose for getting a question wrong, look at…

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50 States In 50 Lines

Our United States of America

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Kansas wheat field, 1990. Kansas wheat field, 1990.

I know many people who have only been to two states—the one they were born in, and a lingering state of denial. I don’t understand people who don’t like to travel, but then again I don’t understand people in general.

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Ever since arriving on these shores aboard the good ship Mayflower, I’ve made it a point to see all 48 of the continental United States as well as the massive iceberg way up north and the tiny semitropical archipelago in the mid-Pacific.

These are my capsule reviews of the 50 states that compose our fragile union like so many incompatible spouses.


George Wallace and Hank Williams are from here; despite that song they did, Lynyrd Skynyrd isn’t, and chances are that you aren’t, either.


In late June, the sun feels so close it’s as if you can stand on your toes…

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Stop What You’re Doing Right Now and Travel

Are you living to exist or existing to live?

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I remember Costa Rica as if it were yesterday. The heat of the sun on my bare skin. The smell of clean, fresh air. The streets alive and vibrant with singing and dancing. The country itself has an infectious feeling of happiness. The kind of happiness that seeps deep into the soul and lights up our recesses that may have grown dark and cold from our routine lives.

I remember waking up to bowls of fresh, juicy fruit that tasted as if it had just been picked from the trees. I ate pineapple — bright, yellow and perfect in sweetness. I savored the sweetness of mango as I popped pieces of the yellow-orange fruit into my mouth. I would close my eyes and feel the soft, cool wind kiss my skin from the open windows and doors of the hotel breakfast area.

I went exploring in the streets of…

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50 Fun, Cheap Dates (That Aren’t Netflix)

A good list of things to do when you’re on a budget & just starting to date someone. Once the relationship gets more serious, you can always go on more expensive dates and still do some of these little things from time to time to create a balance. LOVE IT! (: I love lists of things and this is definitely another one of those even though I did not create this. I hope this help others or you on your future endeavors to have fun & explore in different arenas of life.

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1. Cheer on an amateur sports team in your city. It’s just as fun as supporting a Real Team but tickets are dirt cheap. My city’s non-pro baseball team has a few dates during the summer where tickets are $5 and they have $1 beers all night. Also, until we got a new baseball stadium whenever there was a home game on a Wednesday you could get in for $3 with a student ID (mine didn’t include a date so no one knew I graduated ~3 years ago).

2. Make a fire outside. This is free and hands down, the best date ever.

3. Go through this list of questions and answer them all, back and forth. Or, use it as part of a game of truth or dare.

4. Bowling is always a fun night out, and if you go during the week you can find somewhere to…

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50 Questions To Ask Your Crush To See If They’re Right For You

This general list is definitely a start to getting to know another person that you may be interested in. I believe that if our person of interest finds these interesting to answer and are capable of answering them, they certainly may be a great candidate to consider spending your time with. I always want to find a person whom I connect on a deeper level; therefore, hearing their insights, no matter how different it is, will be gratifying.

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A 40-something woman I’m friends with told me about a date she was on where the guy asked her what her favorite color was. She broke it off right then because, as she explained, at her age she had deep life experiences and if he was only interested in superficial crap like color preferences, they were incompatible. With that in mind, I collected a a cheat sheet of questions that can speak to your potential partner’s substance (or lack thereof). Or, at least give you something to talk about if it turns out you don’t have awesome conversation chemistry.

1. What is one thing you will never do again?

2. Would you rather be twice as smart or twice as happy?

3. What happened the last time you cried?

4. What happened the time in your life when you were the most nervous to do something?

5. What would your…

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Guest Speaker Kristine Diekman

Kristine Diekman’s presentation did come off as unorganized, but it was entertaining, and interestingly eye-opening. It seems that a lot of her work revolves around video production and struggles of different groups. It was an arrow to the heart when she showed us the videos about young Latina’s and Latino’s facing the consequences of teen pregnancy because of the misinformation and parenting of sex education. It is a shame that many of the young teens had to face the challenges teen pregnancy because they were misguided and warded off by their parents. Overall, I think it is great that her presentation shows the reality of struggling teens and others in the community in order to create a sense of connection with everyone. Her work also allows students to create a lot of contribution and creativity on their own which is impressive within itself.