How Often Should You Have Sex If You’re Busy?

I thought about this question after reading two posts:

Pavlina’s point #6–Re-channel sex energy–struck a nerve. If you’re a busy creative dude, my recommendation is to only have sex once per week. Here’s why.

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Be More Awesome By Being More Specific With Your Goals

I think everyone should set some clear relationship goals before moving forward in their search for dating and mating. This may sound like obvious advice, but I think it’s worth exploring.

For some people, like guys and gals in their 20s, this isn’t so obvious. Ask yourself the question, what am I looking for?

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Honey: I’m Engaged!

Thought that since I’d shared so much of my journey with Jake with all of you, I’d share this as well!  Jake and I got engaged on Friday, March 18.  I kind of knew it was coming but I’d been wrong a few times before so I was trying not to get too excited.  But now I’m thrilled!

It started when he planned a trip to Rocky Point, Mexico for us.  We drove down on Wednesday (about a 4.5 hour drive) and came back on Sunday.  We stayed at a resort called the Sonoran Sun (picture after the jump): Read the full article

What It’s Like To Have Sex With Me

What Honey said in her post on sexual compatibility has been on my mind the last few days.

I had to search my memory banks to see if I ever had an encounter similar to what Honey described, where there was instant attraction that led to perfect sexual compatibility without a lot of flirting, talking, game, or other fluff in between. The way she describes it, it was just a perfect fit, from start to finish.

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Own What Goes On Between Your Ears

Since this is the month of inspiration at H&L, here is a most excellent quote by Gandhi:

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Honey on Sexual Compatibility

Hey, all, Lance asked if I would come out of my bloggy retirement briefly to weigh in on sexual compatibility and what it means for Jake and I.  Happy to do it!

First of all, I don’t think physical attraction is the same thing as compatibility.  There have been times I thought it was, right up until the moment I started to get down and dirty with a guy, only to not be into it at all or (even worse) repulsed by the whole thing.  Which is not to say that the guy was repulsive, or that he wanted to do anything repulsive, only to say that for whatever reason (pheromones, maybe?) we just didn’t do anything for each other at all. Talk about awkward, ugh. Read the full article

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