Struggling to make time to work on intimacy with your partner? You might want to try scheduling bonks.
Dr Emily Morse recommends setting time aside in your calendar to get jiggy.
While some worry this ruins spontaneity, the doctor of human sexuality says it’s great for those who are feeling starved of bedroom fun.
The American love guru told her 356,000 Instagram followers: “Scheduled sex: love it or leave it? I vote yes.
“So many people resist the idea of scheduling sex because they think it’s, well, not sexy.
“But let’s be real: Life gets chaotic and it can be hard to make time for pleasure!”
Dr Emily added: “If you have to choose between planning it or not having it at all, I say schedule it.
“Just because you schedule it doesn’t mean you sacrifice spontaneity.
“If anything, you have extra time to make it extra hot.”
The sexpert added that making time for sex can have benefits too.
By putting a date in the calendar, anticipation builds up as you count down the hours to get down and dirty.
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Dr Emily recommends sexting to get even more exciting for the main event.
Telling your partner about what lingerie you’re going to wear, or what position you want to try, is bound to leave them feeling hot under the collar.
Alternatively, it gives you time to plan a surprise for your other half.
Trying a new set-up is a great way to re-ignite passions in relationships that may feel stale.
So are you going to be giving Dr Emily’s tips a try? Let us know in the comments below.
You can also check out more of her advice here.