Write your sexual bucket list

A sexual bucket list may boost your sexuality

Give yourself – your body and your soul – more exciting sex by creating your very own sexual bucket list.

It is widely known that there are many health benefits to sex. Sex can in many ways contribute to physical and mental well-being. It reduces stress, builds muscle, strengthens the immune system and makes the heart work just like when exercising. Focusing on your sexuality, exploring and getting to know your body helps to strengthen you as an individual. By developing sexual intimacy with yourself, you can also share sexual
intimacy with others better.

Here are some ideas for what your sexual bucket list can contain:

1 Think positive about yourself

Stop all bad-talk about yourself and replacing your inner negative monologue with positive statements. Instead of thinking “I hate my stomach, I’m thick” talk positively to yourself: “I love my body, I love my curves, it’s fine with …” Would you like someone to say equally negative things to your imaginary teenage daughter? I guess not. How can you allow someone to talk so badly about you? This someone happens to be yourself. Tell yourself to stop all bad talk and only think positively about yourself from now on.

2 Learn about your body

It is so much more to your body and your sexuality than you might know. When did you last read about sex? Educate yourself about the female sexual anatomy, how the clitoris is actually designed, about different types of orgasms and where you may have different erogenous zones. We all work differently but with knowledge you can multiply your sexual pleasure considerably.

3 Explore your erogenous zones

Learn what feels good to you. Start by masturbating, or buy some new sex toys to help enhance enjoyment, there are alto of new sex toys out there nowadays that gives new feelings than the old-fashion vibrator. Remember that the erogenous zones extend far beyond the clitoris. Test different areas of your body and try different the pressures. See what makes your body enjoy.

Do a sexual bucketlist for your sexlife.
Do a bucket-list for your sex life.
4 Talk about sex with your partner or a friend

We most rarely talk about sex with our partner or friend. Usually we pick up the sex-topic when something doesn’t work or is bad, but you should talk about sex even when everything works fine! Talking about sex helps us feel more comfortable and strengthens our sexual self-esteem. Challenge yourself and dare to talk sex with your friend next time you are seen. Exchange sexual experiences, talk about your erotic fantasies, give tips and ideas.

5 Sexual fantasies

Take time to explore your sexual fantasies, read an erotic short story, watch erotic images or an erotic movie clip. It gets you into a sexual mindset, training your ability to get excited and starting your libido. By reading erotic short stories or novels for a while in the evening, your libido can be awakened to life (again).

6 Challenge yourself

Step outside your comfort zone, outside your box and write a sexual bucket list on sexual activities you want to test. Dare to challenge yourself, be a bit brave and create excitement in your sex life! Sex outdoor doesn’t happen by itself ;).