Want to Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day?

St. Patrick's Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! On this fun-filled holiday, we want to talk about getting lucky with your spouse – though perhaps more accurately, making your own luck in the bedroom!

You see, days like today offer the opportunity for some extra playfulness – and in turn, show you what an important element fun and games can be for your sex life. Days like St. Patrick’s Day are filled with parties and celebrations, parades, gaudy decorations, and high spirits pretty much everywhere you turn.

Want to get lucky this St. Patrick's Day?
Want to get lucky this St. Patrick’s Day?

In these environments, playful flirtation and some lighthearted romance are perfect for building your connection to each other – and getting you excited to get back home and into the bedroom!

You can plan a date with the intention of going into the St. Paddy’s fray to party, to people watch, to dance and laugh among the other celebrators, and above all, to feel happy and carefree! These kinds of low-pressure, simple dates can help you cast aside troubles you might be facing. Unlike going to dinner or to a play or movie, you don’t have to sit still! You have the chance to cut loose a little bit because well, so many other people are too!

Showing your spouse your carefree, fun-loving side is a wonderful way to set the mood with your spouse, and these moments are also perfect whispering sweet nothings in your spouse’s ear, letting them know how much you want them, giving them sly little compliments, etc. This is all about having fun!

Now, here’s the real kicker – it doesn’t even have to be a holiday for you to do this kind of stuff. Using the St. Paddy’s hullaballoo is a great reason to get out of the house, get a little silly, and remind yourselves how much fun you can have together…

But once you’ve enjoyed one such excursion, there’s no reason you can’t create your own whenever you like. You don’t need a holiday or some big ordeal – you just need each other and the desire for some fun! This is something you can recreate on a whim!

Have some memorable (but not too serious) times this St. Patrick’s Day, and let the holiday be a lesson in cutting loose, having some fun, and being playful with your spouse. It doesn’t take much to have a good time!

For more advice on how to strengthen your marriage, check out the StrongMarriageNow System today!
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Dr. Dana Fillmore and Amy Barnhart, co-Founders, StrongMarriageNow.com

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Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! On this fun-filled holiday, we want to talk about getting lucky with your spouse – though perhaps more accurately, making your own luck in the bedroom! You see, days like today offer the opportunity for some extra playfulness – and in turn, show you what an important element fun and games […]

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taylor 8 years ago

I have been married almost a year in March and to make it s short story our sex life is pretty terrible..........When we have sex it's awesome no lie it's a great time ......problem is that we don't have sex that much and I'm not an addict but I love having sex. my concern is that maybe she's cheating?

taylor 8 years ago

I have been married almost a year in March and to make it s short story our sex life is pretty terrible..........When we have sex it's awesome no lie it's a great time ......problem is that we don't have sex that much and I'm not an addict but I love having sex. my concern is that maybe she's cheating?

Rose 8 years ago

How do you deal with your spouse that has low drive? Do you still ask for sex or just deal with it? I feel strange always the one to bring it up and I can tell my husband is not interested but will do it because he feels obligated. It's not fun and hurts me inside. I miss the times that he was after me and interested and looked forward to sex.

Rose 8 years ago

How do you deal with your spouse that has low drive? Do you still ask for sex or just deal with it? I feel strange always the one to bring it up and I can tell my husband is not interested but will do it because he feels obligated. It's not fun and hurts me inside. I miss the times that he was after me and interested and looked forward to sex.

Mike_Olsen_SMN 8 years ago

Hi Taylor - It's unlikely she is cheating if that is your only concern. There could be several factors. https://www.strongmarriagenow.com/blog/improveyoursexlife/

Mike_Olsen_SMN 8 years ago

Hi Taylor - It's unlikely she is cheating if that is your only concern. There could be several factors. https://www.strongmarriagenow.com/blog/improveyoursexlife/

Mike_Olsen_SMN 8 years ago

Hi Rose - Your libido will fluctuate in your marriage. You might be at a high when he is at a low. If there are no medical factors, try to find things that excite you both and lead you to the bedroom, or find other ways that help you feel connected to him. https://www.strongmarriagenow.com/important-problem/sex-life-yt/

Mike_Olsen_SMN 8 years ago

Hi Rose - Your libido will fluctuate in your marriage. You might be at a high when he is at a low. If there are no medical factors, try to find things that excite you both and lead you to the bedroom, or find other ways that help you feel connected to him. https://www.strongmarriagenow.com/important-problem/sex-life-yt/