Author: April Day - Friller
Published: 4 March 2019
Bored of the daily grind and looking for ways to make life just that little bit more exciting? Take a look at our five surprising suggestions that are almost guaranteed to put the spark back in your day!
If you've been taught to err on the side of caution, it could be time for a change. When German researchers surveyed 20,000 people, they discovered that the people who took more risks were more satisfied with their lives. Some self-improvement gurus even suggest that risk is an essential part of personal development and growth. So what are you waiting for? Why not take a risk or two and see what happens?
Whether it's playing an instrument, taking part in a sport or simply settling down with a good film and a bag of popcorn, doing what you love has far more benefits than simply a pleasant way to pass the time. Being immersed in a pleasurable activity helps to decrease stress and can also relieve depression and/or anxiety.
Orgasms are good for you - and it doesn't matter whether you enjoy them with a partner or solo! Healthy sex life isn't just enjoyable, it can also have numerous physical and mental benefits. Men who orgasm more frequently have a reduced risk of prostate cancer, while penetrative sex for a woman provides a great workout for the pelvic floor muscles. If you feel your sex life could do with some greater variety, why not invest in a rabbit sex toy or two? A thrusting rabbit vibrator or rabbit cock ring could be just the thing to ring the changes. With around 70% of women requiring clitoral stimulation in order to orgasm, one of the best clitoral stimulator options on the market is a clitoral suction toy. Providing a fresh sensation that many women love, a clit toy could be a great option to enjoy.
It may be cliched, but spending time with friends and family, as well as getting out and about, is often the key to happiness. Several studies have shown that people who have a full and active social life are healthier, both physically and mentally. So forget the "quiet night in", get out there and live a little!
Working too hard is bad for you. It's official. Science is on your side, with studies showing that people who work too hard (whether it's juggling multiple deadlines and performing under pressure, or simply putting in far too many hours) are more likely to be unhappy, as well as at greater risk of a range of complaints such as facial tics and insomnia. Not only that, but people who work long hours are more likely to make mistakes, leading to reduced performance. So slack off with a clear conscience!