3 Things that You Must Take with You on a Second Honeymoon

When you feel that the stress of life is going to great lengths to keep you and your partner apart, sometimes a second honeymoon is in order. They are opportunities to forget the crazy things around you and focus on your relationship, what it has withstood so far, and what it can withstand in the … Continue reading “3 Things that You Must Take with You on a Second Honeymoon”

When you feel that the stress of life is going to great lengths to keep you and your partner apart, sometimes a second honeymoon is in order. They are opportunities to forget the crazy things around you and focus on your relationship, what it has withstood so far, and what it can withstand in the future. Taking time to really focus on each other instead of your jobs, your bills, or your children can only help your relationship. What you bring with you to your second honeymoon can affect the time you have and how much you enjoy it.

Wedding Photos

If it’s been a while since your wedding, sometimes it is good to take a look back and remember the love that brought you together. Old mementos, although the material, often evoke the feelings they did when you first experienced them. Take your wedding photo album, or even the ones from your first honeymoon, with you and reflect on them. Laughing at your old hairdos is also a plus.

Sex Toys

Second honeymoons are a great place to spark the fire that you had when you first were married. Whether you currently use sex toys or have never experienced them, taking them with you can add fun and excitement to the time you have. Items such as lubricants and rechargeable vibrators are easily carried in your luggage and can provide you and your partner with an added level of excitement. Now that you are both more experienced and familiar with each other’s bodies, sex on your honeymoon can be better than ever the second time.

NOT Your Cellphone

You may need to bring your phones with you, but the point is that you shouldn’t be distracted by it. Letting the everyday seep into your getaway can ruin it for you and your spouse. Take this time to truly unwind and relax. Focus on each other instead of the outside world. Just as your first honeymoon was all about you and your relationship, the second time around should be no different in spite of the years you have spent together.

Second honeymoons are wonderful experiences if approached in the right way. You and your spouse can re-affirm the strong bond forged at marriage and make it stronger than ever. Take a timeout from mundane and fall back in love.