With your busy schedule, it can be hard to find time for yourself, let alone find time to jump into bed with your man. We all know that sex is undeniably an important part of every couple’s relationship, but what can you do when your kids, your superiors, and even your friends are all vying for your attention? How can you find time to spend some quality time with your husband?

Here are some of our suggestions:

1. Travel without the kids.

We’re not saying that you should leave the children out of the picture every long weekend, but you can never really be intimate with your husband if they’re always around. Besides, there’s something about taking a trip together that will make you two feel like young lovers again. Use the time you’ve been granted to explore each other’s bodies like hormonal teenagers, and you’ll both remember why you should make more time for each other in the future.

2. Make it a date.

Scheduling sex isn’t exactly romantic, but if you’ve been high and dry for a few months now, you might have to put in a little extra effort to be intimate with your husband. Choose a date when you’re both least likely to do overtime. Mark it on the calendar, and remind him teasingly about it as the day draws nearer (a naughty phone chat will definitely help!). Build up the anticipation so the whole thing feels less like a routine check-up and more like the sexy time it’s supposed to be.

3. Appreciate the power of a quickie.

If you keep waiting for the perfect opportunity, you might never get any at all. Sure, you want to have at least 30 minutes of foreplay, but when 30 minutes is all you have, you’ll just have to make do with a quickie (or two, if you’re lucky). Don’t look so disappointed. Think of it this way: you want one another so bad that you just have to do each other right then and there.

(Screencap from Date Night courtesy of 20th Century Fox)

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