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8 Ways to Become a Morning Sex Goddess

200274028-001Morning sex isn't just for one night stands and lusty sex scenes. When the sun rises, the last thing us women want to do is wake up, let alone turn into a sexy siren. While a sex-free morn may be ideal for women, men on the other hand are hard-wired for nookie in the morning. If you can't beat em, join em! Besides, the benefits are amazing! Your mood will be lifted and your immune system will receive a much needed boost. Ditch the excuses and get the blood pumping so you can float into work on cloud 9.

1. Hot morning sex starts the night before!

A little sunrise-sex is going to take a chunk out of your morning, so plan ahead! Pack your lunch, lay out your clothes and silence your phone. Knock out all of the morning distractions so you can focus on your man!

Black woman on the bed in her bra and panties2. Easy Access is Key!

Keep sun-up sex effort-free by creating easy access. Don't fall asleep in complicated lingerie or (even worse) a buttoned-up onesie. Sleep in a large tee-shirt or better yet -- doze off in the buff.

black woman and face massage3. Skip the Startling Beauty Treatments

When night falls don't kill the mood by transforming from Vixen to zombie! Tone down your night-time beauty routine or schedule it  earlier in the night so that your man wakes up to you in the morning, not a sponge roller/face mask-clad stranger.

woman washing face4. Freshen up!

If the dreaded morning breath is keeping you from a morning-smush, tip-toe into the bathroom for a quick tooth scrub and a splash of mouthwash. Then, slip back into bed and get cozy with your boo.

black-couple-in-bed15. Practice on the Weekends

Transitioning into a morning sex routine can be a bit challenging when you have kids to get ready or a job to be on time to. Ease into the change by starting out on weekends. Making love on your days off will take the pressure off and give you a glimpse into the amazing benefits of morning sex.

Couple in Bed 6. Keep it Quick

Not every love making session has to be a long, drawn out affair. If you're in a time crunch, there is nothing wrong with keeping it quick and satisfying!

Black Couple Cuddling7. Be Lazy!

Slow down the pace and find positions that allow for minimal effort. Get into a snuggly spooning position and rock your way into ecstasy.

laughing couple

8. Take it out of the Bedroom

Morning sex isn't just restricted to the sack! Take your love making on tour by kicking off your day in a steamy shower or get things percolating on the kitchen counter while you wait for the coffee to brew.


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