It’s time to get your Mommy Mojo back!
When was the last time you scheduled a date with yourself — to read a book (uninterrupted), to go wild with girlfriends, to pleasure yourself? You can’t remember? NEVER? Well, Dana B. Myers is coming to your rescue!
Dana B. Myers is the founder of Booty Parlor, a line of intimate self-care products designed to inspire you to find your inner spark, express your sexiest-self, and to embrace your individual sexy femininity — both in and out of the bedroom. She’s also a mother-of-two and the author of The Mojo Makeover: Four Weeks to a Sexier You (HarperCollins 2011).
Learn the tips, tricks, and tools for a happier, healthier sex life.
In Dana’s latest offering, The Mommy Mojo Makeover: 28 Tools to Reclaim Yourself & Reignite Your Relationship (Viva Editions 2018), she’s delivering 28 inspiring and practical tools, interactive exercises, and real-life anecdotes that’ll leave women feeling like a happier, sexier mama — one who is more deeply satisfied within herself and her relationship.
I invited Dana to BexLife to help me discover new ways to love and connect with my body better and to help you to look outside the box for ways to feel sexier and more alive post-baby (even if your baby is well out of diapers).
Get ready to feel sexier than EVER!
She’s sharing tips like scheduling appointments for self-pleasure, tools like Sexy Meditation (it’s a thing!) to enhance self-love, and juicy suggestions to make partner play even more fun and RELAXING.
These are just some of the fantastic tools she shares in The Mommy Mojo Makeover, which I suggest you pick up here as soon as you finish watching our video.
Rebekah “Bex” Borucki, founder of BexLife.com and the Blissed In® wellness movement, is a mother-of-five, TV host, meditation and yoga guide, author, speaker, birth doula, and life transformation and resilience coach. Her first book, You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life (Hay House 2017), is available now, wherever books are sold.
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