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Problem No. 1: Same Old, Same Old
The Solution: Spice It Up
"When you're in a long-term relationship, you get into a routine," says Renee Horowitz, MD, an obstetrician-gynecologist and founder of the Center for Sexual Wellness in Farmington Hills, Mich. "There's biological evidence that novel experiences cause the release of dopamine in the brain." (Dopamine is a chemical messenger that's connected to the pleasure center in your brain.) "That's why it's so much easier to get excited in a new relationship -- everything is novel and your brain responds accordingly."
Obviously, you can't switch partners every time the excitement wanes. Instead, change up some of the other factors. "Try a different place, a different time, a different position," Horowitz suggests. Have a morning quickie. Try sex in the shower, or on the kitchen island. (Clean up afterward.)
Problem No. 2: Too Much to Do, Too Tired
The Solution: Take a Romantic Break
All couples are tired at the end of a long day with many demands. By the time you get everyone to bed and deal with unavoidable chores, you just don't have the energy for a romantic evening.
It's time to change that.
"You have to prioritize what's important," says sex educator Sadie Allison, a member of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. Her best-selling books include Ride ‘Em Cowgirl! and Tickle Your Fancy. "Tired as you might be, it's OK to just make it a quickie sometimes. Sex is so important to the overall health of your relationship."
Instead of waiting until just before you put out the lights, take a break for a romantic encounter beforethe evening's chores. "Make space and time where you can escape and get creative," Allison says. Even if that time is in your house (or car, or backyard). "Look, it isn't going to happen spontaneously," Allison says. "You have to find the time and make a date."
Problem No. 3: 'Who Are You?'
There may come a time when you need to rent a car for use on vacation or when your car is in the shop. Whatever the situation might be, it’s vital to know the ins and outs of renting a car, which can help you, avoid the most common hidden fees that rental agencies charge.
The limited additional drivers; will you be the only driver or is there anyone else in your party taking the wheel at times during your safari. In case you are sharing driving duties, you may have to include additional names on the rental agreement, which could increase the cost. Age is a factor, as drivers between the ages of 21 and 24 are more expensive. The best thing is to keep the number of drivers to a minimum to avoid supplementary fees and stress.
Review your car insurance policy; while rental reimbursement insurance covers the real cost of a rental car, it doesn’t protect the rented vehicle in the event of an accident. But before accepting the insurance option offered to you by the rental agent, check with your agent to see if your personal car insurance includes collision and the comprehensive coverage. In case you already have this coverage on your regular vehicle, there is a good chance it will transfer to a rental car to be sure to check your policy.
Get some education on travel policies; taking your rental car outside Uganda. You must check for restrictions or additional fees. About renting in a car beyond Uganda? Know that many insurance policies don’t give coverage abroad.
You need to fill up before returning; the rental companies often need that car be returned with a full tank of gas or they will charge you a substantial fee to refill the tank. Fill up yourself at a gas station near the rental outlet.
About bringing your own accessories; and with gas, rental car companies charge a higher rate often on a daily basis for extras like navigation systems or baby safety car seats. Please bring your own.
The driving safety background checks could block you; in case you’re driving record is not up to par, you can be rejected from renting a car even if you have got a reservation. Some of the rental companies look at your back ground to check for incidents of reckless driving, accidents or seat belt violations. In case your past doesn’t meet company standards, you could be out of luck
The inspection is necessary; make sure that you inspect the car thoroughly before signing the rental contract. You may not want to be accountable for the existing damage. Also, have an employee sign off on any ding, scratch or dent you spot. Many rental companies need you to sign an inspection form, but many people are in a hurry and rush through the process. Take this step seriously.
Try to avoid the costly airport locations. You can consider renting your car at a location away from the airport. Being able to rent and return at the terminal can be a more convenient option, but you can expect to pay for that convenience through the additional airport fees.
Beware of credit card blocks; are you nearing your credit limit or is your bank account balance so low, ask if the rental company puts a block on credit or debit cards, a practice used to ensure that customers have enough money to pay their bills.
About returning on time; you may be surprised to learn that you could be charged extra for returning your rental car early. Bringing the vehicle back ahead of time, later that agreed upon, could result in additional fees. In case you anticipate a change in drop off time, always ask the rental agent about the company policy. You should not wait until it’s too late.