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Sex and Spring

Sex and Spring

  Tennyson wrote, “In the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” Well… what about it? Is there a real relationship between the pages of a calendar with respect to age as well as sexual seasonality? There is very little hard data to be found that correlates desire and the vernal

Stressed Out? Have some sex!

Stressed Out?  Have some sex!

With the transition to becoming solo, there comes a great deal of worry.  But you’re not alone.  Studies show that 40% of all Americans lose sleep because of some type of stress.  52% of Americans worry about their health and 62% of those of us over 65 years worry about money.  We live in a

Note To Self: Go Out.

Note To Self: Go Out.

If you have not gone on a date, had a meal out, or seen a movie in the past month, then it is time to push yourself.  Static friction is hard to overcome but we have found that once you get some inertia going, it tends to perpetuate itself. Many of our Suddenly Solos use

Suddenly Solo Spring Cleaning

Suddenly Solo Spring Cleaning

  Just because many of us now live by ourselves, this does not absolve us of the responsibility to keep our environs clean and orderly. The condition of our surroundings has a powerful effect on our sense of self. So as we move into spring, let’s embrace the spirit and undertake some relatively simple projects

Spring Time Is Car Time!

Spring Time Is Car Time!

    After an exceptionally long and hard winter, we are finally hearing the last gasps of that season.  For us guys, this holds the promise of more outdoor pursuits and a general feeling of renewal.  One of the ways to celebrate the arrival of moderate weather is by doing a little work on our

Red, Red Wine: A Balance Enhancer?

Red, Red Wine: A Balance Enhancer?

Although it may sound counter-intuitive, a substance found in red wine could help prevent mobility issues and reduce the risk of life-threatening falls amongst senior citizens, researchers announced during a meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) that took place in August of 2012. Lead researcher Dr. Jane E. Cavanaugh of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh,

Should you go for an OLED television? 4K LCD?? Let’s explain first!

Should you go for an OLED television? 4K LCD?? Let’s explain first!

At the risk of becoming obsolete by the time we publish this, the viewing technology of flat screens has exploded recently with the advent of new ways to create a picture. Many people compare OLED vs. 4K when shopping for new televisions but that’s not a good way to research. For example, there at 4K

Ordering Wine On A Date

Ordering Wine On A Date

Our studies show that women like wine.  It is their favorite alcoholic beverage.  So when you are on a dinner date, ordering wine smoothly will go far. If you are a regular wine drinker, then this will not be a big deal, but there are some Suddenly Solos who might need a little refresher. •

Time To Change Your Locks?

Time To Change Your Locks?

  It is amazing how infrequently people change the locks to their homes or apartments, but it’s an important aspect of home security. Many people don’t recall if their home was re-fitted when they first moved in.  It is very possible that previous tenants/owners may still have the keys to your place! Almost 87% of

What Do Teeth and Grammar Have in Common?

What Do Teeth and Grammar Have in Common?

According to a just-released national study conducted by the Internet dating giant, Match.com, good teeth and good grammar are the two most important things that singles are looking for in a potential mate (Apparently having an attractive mouth is a good first step, but watching what comes out of it is also important!). Following these

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