What Is a Luxury Sex Toy?

What is a luxury sex toy? Everything from hand-crafted Murano glass dildos to gold plated vibrators!

Most sex toys consistent of poor design, materials that are not body-safe, don’t last beyond one or 2 uses and are loud enough to be heard in the next state.

Luxury sex toy’s performance, design, materials, and durability make them strikingly superior to the other adult toys in the market. Luxury adult toys are bought by discerning customers who seek a balance between style and substance and are willing to pay for a better product.

Why does performance matter? The best sex toys have stronger and quieter motors, which means better stimulation and more intense orgasms. Also, someone in the next room won’t hear what you are up to! High quality motors also have more speeds and settings so you don’t get bored. Many premium vibrators are remote controlled to make it easier to use alone or to use with a partner. Thinking about having fun in the shower or tub? Now you can because many of these adult toys are waterproof so that you can have fun anywhere.

What kind of materials are used in luxury adult toys? All luxury adult toys are body safe. They are phthalate free and use the highest grade medical silicone, where the silicone won’t disintegrate or breakdown over time. Other materials used are eco-friendly and last forever. Green and sustainable materials include: 24K gold; stainless steel; aluminum; stone; wood; and glass.

What about battery life? With luxury adult toys, you don’t have to worry about always having batteries on hand or being in the middle of something when the batteries die. The best vibrators are usually rechargeable or have a strong battery life.

How many of us love Apple products? Their entire product line is not only functional but beautiful. Some might even say that they are works of art. The same is true for luxury sex toys. Some are so beautiful or nondescript that you could leave them out in your bedroom and no one would know their true function. Premium sex toys manufacturers are innovators. They design products that are unique and stylish and are have added some cool new features. Luxury doesn’t always stop at the actual product. The packaging that comes with the high quality adult toys is elegant and beautifully designed as well.

Simply put and what has stood the test of time: you get what you pay for.

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Resorts the Kids Will Love

Planning a family trip away can often be a grueling experience. You have to take a great load of things into consideration: how far afield should you go? How long is the flight? Is the hotel or resort safe for children? And is there enough to entertain the little ones?

We have chosen some of our best resorts and hotels and taken the guesswork out of your family holiday.

Below you’ll find a handful of amazing properties that are great for both adults and children alike:

ALDEMAR KNOSSOS ROYAL VILLAGE, Crete, Greece

Children will never get bored at Knossos. The resort has a wealth of facilities that will keep guests of all ages happy. Aldemar Knossos Royal Village offers seven swimming pools, including two freshwater pools for children. The resort also boasts a giant 45m waterslide, tennis, entertainment table-tennis, mini-golf, games rooms, giant chess board, and range of watersports for older children and adults.

BOVEY CASTLE, Dartmoor, England

This beautiful English countryside retreat is the perfect place to take the family. Not only will they get to explore the natural surroundings, but they will also get the chance to have lots of fun in the play barn and children’s entertainment is provided during the school holidays. Babies are more than welcome at Bovey and special meals are provided for young guests.

ATRIUM PALACE THALASSO SPA RESORT & VILLAGE, Rhodes, Greece

Whilst parents relax in the sunshine, they can be rest assured that their children will find plenty of play areas to keep them occupied. This resort features fabulous split-level swimming pools, cascading waterfalls, tennis courts and a kid’s club for younger children.

Atrium palace also offers car and bike hire, so the whole family can enjoy exciting day trips outside of the resort.

BEAU-RIVAGE PALACE, Lausanne, Switzerland

This stunning lakeside property offers an abundance of features that sets the hotel apart from its non-family orientated counterparts. Special meals are provided on the room service menu, children’s TV channels in the room, and baby supplies as well as complimentary toy boxes, according to the child’s age. Children’s entertainment is also provided, in the form of treasure hunts, pastry lessons, flower lessons and a playground.

ELYSIUM, Paphos, Cyprus

Ideally located on a white sandy beach, this resort is a good choice for families visiting Cyprus. Whilst parents relax in the hotel spa, children will be looked after at Angel’s Kid’s Club. Families can enjoy the swimming pools, video games arcade and for younger children there’s an outdoor swimming pool. Special meals are available for children.

 

Designing For Kids -The CastleFort Story

“It should be about this big…”

My six-year-old son’s voice trailed away as he paced off an area in our back yard about the size of a blimp hangar.

“…and about that tall…”

He pointed to the top of the tallest tree in the neighborhood, but had the Sears Tower been on Bellaire Avenue he would have chosen it instead.

“…And it should be red…”

My two-year old interrupted: “and yellow…”

“…with a windmill on top, and a rope ladder, and a slide, and a swing, and…can you build it today?”

“Well,” I said, and started to explain that before we could even start to build his new tree house, plans had to be drawn; cost estimates had to be calculated, and we hadn’t even picked out a site yet. It was a pretty big tree house so we might need a structural engineer. Could I build it myself or would I need to get competitive bids from contractors? I was just getting to the part about applying for a building permit when he broke in:

“Dad,” he said, “you can do it, you’re an arky-tek.”

(Slight pause as I choked down the lump of pride rising in my throat – how could I say no to that?)

“Okay. Hand me my credit card, son, we’re off to the lumberyard.”

Like a lot of architectural projects, this one started off with a clash of dreams and reality. As the “director” of a project, I’m often challenged to sort out the possible from the impossible and simultaneously create something beautiful, useful, and lasting. And if my client is open to alternatives and willing to explore options to control the cost, then we’ve got a realistic chance of bringing the project in near the budget.

But the budget for the “castlefort”, as my kids had now come to calling it, was only $300. And even that began to look like a distant dream when we got to the lumberyard. Yikes! For a minute, I thought the prices were in Yen.

I just needed utility-grade lumber, not the straightest, smoothest boards on earth; not perfect knot-free specimens lovingly hand-carved from trees that had lived long and happy lives and in the end, had fallen softly into thick beds of pine straw – just plain old 2 x 4’s.

Eventually, I culled out the worst looking boards from the bunch and talked the store manager into a sizeable discount. We were back on budget.

I’d known early on that the biggest problem we faced in the siting and design of our tree house was the lack of trees, or at least trees that could support a tree house. But there is always another solution lurking in the background, hidden behind the pile of baggage in my brain that keeps trying to tell me what a tree house should look like. The solution was really quite simple when I realized that it wasn’t so much that the tree house had to be up in a tree, it just mostly had to be up. And so we built it on stilts in a simplified version of coastal construction where pilings are sunk into the sand to hold up the floor deck. With my six-year old supervising, I set four 4 x 4’s into postholes and filled them with concrete.

The rest of the project had many of the elements of a “real” house; framing, siding, roofing, painting, even indoor/outdoor carpeting. I balked at my son’s request for electricity and cable TV but gave in on the chimney/skylight.

Painting was collaboration between my kids, my wife, and me; the adults handling the outside while the kids tackled the interior décor. To the relief of our neighbors, the exterior complements the house. The inside, however, looks like an oven after a particularly bad lasagna explosion. But the kids love it, and so do I.

Right from the beginning the castlefort was a huge hit with the neighbors and their kids. At every party it’s the first place the kids go and it is the center of activity for almost every game they can think up. But then a funny thing happened – the neighbor kids started asking their dads when they’d start building their castleforts. For at least one dad, the pressure was too much; his tree house is on schedule for a late spring completion.

Let’s Have a Pool Party!

If you are one of those who loves giving Summer parties for friends, relatives, neighbors and coworkers, a pool-barbecue party is a very good idea which will surely be a great success and make your party stand out.

If you don’t own a pool, it may be time considering buying one: above ground, easy-to-set pools, are a great choice if you want something temporary or would not rather have construction works done in your backyard. Besides they are cheap and comes in many sizes, so that you can easily choose which is the best for you.

Once you have a pool, you can start planning your party. A pool-barbecue party is really a wonderful idea because you provide your guests with a fun way to stay together while cooling off and it will surely much appreciated because not everybody has the luxury of owning a pool.

During the planning, you should decide where your guests are going to wear their swimming suits, where they can have a shower and/or dry themselves. A careful and precise logistic planning is required in order to avoid any mess during the party and this is essential if you have many guests: you surely don’t want them freely go around your house and wet your carpet!

Make also sure you have plenty large towels on hand for those who forgot theirs and have at least 2 working hairdryers.

One of the things which will turn your party into a success is the amount and variety of pool supplies and accessories you provide your guests. You should not forget to have one or two beach balls and some others inflatable toys which are really cheap. You might have already a floating chair: if not, you should buy one. There are many floating chairs and loungers which can be purchased for a very reasonable price and would add fun to the party. Many floaters are specifically designed for kids and you should not miss to have something for them too. You should also consider buying an inflatable water slide which would be a great fun for kids and adults alike. Also a water sprinkle would be a wonderful idea for kids who would enjoy it a lot. There are lots of different inflatable toys and games available at affordable prices that you are only limited by the great choice!!

Pools activities will increase your guests hanger, so plan the food quantity having this in mind! Besides the meet for the grill, you should have various side dished to meet everybody taste. If you are going to invite a large amount of people, the best thing to do is to prepare a buffet counter so that your guests can help themselves thus reducing your load of work. You should prepared light dishes which can be enjoyed in the hot season. A large amount of vegetables should be considered, so you can prepare many kind of salad. You can also prepare macaroni salad, potatoes salad, and many kind of pies like a spinach pie. Get plenty of fruits and prepare also a fruit salad which will surely be appreciated by everybody.

You might consider having some alcoholic drinks for those who like them, but you should also have plenty of water. Sugary beverages increase thirst, so you should not have many. Prefer water and some sugar free drinks. Consider a large amount of beverages because without refreshing drinks your guests, especially kids and seniors, could become dehydrated and feel bad in the end because of the heat. It’s also important that you create some shadow spots for them to rest for a while in case they get annoyed by the sun.

Origami For Kids – A Great Way to Unleash Your Child’s Creativity

Origami was developed back in the 1800’s by the Japanese and it is considered an art-form of paper folding. It has been both popular with adults as well as children in Japan for centuries, and now enjoyed by the West as well.

Rather than having plastic toys to play with, children back then would learn to create their own using just a plain piece of white or colored paper (or even a combination of both). They obviously did not have the luxuries that kids have nowadays.

Origami is a great way of developing a child’s ability to focus on a task to achieve something beautiful, and at the same time build his hand and eye coordination. It can be a great past-time or hobby to instill in your children and is suitable for children 3 years and older.

The seduction of Origami is the finished product – something you can create by hand and bring to life, mimicking either and object, person, plant or animal. Kids although young, enjoy the satisfaction of creating something on their own, especially when it is a work of art. In fact, for kids that have not yet developed drawing skills, it can be a great way of getting them to be artistic without the need for putting pencil to paper.

By buying a book on Origami for your kids, you are giving them a chance to not only follow the folding guides within the book, you are helping them develop persistence towards the task ahead of them.

With Origami, some creations can be extremely basic and easy to do, while others require higher levels of skills and experience in order to achieve properly. Thus, the kids learn how to develop this skill though time and dedication.

When getting your kids started with Origami, start off by attempting a simple project with them, until they get used to it. Lead by example and get your kids to follow suit, and if they can’t seem to work out how to do a certain fold, give them time to solve the puzzle by themselves, as this way they will gain a sense of pride for accomplishing something totally on their own.

Let your kids know that it takes practice to become good with Origami along with everything else in life, and persistence is the key to creating a beautiful toy of out paper. You will find that kids enjoy learning what you have to teach them, even if it means doing it over and over again.