Hail to the V

Picture from the fabulous blog I have a Degree in This, who has some fantastic incites about this ad  http://www.ihaveadegreeinthis.com/2011/08/marketing-fail-summer-eves.html

They’re trying,  I guess.  The douche commercials.  You know how much I hate the commercial where the girl is looking in the window and is completely depressed because she has “embarrassing odor.”  Well now they have the new one.   Here’s the link:  http://youtu.be/ufdpf7bCXBo

My problem with it?  You don’t need Summers Eve.  Your pussy already rules.

The ad starts out sooooo dramatic.  Hail to the V:  it’s what men go into battle for.  Hail to the V:  Men will do anything for a pussy.  This demeans US and THEM.  At the end of the commercial they show a woman picking up the Summer’s Eve.  Why don’t you do something for it?  PLEASE.  Douching is not necessary unless your DOCTOR tells you it is necessary.  Our pussies clean themselves!  You have been given a gorgeous, luscious scent of your very own.  Own it.  Here is The Sassy Bitches’ way to celebrate her luscious scent and feminine core!

  1. Decorate it.
  2. Give yourself your own hot little orgasm.  Practice makes perfect.
  3. Trim, masque, comb, condition.  Pamper her like you would any other part of your body.  No douche required.
  4. Give her a sexy nickname.
  5. Know your gorgeous anatomy…every luscious lip and crevice.
  6. Get the song “Fergalicious” and sing “Pussylicious” to it instead.
  7. Read books like “The Yoni,” by Rufus C. Camphausen and visit Christina Camphausen’s blog for her Yoni Art: http://yoniportraits.blogspot.com/
  8. Take a picture of her and frame it.  That’s really Bitching it Up!

And don’t take those silly douche commercials seriously.  Don’t ever let anything or anyone question your feminine core.  It is PERFECT the way it is!!!

xoxo  Pussylicious Bitch

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The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat

Scott Zolak (L) and Andy Gresh (R) my heroes during a Patriots football game loss from 98.5 The Sports Hub. Picture from On Twitter: @GreshandZo

“Yesterday I went home and stared at the wall for 3 hours.  It’s like going crazy when you’re already nuts.”  Scott Zolak

The agony of defeat.  That’s exactly how I felt yesterday after The Patriots lost to the Buffalo Bills.  It made me laugh so hard this morning when I heard it on the Gresh and Zo radio show!  I know exactly where to go to heal my pain after a football loss.  Gresh and Zo.  XOXO to them.

That’s exactly how I felt yesterday-and I couldn’t go home and stare at the wall.  I had to be responsible and run a rehearsal for my improv group.  My friend Gio…who is in the group is just as frustrated as I am.  He is listening to the football game on his iPad as we try to find another building to rehearse in. (Normal building not available)  I’m so proud of my group though.  Everyone is stepping up.  I have limited knowledge of the area we rehearse in, so one is leading the way and another is making phone calls to the other group members so they can find us. This frees me up so I can charm the man who caught us rehearsing where we shouldn’t have been.  We finally find a space, and the game is over.  My best friend, Mary Ann, has heard the Patriots have lost and calls me to see if I’m okay.  I instantly feel better.  THIS is exactly what I need when the Patriots lose.  The frustration disappeared from my body.  Almost instantly.  I thanked her, told her I loved her, was in rehearsal so I would call her later.

After a hectic rehearsal, my friend Jason did the exact WORSE thing to me after a Patriots game.  He started picking on me and giving me **** about the loss.  I did not get angry.  Though I did enjoy the thought of throwing a table at him.  LOL.  I said, “My best friend did the perfect thing for me after the loss.  She called me to see how I was.  It made me feel so much better.”  He did a complete 180.  He became sweet and awesome!  We hung out and had a great chat and he gave me some fantastic knowledge about some things I was curious about.  By telling him what would make me feel better and not being angry about it, he became my hero.  I gave him that opportunity and it felt great for both of us!

How do you get here?

  1. Know how to deal with your anger and frustration.
  2. Discover what makes you feel better and stay grounded in it.
  3. Communicate it.

Using me as an example:

  1. Know how to deal with your anger and frustration.  For me it’s kick boxing, long walks-I must get my body moving!
  2. Discover what makes you feel better and stay grounded in it.  After a Patriots loss I listen to Gresh and Zo.  They feel the same way.  They always say the perfect thing which makes me laugh!
  3. Communicate it.  When people give me crap after the game, it makes me feel worse!  The person who saw through me and how much football means to me is a wonderful man named Daniel.  He called me after a loss because he saw me after a loss and knew how to make me feel better.  He didn’t DISMISS something that was so important to me.  xoxo to you, Daniel!  Because he gave me what I needed, I can share it with those I love.

Dealing with your anger is everything!  How do you deal, gorgeous?  Share on Bitch Lifestyle on Facebook   Love, Goddess

For more:

  1. Anger is Scary-If You Let it Be 
  2. So You Had a Bad Day 
  3. Venting Anger 101

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Male Strength and You

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Spa photo from the Natural Detoxes web site:  http://www.naturaldetoxes.com/detoxifying-spa-treatments/

Male Strength…

Men are strong for the people they love.  Remember one of my favorite scenes from Magnificent Seven:  http://bitchlifestyle.com/2010/07/giving-you-a-hot-sexy-shot-of-testosterone/   Men work hard for us.  They are providers.  They want be heroes.  Charles Bronson plays O’Reilly who develops a fan following of young boys.  The boys are in awe of O’Reilly’s skill as a gunman.  One tells him that he thinks he is courageous, unlike his father.  O’Reilly slaps him for the disrespect and says:

“Don’t you ever say that again about your fathers, because they are not cowards. You think I am brave because I carry a gun; well, your fathers are much braver because they carry responsibility, for you, your brothers, your sisters, and your mothers. And this responsibility is like a big rock that weighs a ton. It bends and it twists them until finally it buries them under the ground. And there’s nobody says they have to do this. They do it because they love you, and because they want to. I have never had this kind of courage. Running a farm, working like a mule every day with no guarantee anything will ever come of it. This is bravery. That’s why I never even started anything like that… that’s why I never will.”

Because he loves you.  If he can make you smile, it makes him smile.  HOT!!  He gains strength from your well being and happiness.  This is so smokin’ hot it makes me warm all over.  That’s why whenever your man comes home to you I want you to wrap him in your arms and give him a warm hug and a hot, sexy kiss.  I’m going to share with you a poem one of my followers on Twitter wrote and sent to me.

To Be Of That My Moiety

 ~You are the thought that keeps me sane
you take from me my wanderings pain~
~You give me strength when I am weak
you give me hope when all is bleak~
~You give me joy when I am sad
you make me laugh when I am mad~
~When I am cold you make me warm
you heal my heart when it’s been torn~
~In all you are you are to me
in that of love I make my plea~
~I love you more than all in life
and ask of you to be my wife~
~To wear my ring from of my heart
‘til that of death unto we part~
~To have and hold to let me keep
be that your safe for all time be~
~To be of that my moiety
my better half equality~
~To lay my bed in of the night
to know your fears that I may smite~
~To wake the morn in your adorne
to feel your body so close and warm~
~To taste the sweetness in of your kiss
to bask in that of Heaven’s bliss~
~To smell the scent of your perfume
to bathe in flowers of fetching bloom~
~To sit in front the fire place
to hold and cuddle caress your face~
~Towalk the beach a summer’s day
to run and tease the ocean’s waves~
~To light and gaze the Christmas Tree
to spend together each Noel’s Eve~
~To know of that each other’s need
and live by that the Hearten creed~
~So once again I ask your hand
to make of me an honest man~
~In that I am I promise do
to love and hold and cherish you~
~To keep you safe for all time be
forever day eternity~
Duke Sherman

It sounds like when a man has a strong loving woman in his life, he comes home to his own Private Spa at night.  Think about it.  That’s how much power we have!  So if you have a good man who is providing, loving and adoring you?  Why not be his Warm, Sassy Bitch Spa?  xoxo  Love, Goddess

For more gorgeous poems, check out Duke’s web site:  http://duketheman465.blogspot.com/2011/09/to-be-of-that-my-moiety.html?spref=tw   on Twitter:  @DUKETHEMAN1

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Cleopatra

Cleopatra
Thank you for the gorgeous image!  From Daily Mail UK

Cleopatra…one of the most famous women to ever walk the earth.  A powerful leader.  If you are interested in leadership Cleopatra is a women that you should add to your research. A woman who can inspire your leadership training, leadership development and women in business.  I mean, after all, this woman embraced her role like no ones’ business.  😉  She can inspire all of us as women… because I believe we all have our own version of Cleopatra deep within us.  What does yours look like?

I found this gorgeous picture of the Queen at the web site Mail Online.  It’s the result of taking ancient artifacts, extensive research and adding the magic of 3D imaging.  She truly was a beautiful and powerful looking woman!  I would love to have a few hours alone with her.  Soak in her knowledge.  Imagine learning from such an intelligent, fearless leader and seductress.  She wasn’t promiscuous.  She only loved two men in her life and they never owned her.  They worshipped her.

According to records, she did whatever she felt was necessary for Alexandria.  Because of this strong, confident approach, she was dethroned in favor of her younger brother, Ptolemy XIII, by a group of powerful court officials.  They felt he would be easier to handle than our Goddess Cleopatra.  Think that would stop her?

Please.

She paid attention.  She watched, analyzed and waited for her opportunity to take back her control.  When Caesar arrived in Alexandria, he and his Roman army swept in and took the power away from her brother.  Cleopatra saw the opportunity and took it.  This is when she decided to wrap herself up in a carpet and present herself to Caesar.  No shrinking violet, she demanded to be reinstated Queen, appealed to his ego and became his lover.  He gave her Egypt and she gave him a son.  From all accounts I’ve read, they had a mutual respect and admiration for each other.

After Caesars’ assassination, she waited to see who would emerge as potential ruler of Rome.  Mark Antony, Octavian and Lepidus emerged triumphant politically.  The one she targeted was Mark Antony.  She studied his weaknesses and strengths and used them to her and Egypts’ advantage.  Like any good ruler would.  Unlike in the movies, it seems as though the love affair between Cleopatra and Antony wasn’t as epic as depicted.  He adored her for awhile and then it seemed as though later he exploited Cleopatra for her money.  Cleopatra only agreed if it benefited her.

Another part of her life that has been inaccurately portrayed in movies involves her suicide.  It wasn’t over her finding out that Antony had been killed.  When Octavian defeated Cleopatra and Mark Antony’s armies, Octavian’s triumph was carefully explained to her. He had no interest in any relationship, negotiation or reconciliation with the Queen of Egypt. She would be displayed as a slave in the cities she had ruled over.  She would not live this way, so she had an asp, an Egyptian cobra, brought to her hidden in a basket of figs.  She was royalty and would choose her fate.

From the web site Tour Egypt

“What is often not associated with Cleopatra was her devotion to her country. She was a quick-witted woman who was fluent in nine languages, however, Latin was not one of them. She was a mathematician and a very good businesswoman. She had a genuine respect for Caesar, whose intelligence and wit matched her own. Antony on the other hand almost drove her insane with his lack of intelligence and his excesses. She dealt with him and made the most of what she had to do. She fought for her country. She had a charismatic personality, was a born leader and an ambitious monarch who deserved better than suicide.”

Homework:  In this post I’ve described some of the liberties taken with Cleopatra’s portrayal in movies.  I still recommend seeing the movie “Cleopatra” starring Elizabeth Taylor.  I loved how Cleopatra called Mark Antony on all his crap.  Brilliance we can all learn from. I really enjoyed watching her with Caesar.  They were my preferred couple.  So rent this movie, adorn yourself like a Queen, eat and drink only that which you adore and watch a strong woman in action.  How’s that for a fun assignment?  Oh…and one of my favorite quotes in the movie is a perfect leadership quote.  Or relationship quote.  Or famous women quote:

“I will not be triumphed over.”  Cleopatra

😉  Love, Goddess

What’s the first step in not taking any crap from men?  To start your journey to being worshipped by men?   This powerful tool in session 1 will help put you on that very path:   Your Re-Awakening 

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