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These are more fun than a night of binge­watch­ing series in your PJS (yes, re­ally). Life coach Kirsten Long ad­vises on love, work and more.

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Has ‘Net­flix and chill’ turned into just Net­flix, and chill? You’re not alone. Re­search shows that 65% of us watch TV in bed, and one in five do it to avoid hav­ing sex. Sounds de­press­ing, but the good news is that we can get our­selves in the mood, even if we’re too busy or tired – or just not fussed. Here, read­ers share what works for them.

“We set aside one night a week for ‘us’. We’ll go for sup­per, have some wine and talk. Sched­uled sex might seem un­ro­man­tic, but our lives are busy, and at least this way the chance of sex is 50% more likely com­pared to any other night.” – Juno, 29

“I’ve been with my boyfriend for four years, so that ini­tial can’t-keep-ourhands-off-each-other stuff has changed. For me, fo­cus­ing on kiss­ing is a great way to ini­ti­ate be­ing phys­i­cal. The slow build-up is a big turn-on and in­evitably leads to sex.” – Vicky, 28

Q“I’ve just changed jobs and it’s not turn­ing out to be what I ex­pected. How long do I give it be­fore leav­ing?”

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