Friday, December 30, 2016

2016 Fitness Tweeks

Picture Courtesy of Strong Board
I learned a number of valuable lessons fitness-wise this year. I realized I was eating far too few carbs and that relying primarily on protein does not work well with my metabolism. I learned I lift better after a large meal instead of my typical veggie/berry/protein powder smoothie. I learned the joy of whole body vibration to recover from strength training and as a quick energy recharger. And I more actively incorporated meditation with balance challenges into my routine. Mediation for the mind while micro-training my core. I started using a firm balance board for seated meditation and the difference is phenomenal. I sit, put the headphones on with a 30 minute meditation and bliss out ... whish I confess was an often much-needed diversion from the rollercoaster that was 2016.

Best wishes to you for health and happiness in 2017.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Minor Hiccup - I'm changing webhosts

Hi folks!
Just a quick note to let you know that I am changing webhosts. My website is currently down but it should be back online shortly. Hope you're good!

Tuesday, August 16, 2016


This clit stimulator. Below is the most g-rated youtube video I could find. ;)
Available on Amazon here

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Are you getting clean or getting dirty???

Hey folks!
I hope everyone is having a fabulous start to their summer.

This is a follow-up to my earlier post about Color Runs. You can read about them here but in a nutshell, it's a 5k where runners are pelted with colored dust. I don't know why messy 5ks inspire me ... but they do.

Well - the schedule is now out for the Foam Runs in So Cal. A "Foam Run" is a cross between a foam party and a 5k held at night. Neon foam, black lights, a medley of color, music, love. Proceeds support childhood cancer awareness and Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

The upcoming event schedule for this fall in So Cal is as follows:
  • Lake Elsinore - September 24, 2016
  • Irvine - November 5, 2016
  • San Diego - November 12, 2016
More info can be found at (All pictures courtesy of FoamGlow)

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Looking for a sex therapist in SoCal

There are 1000 different reasons a man would seek out paid companionship. One reason I've heard a handful of times is that "my pyschotherapist suggested I see an escort." I'm always grateful when I learn someone has found their way to me through a therapist's referral.

Over time, I've come to understand the therapeutic and healing properties of paid companionship for a man - especially when a relationship is cultivated over the course of months or years. I confess that when I started escorting, I had very little idea of the myriad of ways female companionship could help a man heal.

However, I sometimes hit a road block. Or more accurately, a person I'm seeing hits a road block.

I'm speaking specifically of fetishists. Best as I've been able to  discern - there are 3 ways that a fetishist can feel about their fetish.
  1. They love indulging their fetish and don't hide it from others.
  2. They love indulging their fetish but DO hide it from others.
  3. They feel their fetish impedes - in some way - their ability to feel "normal" in their relationships and this is source of great angst.
And it's for "Group #3" that I write today. I am seeking a referral to one or more sex therapists in Los Angeles/Orange County that have expertise in the area of fetishes. I don't know much about the sex therapy industry in Southern California. But I do know a few men who want help with their fetish - help that I can't provide. If you are - or know of - a legit sex therapist in Southern California, please send the therapist's contact info/CV/website link to me at

Thank you so much for your help!