5 Reasons You Should Give Up Sex and Devote Your Life to Cute Socks

If you haven’t heard of sock of the month clubs yet, allow me to introduce you to one of the most delightful and charming ways to fill your drawers with socks that you’ll never be able to take off again. A sock of the month club sends you a new pair of socks every month — really, who doesn’t want that? These services are also a great gift idea if you have friends or family members who share your fondness for cozy cotton and quality craftsmanship in their footwear accessories.

1) Save Money
All-in-one sock subscriptions are a great way to save money, but they also help prevent you from buying an old pair of worn out socks at a thrift store (or worse, walking around barefoot). Plus, who doesn’t love opening up their mail box each month and finding a new pair of socks waiting for them? It feels like Christmas! So cancel your subscription to Women’s Health Magazine or whatever else you have going on in your life. Let socks be your number one priority. Trust us—it will pay off in spades down the road. Think of how sad other people must feel when they see that you get 5 pairs of socks a month—and all they can afford is two scented candle sticks. You rule, socks lover. Now go make some more sock friends! May 15, 2017 by Andrea Seigel Posted on May 16, 2017 by admin 8 Comments May 15, 2017 When do we teach our girls to drive? Why do so many girls wait until senior year of high school to learn?! Can I just tell you about my youngest daughter here? She passed her road test for her license on Friday...with flying colors.

2) Get Rid of Excess Baggage
If you’re looking for a side gig that’s both profitable and fun, look no further than cute socks. Whether you get paid per pair or run your own sock subscription service, there are plenty of business models available. And, yes, socks are gross—but don’t think of it as another annoying item on your list; instead, think of them as an opportunity to be cool (i.e., hip). Even if socks aren’t your thing, there are all sorts of other small items you can sell from home—customize jewelry, snack food and coffee beans, just to name a few. The opportunities are endless! So ditch sex and those wacko relationships already...and try something new: give up sex for sock money!
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3) Don’t Feel Bad About Yourself
Do you want a pair of cool socks but think they’re frivolous? Ever tell yourself, I shouldn’t buy these cute socks, I should save my money for something more important. Don’t feel bad about yourself. We all make these mistakes. Instead, get rid of your need to be productive by adhering to rules that just don’t make sense anymore. Save your money for whatever makes you happy. As soon as you realize that it doesn’t matter what other people think of how you spend your money, things become easier. What really matters is whether or not it brings you happiness. And if getting new socks every month through an affordable sock subscription service does that for you—well then who cares if there are people who might look down on it! They probably have boring socks anyway! So instead of feeling guilty about ordering those weekly subscriptions in lieu of buying your wife flowers—just do it! You deserve it and so does she. Tell her why you love socks so much and enjoy being silly together! It will bring even more joy into your relationship than that silly old bouquet ever would. Plus you can show off those nice socks when you see them! Who wants to show off a bunch of wilting flowers anyways?! Not us...that’s for sure.

4) It Will Change Your Life For The Better
Most of us lead busy lives. Between work, personal commitments, and everything else that comes along with living a full life, there isn’t a lot of time left for anything else—and sex is typically one of those things that falls by the wayside when you’re too busy. However, if you were to devote yourself entirely to cute socks instead of sex or anything else that makes you happy (because who has time for things like happiness?), your entire life would change—for the better! If people in general are happier when they have their priorities straight, think about how much happier you could be without ever having to sleep with another person again. Not only will you not have to spend endless hours worrying about your next booty call and how soon it will come around again, but you won’t even have to get dressed up for a night out; all of that energy can be spent building an empire from cute socks. The possibilities really are endless once you decide to go on a sock-only diet. So whether you’re looking for a new way to de-stress or just need something meaningful in your life, make sock shopping your new favorite hobby—you won’t regret it! Now that I look back on my old sock collection, I realize I was missing out all these years. Think about it: As hard as we try to create meaning in our lives through other means, nothing can hold a candle to how amazing cute socks are. They brighten your day every time you wear them (even before anyone gets to see them), improve how everyone views you and all around just improve the quality of your life! Seriously, what more could someone ask for?

5) Have A Realistic View of Relationships
Having realistic expectations of relationships is one way to ensure you’re not setting yourself up for failure. If your definition of a great relationship includes three dates a week, nights out every weekend, and a red-hot sex life, you might want to rethink things. If we want our relationships with others to be fulfilling and rewarding, it’s important that we keep our expectations realistic. Just because someone isn’t interested in spending all their free time with us doesn’t mean they don’t love us as much as they do; sometimes there are just other factors that influence our partner's decision to spend time away from us. Being on board with how others define commitment shows us how much respect we have for our partners. Plus, reality can be pretty good: When our expectations are set appropriately, and when we have solid conversations about them (the best kind), reality can actually feel pretty amazing. Holding onto unrealistic ideals—and demanding that our partners live up to them—can be a surefire recipe for resentment. And no one likes resentment...unless it comes with onions and a cheese sauce, then who doesn't like resentment?