In the breaks of a fabulous lifestyle, most of us Sugar Babes belong to the middle class. If Sugar Dating is not your whole life, you have a particle of normalcy. I like diversity. When I step into the world of glamour, I am somebody else. A nonchalant bitch in a spectacular dress and impeccable manners. When I come back to reality though, I’m a gray mouse working on a laptop in the library. I lead a “hyggeligt” life. Early, peaceful mornings, long walks and enjoying life.
The life of part-time Sugar Baby is a blend of normality with a dash of excitement. Because I’m a public figure, I get recognized. However, I’m unrecognizable in a pulled-down tracksuit, buying a favorite rye bread. Normality is necessary to keep a healthy mind. My income doesn’t depend on Sugar Dating. I write The Blog clearly for pleasure, and I have a separate business that allows me to support myself. How I remain productive? Work hard, play hard. Every day I take steps to build my future. I am fully aware that Sugar Dating will go into oblivion, and I do not intend to pursue botox to keep eternal youth.
First of all, you must have a plan. What part of your time will you sacrifice to Sugar Daddy and when will you focus on your own activities? Create what you want to achieve. Perhaps the benefits will allow you to complete your plans or dreams. This is the reward. Be responsible and do not neglect anyone, yourself or him. I care for my mental health, calming down when I’m not in a party mood. Because when you are with your Daddy, positivity and readiness for everything are a requirement. Sex, drugs and rock & roll. Joking. Beauty, class and great company.
I never considered myself a lazy person but I was taught some real productivity by one of my Sugar Daddies. A retired millionaire living on an exotic island. Wake up before the sunrise to take advantage of the freshness of the mind. Caring for the body by swimming every morning. Filling the body with a healthy breakfast. Readiness for a productive day.
ALWAYS leave the house. It does not matter if you’re a successful Sugar Baby, or you work from home. The house is your relaxation temple. Hustle and bustle outside give you energy and motivation. Thus, others have an impact on your productivity. As I said before, I learned a lot from Sugar Daddies. We have explored topics of business, economics and interpersonal relationships. You can get more out of them than just benefits like a luxurious lifestyle or gifts. They’ve succeeded through hard work, and I assure you that they will be more than happy to share their guidance with you. Men love to be an authority, and you listen carefully. The lessons that he will give you are his experiences that you will not learn at school. To sum up, plan your life to learn, enjoy and build your future at the same time.