Posts tagged: Sugar Advisor

Sugar Advisor: Beautiful and Desperate

Imagine the sunset on a coast in Saint Tropez. Fireball on the red sky is gradually and slowly disappearing behind the horizon.Water is splashing against the walls of luxury yachts. You are wearing a silk creamy dress and observing a wonderful palette of sky colors, […]

Sugar Advisor: “Money may not buy happiness, but I’d rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus”

There are two kinds of wealthy people. Rich workaholics and slightly richer ones, both of which are celebrating “La dolce vita”. It will be harder for you to recognize the second type.They don’t flaunt their wealth. They wear old jeans and faded T-shirts. Keyword? Accessories. […]

Sugar Advisor: The girl on the train

Girl on the train Switzerland. The land flowing with milk and honey. Tax heaven. You’ve won in life if you can afford a 100€ Emmental cheese fondue. I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing the magical Alps. The debauchery and the richness of taste in food […]

Sugar Advisor: Morons are a dime a dozen

Morons are a dime a dozen     It’s mathematically unmanageable to determine how to find an alpha male. You are an attractive female looking for moments of exaltation and appreciation. Your mailbox is bursting at the seams of “must-be“ censored messages. Repetitive mantra “How […]

Sugar Advisor: Sucre en Suède

Sucre en Suède Gothenburg. The second-largest city in Sweden, situated on the west coast. A mecca for wealthy and influential Swedes, just after Stockholm. I had a privilege to spend a weekend there with H. H who is my daddy. A Lost man with a […]

Sugar Advisor: I am a goal digger

I am a goal digger What do I do when there is no sugar daddy on the display? Shocker, I work as a cleaning lady. In a break from the luxurious lifestyle, I descend to the working class. I don’t mind it, I like diversity. […]

Sugar Advisor: “Sugar is like a drug”

Oliwia Misiak, an intelligent, strategic and reflective Sugar Baby on SugarDaters®’s website had the great initiative by contacting us and offered her contribution to our blog. It was a value proposition that was truly hard to refuse. Why? Because she writes about her very own […]