Should You Keep Work While Dating a Sugar Daddy
For many new sugar babies who have just started dating sugar daddies, the question often comes to mind: should they keep their jobs while have a sugar baby date? In fact, your choice ultimately depends on where you are and what you want to be, and no one has the right to interfere with who you become. But I would say that most smart sugar babies keep their jobs even if they date a rich sugar daddy.
This is the wisest choice for sugar babies, because: your own job can give you a sense of security, if one day your sugar daddy does not want to continue with you, or his financial problems, at least you can support yourself. Plus, if you have a source of income of your own, you won't have a fight over how much allowance to negotiate with your sugar daddy. If something goes wrong with your sugar relationship, you're free to leave because sugar daddies aren't your main source of income. Remember, if your current job offers you the opportunity to eventually move up the ladder or learn a lot, don't quit your job for anything, even if your sugar daddy doesn't pay you as much as he or she makes you.
However, if your job is not satisfying, your current job won't lead to the career you ultimately want, or your current job won't allow you to learn more new knowledge, then it's OK to give up the job, but you need to have some plans before you do.
Make sure you have a strong safety net.
Sugar daddies aren't the safest. A good safety net is to make sure you have enough money in your savings account to support yourself for at least three to six months without a sugar daddies or a job.
Take the time to learn anything that will bring you closer to your dream job.
Learn a new language, study economics, and spend time on certificates or training courses.
Also, make sure you have a plan for self-improvement.
If you want to be a good sugar baby, you should strive to improve yourself and buy yourself time to improve your current skills. You'd better spend your time learning new skills and gaining the experience needed to get a better job.
Of course, I don't mean to say that you should never give up your job for sugar daddy.
But you should make the best decision for yourself no matter what. If you decide to quit your dead-end job, take advantage of the benefits your sugar daddy has to offer, and try to use the willingness he has to give you to improve yourself and increase your value to the best of your ability. That way, when your sugar daddy leaves you, at least you learn something that will pave the way for your next sugar daddy date.
A stable, loving relationship provides you with a way to gain both time and money (albeit temporarily), so make the most of it. I highly recommend you joining www.sugarbabydate.org, which can let you find a healthy sugar relationship.