Now, for the record, I’m not a princess. I work hard for my money (day job), spend it wisely, and have an array of investments that keep me afloat and prepared for my future. I used to be much less mature with my finances, mostly because I made less and spent more (handbag fetish was partially to blame), but over a short amount of time, as sugar daddies have entered my life, I’ve learned from their spending habits!
One of the reasons I continue to sugar daddy date, mainly through SD specific dating sites like sugarsugar.com, is because wealthy men spend their money wisely, always finding ways to cut corners in order to save more, and I love that! I have a thirst of knowledge in the way of finance that keeps me cumming (excuse me, coming) back for more.
Most of the sugar daddies I’ve known, whether I dated them or not, have a creative way about them surrounding their business ventures. Frankly, I’d much rather learn from a SD’s business failings than venture into those arenas myself. I’ll take the good, the bad, and the ugly from their experiences and use the information as I see fit in my own life.
Part of the game of life and dating is learning from your own, as well as other’s, mistakes. I have made plenty of my own mistakes while playing the sugar daddy dating game that I have learned from—believe me; I just want to share those lessons with other sugar babies so they don’t have to make the same mistakes, hopefully saving some precious time and embarrassment. Just like me learning creative business and financial practices from sugar daddies, newer sugar babies can learn from my dating faux pas.
The way I see it is: in order to gain knowledge, you have to know which questions to ask—I ask savvy businessmen questions all-day long about the ways in which their financial choices aide or take away from the quality of their lifestyle. I hope that my sugar daddy dating choices can do the same for young sugar babies—ask and ye shall receive!