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Yes, I can go find a 9-to-5 job and a barista type of thing, but I feel like this is a way to build relationships, get to know people, and travel. You go into a job knowing that this is what you want right?It’s a look into another lifestyle that I just didn’t have."It sounds like you’re blurring the lines between dating and networking. It’s an opportunity for growth, to enhance your life in some way, whether it be through pay or an opportunity.This is what I’m looking for."I tell them I’m looking for someone who is going to be open to potentially giving monetary funds, whether it’s doing trips or not being stingy with gifts. The other SDs, though, they'll pick me up somewhere close by, but never at my house.
I’m on the verge of hitting the ,000 mark by the end of May."Do you pay taxes on it?I also resell a lot of what they gift me because I don’t need 1,000 pairs of shoes and bags.Everyone has a different price value."How much have you made so far?And at the beginning, you state this is what you want to get out of it, and you have your eyes on the prize."Tell me about how these relationships would start."It’s usually always them initiating the conversation. I tell them I don’t do dates in public for the first month, but I’ll do Face Time, Skype calls, and from there we can schedule a date and go out to eat dinner and all that jazz.It’s like, hey, your profile is different, I like x,y,z about what you said, and I would love to get to know you more. I always make sure I vet them properly since safety is the number-one priority, and only two of my SDs know exactly where I live.