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An Australian Sugar Baby’s Top Tips After 5 Years

Hi everyone! My name is Becky, I’m a twenty-four year old Australian sugar baby and aspiring writer. I have been a sugar baby for five years and have had a few sugar daddies and a whole lot of -interesting- experiences in between…

What were your goals in starting the sugar journey?

My sugar journey was something I was quite deliberate about when first starting out. I was equal parts cautious and excited. To start, I researched as much as possible, scouring the internet for any tips, hints, tricks and guides I could find. I like to be prepared in every aspect of my life so becoming a sugar baby was no different.

Originally, my goals were small. Which is reasonable because I’m an Australian sugar baby and it’s not as common here.

Being from Australia, people seeking sugar arrangements are not as readily available as they are elsewhere. So I was happy to just explore what was around and try to narrow my options down to the most genuine of gentlemen.

Over the past five years, my goals have developed to now provide me with the means to pursue further study and my first love – writing.

Where Does an Australian Sugar Baby Meet a Sugar Daddy?

I met my first sugar daddy on Seeking.com. He lived in another city a few hours from me. We had a wonderful arrangement of seeing each other twice a week (once in my city, and once in his where he would fly me up to see him). He was a true gentleman and we matched each other both intellectually and morally.

He approached me first via personal message and told me he had reached out to me as I appeared so down to earth and easy going. Pretty much necessary personality traits for an Australian sugar baby!

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We first met for coffee and we had an instant chemistry. It did not take us long to negotiate the terms of our arrangement. And for the entire duration of the relationship we stayed on excellent terms.

He was by no means the first sugar daddy I spoke to. It was quite a task finding my first arrangement – but that is a story for another day.

What’s your favorite thing about being a sugar baby?

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as a sugar baby and am sure I will continue to. The freedom this life offers is perhaps my favorite thing. I love that I can have entire days to myself to work on my own hobbies and interests while not having to stress out about money. It is truly a blessing.

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However, I also love flirting, dating, getting all dressed up and learning new things from new people.

How do you keep your sugar relationship spicy/fun/interesting?

Over the course of my significant sugar relationships I have found it isn’t too difficult to keep the fire lit by trying new things, remaining positive and energetic and looking after myself.

I have also been lucky to have had sugar daddies who are always willing to renegotiate arrangements should either the time commitments or financials become inopportune.

What advice would you give aspiring sugar babies?

My biggest tips in starting out on your sugar journey can be summed up as follows: be genuine, be honest, and be forward.

The most worthwhile men will appreciate knowing what you expect and what you are willing to do straight off the bat. Don’t fluff around. Be as straightforward as possible while maintaining a light, fun approach.

And don’t make the mistake I did when first starting out. I mean, by indulging men who don’t have anything real to offer. They just want to bounce messages back and forth and eat up your time.

Read: How to Know if a Potential Sugar Daddy is Worth Your Time

The sugar baby life can be as trying as it is fun. It can be both exciting and exhausting. The most important thing is to look after yourself. Know what you want and don’t lose focus of your personal goals and beliefs.

It is without fail an interesting journey. I hope that in sharing my stories I can give you helpful tips and perhaps some funny inspiration for your own journey.

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