Tell us about yourself: who are you?
Hi babies and aspiring babies! My name is Noelle and I am a 23 year old university grad and now back in university once again! I like to describe myself as artistic and someone who isn’t afraid to be myself.
I have tons of tattoos and piercings, a funky hair cut, along with very brightly colored hair; you could say I always look like I’m ready to go to a rock concert.
With that said I’m very passionate about making and writing my own music, acting and I recently moved out of my home country to attend the university I am currently at, so I am very focused on my studies as well right now.
Balance is key to me right now, I’m juggling 2 sugar daddies with a part time job as a full time university student and still finding time to see friends and have some me time.
What were your goals in starting the sugar journey?
My main going was to be financially secure, to not worry about my bank account too much. I’m a person that budgets and spends her money wisely, I don’t party, do drugs or drink heavily. I like to spend my money on things that will benefit myself and my future.
So moving to the states, from a different country with a status of an international student means tuition is going to be EXPENSIVE.
Obviously I saved up for this before I left and when I arrived here I did not have a job and was living off those savings. I was being so frugal and saving every penny I had just to pay for school, groceries, rent and bills. I no longer left my apartment because I couldn’t bear to spend my hard earned savings on going out for dinner with friends.
What do you wish you’d known when you were first starting out?
It’s not just about the money! I described above that money was my main goal (and I guess my only goal) but as I spent time with my SDs more, you really connect with this person and start to understand each other and a friendship and a relationship (romantic or non romantic) blooms.
Another thing that I wish I knew was that this is going to take time to find a SD. As I moved and even when I was all settled in, I thought “Oh, I can just make a profile this week and get a SD as soon as this week or next week.”
I was so beyond wrong! It took me 2 months to finally get and meet up with my first SD because when I think about it now, these men probably get dozens if not hundreds of messages from SBs and these SDs want their perfect match and know they are spending their hard earned money on someone they think deserves it.
So if you do not stick out as a candidate, it’s no bother for them to look over your message and move on to the next candidate.
Where and how did you meet your sugar daddy? If online, which site?
I met both my sugar daddies on Seeking Arrangement. My first SD stood out to me because his pictures were a little silly and I’m a little silly myself, it was refreshing to find he didn’t take himself too seriously.
He also had a very well written and detailed profile that gave me very good insight on who he was. The way someone writes, especially their grammar and punctuation online will tell you how well they can communicate in person.
My second SD stood out to me because he favorited my profile, so that got my attention to look at his profile. It wasn’t very lengthy but he was straight to the point of who he was and what he wanted out of a SB and all of those things clicked with who I was.
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Do you have any profile or online dating tips for aspiring sugar babies?
Some profile tips for aspiring babies is to write a good length profile of who you are and what you’re looking for! Now I don’t mean a novel, a paragraph is good enough, this isn’t Tinder where you can get away with, “I like to hike and I’m fun”, you need to stand out and peak the interest of potential SDs.
Online dating tips are to use common sense. I know that sounds so simple but when you’re in a tight financial situation your mind will make you think doing anything is okay. If someone seems sketchy or fishy, end the conversation, get out. If they’re looking for just sex, end the conversation, get out. Being a SB is not the same as prostitution, you are worth more than being paid for just sex.
What’s your favorite thing about being a sugar baby?
Being loved for being myself. I’m not your typical tall, blonde hair, blue eyed babe who wears a lot of makeup. I don’t over sexualize myself, and to find men who accept me for me is amazing.
The site (Seeking Arrangement) honestly intimidated me when I first made and account. Every woman on there looked so sexy in their swimsuits, long flowing hair and well done make up. I told myself I’m not that so why would any SD choose me when they could have her but with a little patience I found two wonderful SD who love me for me.
How do you keep your sugar relationship spicy/fun/interesting?
Communication is key in a sugar relationship. I talk a lot with both my SD’s and we find out what both are interests are, what we find fun and things we would enjoy together.
My first SD is younger and very close to my age, so we both love adventure and we go on rollercoasters and we went to a haunted house for Halloween! SDs want an escape from their regular work life, so finding something they’ve been longing to do always makes a great date.
What advice would you give aspiring sugar babies?
Be yourself, keep trying and don’t change who you are to make a SD happy or lie to appeal to a SD. You are you and worth someone who will appreciate who you exactly are.
Don’t give up on finding a SD too! Like I said it took me 2 months for me to get a SD. Along with writing a well written profile, make your messages just as important and detailed. A “hey how’re you, tell me about yourself”, will not do!
Use the message as another opportunity to show why you are a great SB for them. Write in detail about why their profile stood out to you, what you liked about their personality and their traits and why your own lifestyle, personality, goals and beliefs would be a good match for them.
And don’t copy and paste the same message to every SD. Keep sending those messages and don’t be discouraged when you don’t get a reply. I’ve probably lost count on how many messages I’ve sent and haven’t got a single reply. Don’t lose hope, you will find a SD that will be a great match for you!
3 thoughts on “Sugar Baby Stories: Noelle, aka The Different One”
I recount all my tales — the good and the bad — of sugar dating here: https://thesugarbabydiary.wordpress.com
My question is: when a Sugar Daddy just leaves his number to call him. Should I call or just chat with him on the site?
I was recently scammed by a sugar daddy and I lost my personal credit card for lending it to him. I thought I was doing a favor for him and that was not the case.
Another sugar daddy wanted my bank account but I held firm and kept telling him, no.
Can you please give me advice so I won’t make the same mistake again?.
I’m not a sugar baby or anything but reading your comment I believe it would probably be best to do what you feel comfortable with. I believe that honesty is the best policy so it should be up to you. As far as the second half of your comment, I wouldn’t give out any personal credit card/ bank information to anyone over the internet.