Sugar Baby Stories: Veronica, aka Platonic Sugar Baby

Tell us about yourself: who are you?

Hey sugars! When people meet me they think I am the typical college student who is motivated and passionate about my major. I obviously am, but I also double as a sugar baby.

My goal is to get a doctorate in the health field to help kids and teenagers with their speech disorders. My backup major is with the fashion industry. No one knows I live this lifestyle.

I have many friends who have financial issues that are worse than mine. I want to avoid this and I do not want to get older and have tons of debt. So I decided, why not use my beauty as an advantage?

What were your goals in starting the sugar journey?

I have so many goals to accomplish on this journey. First, I would like to have some friends that are not in college. Many of the people I meet do not understand others and start drama. I want a drama-free relationship where we can depend on each other.

If the friendship becomes something deeper, then I am willing to do that also. Second, I need money to save up for college textbooks and bills. I do not pay tuition thankfully but there are many other things I need to pay for. My ex used me for money and I do not even have a great job! I need to save up from what I spent on him (about $1,000).

What do you wish you’d known when you were first starting out?

I wish I was more open with the men that messaged me. I also advise that sugar relationships are not just physical, but emotional. Thinking that everything was only physical kept me from wanting to be open with these men.

Where and how did you meet your sugar daddy? If online, which site?

I met my sugar daddy on Seeking Arrangement (SA). Him and I have a platonic relationship and talk to each other about a variety of topics. We give each other advice on everything and are always honest.

Our first arrangement was going to dinner and spending time at the hotel. We got drinks at the bar and he gave me $200 for just spending the night with him. We had separate beds so nothing was awkward. I stood out to him by our conversations and how much we already connected about many events that happened in our lives.

Seeking Arrangements is one of the most popular sugar dating websites but it’s certainly not the only one. Check out our reviews for the best sugar daddy websites!

Do you have any profile or online dating tips for aspiring sugar babies?

The best part about being a sugar baby is having a secret life that no one knows about. I get to go out to places every week around the city I live in. I get to meet intelligent, handsome men that actually want to support and care for me.

I think the college life gets pretty dull quick and having the opportunity to do things I could not do on my own is very exciting to me! I want to travel one day when I am more independent from my parents, which is something else I want to save up for.

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

Since my SD is platonic, there is nothing really to *spice up*. 😉

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

If you are only going in for the money, I do not recommend that at all! A lot of these men are here for a connection that they can not get with anyone else. They are hoping to share valuable time with you.

If you can not do that, then sugaring is not for you. You can gain knowledge and life lessons from them which are crucial to not making terrible mistakes.

What advice would you give aspiring sugar babies?

My tip for your profile: Your Picture. If you have no picture, then how will they want to message you? Even if you have your face half-covered, you can do something sexy (yet appropriate) that will grab there attention.

A second tip is being honest about what you want from a SD in your profile. Talk a bit about yourself and leave them wanting more by not giving everything away.

If you want to read more of Veronica’s sugar adventures, check out her blog on Tumblr!

This post is part of our Real Sugar Baby Stories series, written by sugar babies, for sugar babies. If you want to share your own experiences with the sugar world – write for us!

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