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    I'm really worried about how I'm going to make money after stripping. I didn't start until my late 20's. I plan on doing it as long as possible but who knows how long my looks will hold up!
    I would literally rather die than have to wake up early for a job or have to deal with a boss breathing down my neck about things like being 5 minutes late. I can't imagine having to beg for time off instead of just informing them that I wouldn't be coming in. I'd be willing to work a job that gave me the freedom to live my life.

    What are some ways I can continue my lifestyle after I'm unable to dance anymore? Is there a career I'm unaware of in which I can keep my freedom? I'm really good at saving money. I plan to look into ways I can invest. But can you make enough money from investments alone?
    My expenses aren't too high. I'm not having children and my house will be paid off before I stop dancing. All I have planned so far I'd too dance and dance for as long as possible then maybe be one of those old ladies who bartends at a dive bar.

    Ugh! I should've been born rich!

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    Default Re: Making money after stripping

    Look into various self employment options. A lot of the girls I have worked with have moved on to careers in real estate, esthetics, personal training, or animal grooming/boarding.

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    I'll add to this. I lucked out in the retirement department but even with that I still have to pay attention to money.

    A lot of the sales skills/habits of stripping can help keep someone prosperous later in life.
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    Default Re: Making money after stripping

    Quote Originally Posted by Kase View Post
    I'm really worried about how I'm going to make money after stripping. I didn't start until my late 20's. I plan on doing it as long as possible but who knows how long my looks will hold up!
    I would literally rather die than have to wake up early for a job or have to deal with a boss breathing down my neck about things like being 5 minutes late. I can't imagine having to beg for time off instead of just informing them that I wouldn't be coming in. I'd be willing to work a job that gave me the freedom to live my life.

    What are some ways I can continue my lifestyle after I'm unable to dance anymore? Is there a career I'm unaware of in which I can keep my freedom? I'm really good at saving money. I plan to look into ways I can invest. But can you make enough money from investments alone?
    My expenses aren't too high. I'm not having children and my house will be paid off before I stop dancing. All I have planned so far I'd too dance and dance for as long as possible then maybe be one of those old ladies who bartends at a dive bar.

    Ugh! I should've been born rich!
    Dancing was breif for me.

    I webcam, and make money online as an affiliate marketer primarily and I invest in the forex market. and also make money with network marketing companies.

    I realized with the internet I can make money in anything. No boss required.

    You wil have to do research on what you enjoy doing and stick with it.

    These days you can pretty much create the lifestyle you want and earn a living from it.
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    Default Re: Making money after stripping

    Quote Originally Posted by Kase View Post
    I'm really worried about how I'm going to make money after stripping. I didn't start until my late 20's. I plan on doing it as long as possible but who knows how long my looks will hold up!
    I would literally rather die than have to wake up early for a job or have to deal with a boss breathing down my neck about things like being 5 minutes late. I can't imagine having to beg for time off instead of just informing them that I wouldn't be coming in. I'd be willing to work a job that gave me the freedom to live my life.

    What are some ways I can continue my lifestyle after I'm unable to dance anymore? Is there a career I'm unaware of in which I can keep my freedom? I'm really good at saving money. I plan to look into ways I can invest. But can you make enough money from investments alone?
    My expenses aren't too high. I'm not having children and my house will be paid off before I stop dancing. All I have planned so far I'd too dance and dance for as long as possible then maybe be one of those old ladies who bartends at a dive bar.

    Ugh! I should've been born rich!
    The house being payed off is huge. For most people, housing is their biggest expense, but your costs will be limited to property taxes and repairs. This should give you a lot of flexibility in what you do in the future.

    You're probably not going to be able to live off of your investments alone. In fact, it is advisable to leave as much as you can for the time that you cannot work at all anymore. You are likely going to be on this earth for at least a few more decades and during that last decade, you'll probably need to rely more heavily on savings as you won't be able to work as much. The last thing you want to do is run out of money in your old age.

    Have you considered becoming a real estate broker? You could tend bar too if you wanted. You aren't limited to one thing. A bartender at my local club, who used to dance back in the day, now owns two rental properties in addition to her home. Not only do they kick her extra income, but she'll be able to sell them when she gets older to further fund her retirement. You could start training for, and researching, all of these things long before you quit dancing. The world is your oyster - just take your time to learn and plan it out.

    Good luck!

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    Default Re: Making money after stripping

    To add some more general jobs to the list: fitness instructor, aerobics instructor, choreographer, poll dance instructor, makeup artist.

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    Lease hound, right of way agent, appraiser (different qualifications for antiques, jewelry, real estate, farm equipment, etc.) gunsmith, fishing guide, dog breeder, dog trainer, court reporter, barber (300 hours training vs. 1,500 for a cosmetologist), custom knife maker, property tax consultant, driving teacher, tow truck driver, musician, carpet cleaner, answering service operator, pet groomer.

    https://smartasset.com/career/best-self-employed-jobs
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    Lots of ideas
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