Girl who dances in a cage (cagekitten) wrote,
Girl who dances in a cage

Trade off

There is a big downside and an upside to the recovery process after surgery. I will not be able to pole dance for two months. The company won't lose too much money from that because my other instructors will be taking over the private lessons and parties that I would otherwise teach. So the business will survive. However *I* personally will not be paid for any of those lessons and parties because I have to pay them for substituting for me. So my personal income will be cut by about $200 per week (occasionally more if there is a party that week). I'm looking at a huge personal loss of income that could go as high as $1,600 to $2,000 lost.

On the upside, probably ALL of my Friday nights, weekend days and Saturday nights will be available every week for two months. No pole parties or private lessons. I can actually go out and socialize EVERY weekend like a real human being. Granted I'll probably still stay home during some of that and work on marketing, website updating, catching up in the studio office etc. But social time I am not used to having will be a real possibility for TWO MONTHS!!! I hardly know what to do with it.

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