I hadn't realized how expensive this performing arts or hobby could be for the serious ballroom dancer. Katie, a.k.a. The Girl With the Tree Tattoo shares her tips and secrets on how she can afford to dance.
Book Title: Dance Diaries: Ballroom Budgeting: How I Afford to Dance by The Girl With the Tree Tattoo
Category: Non-Fiction, 41 pages
Genre: Dance, Finance, Budgeting
Release date: June 2016
Content Rating: G
Anyone who tries ballroom dancing quickly learns how expensive it can be. From private lessons to competition fees, the monetary cost of being a ballroom student can quickly skyrocket. In my experience, the high cost is the most frequently cited reason for quitting dance. It shouldn’t be that way!
I live paycheck to paycheck, carry credit card debt, and still dance and compete in pro-am ballroom. In my first two years as a pro-am competitive ballroom dancer, I entered five competitions, had the money reserved for two additional events, and, at the same time, reduced my credit card debt by almost 50%!
I wrote this second book in my Dance Diaries series out of a desire to help my fellow struggling dancers do the same thing. From budgeting basics to specific tips on how to save on ballroom dancing, in Ballroom Budgeting, I share exactly how I dance and compete in ballroom while living paycheck to paycheck AND reducing debt! I even provide the tools I use to help you start organizing your own ballroom budget right away! Stop stressing over the cost and focus on what is important – the dancing!
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