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When I was a teenager, I use to fantasize about dating a musician.
I love music and used to go to shows a lot, and musicians seemed like the best kind of artists and poets.
Music is poetry, craftsmanship, technique, stage presence and so much more! And as life would have it, I’ve ended up with a musician as my partner!
We have separate finances, so this doesn’t necessarily affect my money.
However, it does affect our priorities, goals and dreams in life.
For example, I always want to throw any money towards my debt or travel, while he feels inclined to replace old items or update software.
New bass strings, new tuners, new software, new mics, new gear, etc. If you want to be a professional, you need to have professional gear.
This has been something that is constantly looming over our heads.
For the past few years while he was in school, there have been a few music related expenditures, but I know it’s only going to get worse.
While I adopt minimalism, his profession requires him to have a certain amount of possessions.
Primarily he plays an upright bass in a jazz band that plays around town, and is an audio engineer for some of the shows coming through town.
While I am supportive of him and his career, there is no denying how NOT frugal it is to be a musician. The upright bass alone is several thousand dollars.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating