The traveling dancers

Author: sofloclubs|1 / Date: Sat, 02/13/2016 - 10:57 / Tags: Stripper

Travelling for Work

If you travel to work, here are some great safety precautions you can take.
  • Have friends know where you are staying, who you are working for and what types of work you are participating in.
  • Check in with friends frequently, so they know you are okay.
  • Forward all emails from business owners to your friends to leave a paper trail of your work plans.
  • Try to avoid hitchhiking. Or at the very least, don’t do it alone.
  • Travel with a colleague.

Don’t leave home without notifing someone!

We all know workspaces in this industry can be a little on the grungy side. Many of us have shown up to find our accommodations more appalling than appealing. Here is a list of things to take on the road, if you’d like to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Don’t leave home without it…

  • Toilet paper from home (better than the sandpaper you find in most hotels)
  • Towels
  • Tampons, if applicable
  • Soap
  • Small cooler (for fresh fruit and veggies)
  • Bedding for a queen size mattress (you can always put it on a smaller bed)
  • Portable heater in winter
  • Hand sanitizer for rooms with no hot water
  • Hot plate for inexpensive meals
  • Phone cards
  • Teddy bear
  • Phone charger
  • Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen (try finding that in a small town at 4 am)
  • List of known contacts in the area you are visiting
  • Emergency money and plan
  • Mirror
  • Earplugs
  • Camping foam pad in case your mattress sucks
  • Crazy glue to fix boots (black permanent marker and black electrical tape are also useful for boots)
  • Scissors
  • Travel mug and teabags – hot water’s not too hard to find and it’s free
  • Kettle that doubles as a soup heater (inexpensive to purchase)
  • Plate, bowl, cutlery, a little bottle of dish soap and a sponge
  • Lots of dried goods for snacks
  • Favourite jeans, big comfy sweater and boots for your day off
  • Something that reminds you of home, a picture or clock or candle can make a lonely night better
  • Camera
  • Mini-sewing kit and safety pins
  • Pictures of your kids
  • Sage to give the room a little smudge/cleaning.

Work items you don’t want to forget:

  1. Costumes
  2. Music
  3. Promo
  4. Wet wipes
  5. Own toys or equipment
  6. Safety supplies (gloves, condoms)
  7. Lube
  8. Make-up
  9. Shoes
  10. Personality