Not to say that you should put all your feelings aside just so he can be happy.Both of you have to be happy to make a relationship work. He can't do all those things he needs to do if you are always around though. It can be difficult if you don't have something of your own, because then you have a lot more free time, which is something that he probably does not have.
Set aside times when you will both be doing other things and times when you will spend just the two of you. Maybe you have your own passion, maybe you haven't found it yet. Maybe you DJ yourself, maybe you paint, maybe you enjoy hiking, swimming, whatever. Whatever the case, find time for you and your interests.
Making yourself happy is one of the best things that you can do to improve your relationship with your boyfriend, your friends, and most importantly, yourself.
It's funny how you meet people and don't really talk at first but now they fill your Facebook newsfeed with the craziest memes.
It's not always easy to find others that produce and create EDM but when you do, . It would be a lonely world if DJs didn't interact with each other.
Which is as literal as it sounds, it's electronically made music that appeals to senses.
It's different than other forms of music as it doesn't have to have words and can be made right at a computer.
"I don't want to work the 9-5 grind..." Your boyfriend wants to make a career out of his DJing. If he's making money at DJing already then that's great. You have to help convince him that this job is something he is doing for now, not forever. I used to get upset when I would do the dishes 75% of the time, and then he'd leave the dishes there for days and do them only after nagging.
He wants to live the international DJ life, gallivanting around the world. Without money he can't buy more records, he can't burn CDs of his mixes to give out to people, he can't go out to hear other DJs or do his schmoozing. Both me and my husband work, we both have hobbies which are extremely time consuming, and we have 2 cats and a puppy. But now I do the dishes 100% of the time, and he does other stuff 100% of the time.
I met my DJ man when I was 19, dated him for 4.5 years, became engaged, and then married him 1.5 years later.
Turtles move slow, but it is my opinion that the DJ breed perhaps moves a little slower.
As fabulous as having your arm around the headliner may sound, here are some reasons why it doesn’t live up to the hype.