Diamond

March 05, 2015 Venoma 18 Comments

Today I want to talk to you about one of my biggest passions: dancing. I've been dancing latin and ballroom dances for years as a kid. I started when I was 11 years old and unfortunately I didn't have a dancing partner so I couldn't compete. I had a small break when I started going to high school, but I soon found a studio in the centre of Belgrade where I attended 'modern dance' - I'm still not sure what exactly was that. Soon as there wasn't too many interested girls for that, I switched to belly dance in the same studio. But belly dance was never my thing. I also hated the way belly dancers started walking after a while of trainings - with their hips forward and a wavy sensation. Don't get me wrong - it looks good on some girls, just not on me.




Then I signed my faculty and that's where I stopped dancing for three years so I could keep up with my exams. Somewhere in the third year of my faculty I went a bit ''off the track'' - I went out of a long relationship and I started having ''a time of my life'', as it usually happens after a long relationship. Somewhere in that path of self discovery I met a guy in a club (in another country actually) that was dancing like a dream. Turns out that guy is from Belgrade and that hip hop dance club he attended was still up and running.

  I went to that dance club, I saw the first class, I fell in love with it and I believe I've been training Hip hop dance in Elite Society for around two and a half years now. There has been some ups and downs but I never considered leaving that club. And Hip hop as a dance makes me really really happy. It has 5 styles and everyone can find something they love the most in it. I personally love Vogue the most (style, not magazine - google it if you like). The awesomest part is that you can dance outside the dance studio - you can go out in a club and dance it out anytime you like. And I really enjoy dancing and grabbing the spotlight on a night out.

I also trained Reggaeton and Dancehall for a while. I quit Reggaeton when I figured out I already learned pretty much everything, but it did help me work on my attitude (and my ass) in every way possible, while I would like to continue Dancehall somewhere down the road. Dancehall is a beautiful dance and actually a difficult one. Right now I just don't have time for more trainings.


Unfortunately, as dance is not something I can really profit from a lot unless I open my own dance studio, I do not get a lot of support from my parents. My mom is against it, my dad is not really interested in what I do. I like to preform more than to teach and I've been preforming as much as I could - I did projects, tv shows, videos... It was fun and I earned some money, but that's pretty much like blogging - it gives you satisfaction but it's not nearly enough to make a living. But I'm not willing to give it up on dancing. Because that's something I really love to do. And I'll keep doing it as long as I can. :)





I am wearing:
Hat: NewYorker
Coat: Elite Fashion   Sweatshirt: Oasap
Jeans: Oasap 
Bag: Nike   Sneakers: Reebok

What do you think about my outfit dolls? Does any of you dance, what do you dance, how do you feel about sports for fun etc.  I would also love to hear your thoughts on your passions.

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Lots of love,
Venoma


18 comments:

  1. hi dear,very nice casual outfit..i love your shoes

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  2. Lep post, volim kad ipak nesto vise napises o sebi nego kad samo kacis slike :)
    Tamara

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    1. Trudim se al' uvek sam u frci s vremenom. Biti marketar plesač bloger prijateljica devojka tetka etc. u isto vreme je opak posao :)

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  3. really liked your winter outfit, the jacket is so cool
    kisses,
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  4. Nice outfit, you look amazing!
    xx

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  5. What is it with parents and their constant need to NOT support their children! Jesus! Well, I support you in your love for dancing, and what if you never make it into a profitable thing, it is something that makes you happy so screw everything else! ^_^ Very few people have such big passions and even fewer have an opportunity to materialize them, so I'm happy you found something like that and have the guts to do it no matter what!

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    1. It's all about the money, money money.... when it comes to parents. Has something to do with all the retarded stuff we went through in this country.
      Thank you for your support anyway dear, lots of love <3

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  6. really cool look. love it

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