Would $2 000.00 be too much to spend on a three-day holiday?
I'm asking because there is a three-day LARPing thing in Poland, where you get to pretend to be Witchers in training. You get a character sheet (complete with background, and current objective), a costume, you're fed for all three days, there's sword-fighting training, and you even get to mess around with signs, all while there's a story playing out in front of and around you.
I knew about it long before now, but I recently watched a YouTube video of someone who went and was explaining his experience.
And... well... I'm sold.
The weekend itself is that expensive, considering all you're given (roughly $800.00 or so). The real cost is getting there (round trips are around $1 300.00-ish when I checked).
It's literally only three days. $2 000.00 is a bit extreme for a weekend... right?
Still, I really want to go, and am considering taking a new side-hustle to pay for it. Because I'm not busy enough, right? I think maybe I might do some editing on the side through a freelancer site (like Upwork or something), and just put whatever I make from that kind of work into a holiday fund.
'Cause let's face it. I'm not being paid enough at work, and don't make enough from my writing, to be able to afford any holidays whatsoever, let alone a two thousand dollar weekend. And my other side-hustle; the whole teaching martial arts thing is really there so I can pay for a bus pass... and now the dentist.
Anyway, I'm putting down this Witcher weekend on my bucket list. One day, I'll head to Witcher school. One day.
Right, I have to write stuff now. Hopefully I'll get in a few good words in before I head off the gym this afternoon.