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Your Locker

Personal photos attached to a locker

Getting your own locker at your home club is important for your work. It's like having your own little piece of real estate! It establishes your place in the club, serves as a refreshing post during the shift, and uplifts you when you customize it. Most clubs have a standard you have to meet before they allow you to get your own locker (ie, have worked there for a certain amount of time).

Designing your locker:

  • Customize the outside with personal stickers, photos, and motivational quotes. You can order stickers online or make your own. Put polaroids up that make you smile. Print out your favorite quotes about hustling, staying positive, and what it's like to be a bad bitch. Decorate it with anything that means something to you. I put my dancer's name in glitter letters on mine.

  • Use compartments that can be placed inside or stuck on the door with command strips. You can use these accessories to keep everything organized. Backup outfits, tampons, toothbrushes, and deodorant where you can reach it.

  • Go online or to a craft store and get decorative craft paper to line the bottom. You can do vibrant colors, funky designs, or even paper designed to look like marble. Make your space a happy space with your creativity.

Stocking your locker:

  • A complete backup outfit in case you forget your work bag. Shoes, thongs, garters, and outfits.

  • Extra makeup for touchups

  • Hygiene supplies: toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, wipes, mouthwash, breath mints, gum, perfume, etc.

  • Water jug (remember you're an athlete)

  • Healthy snacks

Make your locker feel like your home to have a healthier work environment. Own your space. #DancerTips

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