Hey dude, nice vid, especially liked the part where it almost looked like you dropped the cam and ended up on the artwork hehe. I'd like to share with you my experience, cause I asked myself this question too and then made a big plan.
I make a living out of being a musician, dj, photographer, and recently started fire knife dancing.
I used to live in London England, doing those things (besides the juggling) but found it very difficult because of the competition in all my fields of profession, also 3 years ago when the recession came it turned into a nightmare to find work at all.
My first step to making a living was to move to a place with a whole lot more positive tourism towards the things that I do.
3 years ago I chose to move to a town in Spain called Beniorm because it's full of tourists that come over to be entertained. People want to see what you have to offer.
First I got work in a few clubs DJ-ing, doing the days off of the resident DJ. Then I joined a band, made a duo, and then fixed together a couple of demo vids of us ( here are the vids just in case you wanted to see Chris And Rob White Coast Rebels
) , sent it around to all the bars and hotels, and started getting work everywhere with it (currently resident for 2 hotels and 1 bar with the duo, the band changes place every week). I get work with photography because the rest of the performing acts in the town require posters, and there are a lot of model wannabes as well who love making pics Guitar Girl Pic
I started spinning fire 6 months ago when I met a Maori, he's been teaching me how to use a fire knife (it's actually just a 90cm fire staff, a lot safer for me than a huge machete on fire with a large handle!). I started off busking at some bars that allowed me to do it, took a vid of it and showed it to some places that I thought might be interested in employing me.
So now every week I do 1 night dj-ing, 5 to 8 concerts with my band and duo, a photoshoot every second week, and 1 night fire knife dancing at a bar and busking around the other bars.
Moving to a much more touristic place was the best decision I ever made. If I didn't do that I'm pretty sure I'd be working in a supermarket right now. Some of the things I do are cash in hand, for example its pretty difficult to pay a band through the system since they tend to never stay in the same place more than a night, but the duo I have is contracted to a few hotels.
Anyway this is how I make a living. It worked for me, not sure if it would for others, and of course the option of moving isn't available to everyone, but I live 1 minute away from 3 beaches and its sunny all year round so I'm not complaining
Come Spain! We need more jugglers!
PS: It is a lot of work, and sometimes I feel like I am burning the candle and both ends, but I am doing what I love and that is what counts to me