The story of a woman who left her career, her life, and her home to work at a conjuring salon and make her living from the word go, has been chronicled in several books, including “Halloween.”
The story has also appeared in the film “Honeymoon.”
But this is the first time I’ve heard of a person making her living as a housekeeper at a house in Los Angeles.
The first book I’ve read about housekeeping is “The Housekeepers,” by Emily Bazelon.
It’s a collection of housekeeping stories, written by a housekeeping writer and illustrated by a home-maker.
I didn’t know anything about this person, until the second book, “Housing in America,” by the house-maker Sarah Brown.
It has been a year since I last read a book about housework, but Sarah and I were both in a different state of mind at the time, and I was also excited about the possibilities for learning more about this profession.
I wanted to know more about what housekeepers do and why they do it.
And that is where the “Housekeepers” podcast came in.
As part of our collaboration, we sat down and discussed what housekeeping was all about.
Sarah has worked in the profession for many years and she has written several books about it.
Her book, which is about the housekeeper profession, has inspired me to start a podcast to explore the craft.
The Housekeepers podcast has been hosted by Sarah Brown, who was a house-keeper in Los Angels, California.
I have two other co-hosts: Julie Gourley and Laura D’Andrea, and the hosts are Julie Gureley, an author and former house-cleaner, and Laura, a housecleaning assistant.
I’m a little surprised at the amount of work that goes into these podcasts, since I have no formal training in the field.
I just love the challenge of hearing other people’s experiences.
So, how did Sarah and Laura get involved?
They started the podcast on March 16, 2017, when Sarah was on vacation in the Bahamas.
She had just returned from a four-week stay in Miami.
She and her husband, Scott, lived in Miami for a year, and had a house there that was a disaster zone.
They had a lovely vacation and had no plans to get back to Los Angeles for the remainder of their trip.
I was able to help Sarah and Scott get into the housekeeping business because, as Sarah explained, the housework industry in the U.S. is changing so rapidly.
“I can’t speak to the future of the profession, but I can speak to what’s changing,” Sarah said.
“What I’ve found is that, while housekeeping has been around since the 1800s, it has grown exponentially.
I think that there is an entire industry built around housekeeping now, and it’s just not happening in the way that we thought it would.”
It took me a while to understand what Sarah and her co-authors were doing, but the book is very well written.
Sarah and Sarah have an incredibly unique perspective on the profession.
She has been working in the industry for many, many years.
She said, “I grew up working in kitchens, I grew up cooking, I cooked for my parents.
It was always about the food and the people, not about the process.”
Sarah also worked in kitchens as a cook.
“It was an exciting time for me.
I felt like I was finally doing something that I was passionate about and that I really enjoyed,” Sarah told me.
Sarah’s story is one that is unique and is very compelling.
“My mother was a cook and I grew to love cooking,” Sarah continued.
“In fact, I still love cooking, and now I’m an apprentice.”
Sarah said that she got into the industry by accident.
She came to Los Angles and worked at a home for a time, before moving to the Bahamas and eventually to Florida.
Sarah said, I was living in a house for a couple of years, and my husband was living with us in Miami, and when my husband had a problem with my housekeeping, I told him, “If I can’t do this, I can do this.”
He was in Florida for the last four months of the year.
“So I was looking for a way to get out of the house, but he was a little worried, and so I decided, I could get out if I wanted.
And I did,” Sarah explained.
Sarah says that when she got back to LA, she was overwhelmed by the work that had been put into her and her family.
She was a chef and was working in restaurants.
But when she returned to the States, she realized that she had to do a lot of housework because of the number of people moving into the area.
“When you live in an area that’s a hot