Tara's House Sitting Services
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Introduction: House sitting has been my way of life for over a year. I enjoy the lifestyle and freedom it offers and the frequent opportunities it provides for meeting new people. Since friends often ask me how it all works, offering my tips for house sitting seemed like it would be helpful to many. I am glad you have chosen to download this free document so you can get access to all my tips, and share with others. House sitters and house sitting jobs come in many shapes and sizes. Some homeowners want nothing more than for you to collect the mail and water the house plants. Others require you to care for a number of pets, tend to a vegetable garden, and possibly oversee tradespeople in their home. For these reasons, my number one tip is to get as much detail as possible about a house sit, and be truthful about whether it is really a good match for you. An ocean view home in San Diego during the winter months might at first seem highly appealing, but caring for three large energetic dogs who require long walks twice daily, with one dog requiring daily diabetes shots, another with bowel problems, and suddenly you may want to reconsider! Some say that life begins at the end of your comfort zone. How does that sit with you? Regardless, take an honest look in the mirror and figure out exactly why you want to house sit, what you are prepared to accept as work in the house and yard, and where you are prepared to spend some time. House sitting is not a good match for everyone!
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