With no new cat sitting content to share right now, I’ve decided to reflect on my house sitting journey so far. I’ll touch on where I’m off to in the next few weeks and where I hope to make it to in 2020.
Birmingham was definitely a change of pace. There isn’t a Starbucks on every corner. Not even a 7/11. Not one. In the entire city of Birmingham. But they did just open a cat cafe here.
This was my third house and cat sit in the Seattle area within the past 12 months. Only this time I was staying in Lake Forest Park. Not *technically* Seattle.
I was told Austin is Nashville’s big sister. And I can see the similarities. There’s plenty of live music venues. Both cities have a big food scene. Everyone’s really friendly. But Austin’s a lot more humid.
This Nashville house and cat sit was the first one I applied for when putting my month and a half-long trip together. And it wasn’t until recently I’d even thought about visiting Nashville. But I’m glad I decided to.
I was chatting with my workmates one morning and found out another staff member, originally from the UK, lives rent free in Australia—i.e. she looks after other people’s homes in exchange for a free place to stay.