Hosting on Airbnb gave Rochelle a financial lifeline while her new freelance career got off the ground and was the perfect distraction from her romantic woes. Instead of pulling the covers over her head and disappearing, she forged a new life for herself-happily fluffing pillows and sharing stories with people from all corners of the world. As the economy and her finances recovered, so did her heart.
The book chronicles Rochelle's first year as a host, from April of 2013 to April of 2014. With wit and wisdom, Rochelle shares her fears, her successes, and most importantly-a glimpse into the lives of her guests. Rochelle's practical advice covers everything you need to know about setting yourself up as a host, with seasoned insight into the mechanics and joys of hosting-tips like what sheets to buy, how to screen potential guests, and how to stash your booze away from thirsty strangers.
A must-read for anyone curious about what it takes to navigate the home-sharing economy, Letting People In is a wonderfully honest story about life, love, friendship...and a lot of laundry.
|Publisher:||Type A Seattle|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.33(d)|
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