Two years ago, Nikki was a well-paid manager for a national childcare organization in New Zealand and managed up to 120 people. Today she is a house sitter in Australia. She does not pay rent or utility bills and lives an adventurous life on a tiny income.
In this book, she shares her amazing story along with the inside secrets of house sitters, such as where to find house sitting positions, what to pack, how to apply for a house sit and much more.
In her engaging and often humorous writing style, she provides an insight into what it is like to look after other people’s homes and pets. She also shares her inspiring story of overcoming adversity and following a dream.
. Nikki Ah Wong was born in Malta and raised in New Zealand by English parents. She spent most of her adult life raising a family, managing the accounts for her husband's business, and volunteering in the community. She was a Regional Manager for World Vision for two years, a community advocate for three, and an unpaid Public Affairs Specialist for her church for twenty years. From 2003 to 2009, Nikki managed a group of early learning centres in New Zealand. In 2009, Nikki left the corporate world to become a house sitter, writer, and full time traveller. Nikki has six sons and four grandchildren. She also has a Diploma in Freelance Journalism and e-commerce . Also by Nikki Ah Wong, The House Sitters Companion. A journal and planner for all house sitters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .