I’ve been an Airbnb Superhost for six years, hosting well over a thousand happy guests, and maintaining 5-star reviews throughout. I manage my multi-room Airbnb much like a traditional Bed & Breakfast. I truly enjoy sharing my comfy, warm, and welcoming home with good-hearted people from all over the world. Everyone of good will is welcome, whatever your ethnicity, national origin, religion/non-religion, LGBQT status, as well as families with kids, grannies, granolas, and geeks, as long as you’re respectful, considerate, and ethical.
WHY I HOST: Home sharing isn’t just a business for me; it’s a way of life and a form of activism. I grew up in a big, full, lively home, where diversity, sharing, and community were valued. Home sharing promotes economic justice by making travel affordable for people who couldn’t manage it before, and by helping hosts meet rising costs of living. It supports human connection, world peace, and local economies. Where else might you have breakfast with a family from a country you may never visit or with someone whose life you couldn’t even imagine?
ABOUT ME: I’m a writer and environmental & social justice advocacy professional now earning a masters degree in psychology. I’m intellectually inclined, health-oriented, nature loving, politically engaged, and culturally sensitive. I love studying nature (from microbes to galaxies), relating to animals (wild and domestic), gardening, outdoor adventures, philosophy, writing, and exploring the mysteries of “life, the universe, and everything.”
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