Why I left my housekeeping gig and joined a job in hotels

I had a job as a housekeeper for the past four years and had two children at home.

But in September 2017, after four years, I decided to leave the housekeeping field for a career in hospitality.

I started the job in a hotel, and as I continued to work, I learned a lot about hospitality.

But I knew I wanted to stay in the hospitality field, and so I joined a restaurant-restaurant job, working in a restaurant and working from home.

I’ve learned a ton about hospitality, and I’m ready to start my next chapter.

Here’s what I learned in my first year of a hospitality career: I’ve been to the U.S. twice, including twice on the West Coast.

I know a lot of people who have done that.

I have been to two of the four cities I’ve lived in as a hotel housekeeper: New York and Las Vegas.

I also worked in a housekeeping position in one of the best hotels in the world, the Palazzo Hotel.

This past year, I worked for one of Las Vegas’ best restaurants, the La Jolla Beach House.

I’m going to have to make some decisions in my future career.

The biggest thing I’ve realized is that I can’t work in hospitality for a living, even if I want to.

It’s a long-term commitment, but I’m excited about that.

The best part of my job is that it’s not about the paycheck.

I can go to a different place, but the job I’m doing is going to be different for me than what I was doing at the restaurant.

I’ll still be able to earn a living doing my job.

I am also able to make a difference in the lives of people.

It gives me a lot more confidence to be in a position where I’m able to serve people and be involved in their lives.

I would not want to be stuck doing the same job every day.

I want that to be my life.

It was a very rewarding experience for me, but it’s something I’ve never done before, even in a long career.

I think it’s really important to take a step back and appreciate how hard it is to stay at a restaurant for a long time, and to look at how much fun you can have at home with your kids, and how much your life is a blessing to you.

I was very lucky to have the opportunity to learn a lot from the hospitality industry and the people that work there.

I feel like I have learned a bunch about hospitality and hospitality work, and the hospitality is going in a very good direction.