After a few months of realizing I couldn’t do it all by myself, I hired an extra set of hands to help with video and audio editing. Over the years we’ve hired more help as we grew. We now we have a team of coaches, experts, editors, creatives, and service support.
Outsourcing Gave Me My Life Back
This gave me back some of my sleep and sanity and allowed me to move on with monetization, marketing and SEO.
I quickly learned that parenting a daily show is far more work than it seems. And though I didn’t really know what I was getting into – we are figuring it out as we go. (And still learning new skills every day.)
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve cut out early from social engagements to keep the show on it’s routine. It prevents everybody involved from getting fussy.
Like any parent with a tiny tot, navigating the early years has been awkward, frustrating, delightful and downright joyous. For sure, we’ve had our ups and downs.
When we take vacations, I’m not packing strollers and diaper bags, but multiple camera bags and laptops. And the feeding schedule isn’t for a child but an algorithm that likes its content at the same time every day.
Today We Celebrate
Today I celebrate the failures, the wins and the person it’s turned me into. With a daily show comes responsibility, patience, and tolerance and mad determination.
Thank you, Savvy Cleaner Team, for helping me produce 1100 episodes.
Thanks to our 124K YouTube subscribers for your questions, comments and words of encouragement. I appreciate you.
And Thank you Pat Oberer for Co-Parenting this show with me. I couldn’t do it without you. You’ve been the best partner I could ever have hoped for.
Happy Birthday Ask a House Cleaner. You’ve turned into a cool little part of my life and I’m grateful for you. 🥳🥳🥳