Living in Maine in a small cabin in the woods, I am grateful that my work helps me both expand my horizons and better appreciate my home and lifestyle. I am a rural girl, love the country, dedicated walker, and have very wonderful friends and family who love me as much as I love them.
My work has me traveling much of the time, all over the US. I have found airbnb to be a perfect fit for this travel lifestyle, and I abandon hotels whenever I can. I am chemically sensitive, with fragrances and chemicals adding to allergies that plague me. Airbnb has been wonderful for me in this regard.
I also live and travel alone except for the wonderful people I get to meet in my trainings. I enjoy meeting new people and finding out more about them, so airbnb is a wonderful way to achieve this goal. I'm usually pretty tired at the end of a marathon training day, so don't have much energy to socialize, but what little I do, I enjoy very much. I'm always up for advice about good, healthy eating places with local foods. I rarely get to see any of the countryside or "cityside" of where I am unless I fly in early on my first day.
As a guest in an airbnb home, I am quiet, use very little of the resources, and leave early in the morning. My last day is an airport day, so I'm generally up and gone with all my bags quite early. I'm a good communicator, best via email, and will respond as soon as possible. If I have a question, I'll ask.
My best airbnb's have good wifi, a hairdryer, an iron and board, and quiet. I watch very little TV, meditate early in the morning, and am otherwise quite independent.
I am open to different ways of cultures and lifestyles, and am interested in yours!