Traci Westbrook


Currently, Traci Westbrook is residing in Sedona, Arizona with her
husband Damion and their two children. "The Self-Employed Housekeeping Manual" is her first publication. Traci cleaned for others during high school. However she didn't get serious about housekeeping until 1999, after she graduated from Arizona
State University. Traci played F horn for 12 years, and thoroughly enjoyed teaching private lessons during her education, but also had a drive to clean. Cleaning was
a beacon of light after her undergraduate studies.Traci has been a big fan of public libraries since she was in grade school. Public libraries, coffee shops, and home, of course, were all instrumental locations for the writing of this book. She is currently helping her husband produce apps and games.Traci still cleans, but has focused more on writing, the needs of her children, and mobile development. ~ July 2012

Smashwords Interview

What are three of your favorite books, and why?
For personal growth I really loved "to be of use: the seven seeds of meaningful work" by Dave Smith and "The Road Less Travelled" by M. Scott Peck M.D.
What do you read for pleasure?
Yes. I read to change or alter my mental state and take a break from 'doing.' Raising a family has pulled me in directions I never thought existed. Reading has allowed me to break away from the 'survival' mode and actually experience joy in life rather than just coasting on the highs. My first love is non-fiction although I have recently been introduced to the world of fiction.
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Where to find Traci Westbrook online


The Self-Employed Housekeeping Manual
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 20,820. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Reference » Handbooks and Manuals
'The Self-Employed Housekeeping Manual' is written for aspiring individuals who naturally gear toward cleaning and might be interested in a new profession. This manual was written by a college graduate who was a self-employed housekeeper for twelve years. She shares with the reader what to expect, know, and do in order to be successful in the housekeeping industry.

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