Traveling to Panama, and forgot to pack your nanny? No worries—Brittney Schering is a U.S. expat that happens to be the founder of The Hotel Nanny Group, and lucky for you, she now lives in Panama.
I have over a decade of childcare experience under my 28-year-old belt, including a three-year stint in Los Angeles, where I cared for California kids in Beverly Hills, Venice, Brentwood, Santa Monica, and Mid-Wilshire/Miracle Mile. It was there that I began to discover the niche of becoming a hotel nanny with my first traveling tot, a baby from Australia named Baxter.
Upon a move to New Orleans in 2014, I brought along my business and decided to market myself boldly as The NOLA Hotel Nanny. Business boomed as I found myself spending evenings and weekends hanging out in hotel rooms so that parents could enjoy evenings out on the town kid-free.
Business continued to boom until 2017, when one week of work grew to over 80 hours of bouncing all over New Orleans to care for traveling tots in town for the ever-loved Jazz Fest, as well as for a hot tech conference called Collision. This birthed the hotel nanny business to become The Hotel Nanny Group.
Upon this transition, having gathered a few fellow caregivers to join my umbrella, I took a job overseas—here in Panama! While I work during the weekdays at a publishing house, I am happy to provide the same, high-standard, hotel nanny services to families traveling from near and far who wish to enjoy a date night or child-free exploration of Panama City.
Feel free to browse my reviews on UrbanSitter if you have it. Unfortunately, the app has yet to make its way to Panama. However, I have, so you’re in the clear!
Date night ready yet? Ready, set, hire your hotel nanny today via email at email@example.com.
This was a guest post by Brittney Schering (@existential_bls), an international writer fluent in wanderlust and wild abandon that made the recent move to Panama. Have an article, idea, opinion, tips, or just about anything else Panama related you would like to write about on PTY Life? Become a guest blogger like Brittney by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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