And of course we are not alone!
In fact thousands of people globally, of all nationalities, backgrounds and ages, are using house sitting to travel the world.
Some as one-off vacations, many mix it with other travel experiences, and a handful like us, do it full-time.
However, it's also important to remember house sitting is not a 'free' holiday.
House sitting is an exchange of services - you look after someone’s home and their pets (if they have them), and in return you enjoy free accommodation, utilities (usually) and often use of their vehicle.
House Sitting comes with responsibilities, and therefore is not for everyone.
If you like free spirited travel where you can move around constantly or be out sight-seeing all day, then it may not be for you as a regular form of travel, however house sitting could still be a great addition to your travel mix.
And, if you love slower paced immersion travel into cultures and communities, experiencing the joy of getting to know the locals, or want time to learn a new language or write that illusive book, and would love to enjoy the pleasure of awesome pets, then house sitting may well be perfect for you.