Posted March 13, 2018 12:02:18 It seems like everywhere you turn, you can find an option for people who need a bit of a break from their car, but are unable to do so in their own homes.
In this exclusive story, ABC News understands that one person has spent the last six months using a carwash in her own home.
Key points:A woman’s secret love for a car has helped her get away from her car woesA former neighbour says it’s been a huge boost for her lifeShe has been using the car wash at her former home for the past six months, but says the process has been a “big boost” for her wellbeing.
“I’m going to use the car as a car,” she said.
“It’s not for the sake of it, but for the car to wash itself, and it makes my life a lot better.”
Ms Lattin says her love for the washing machine has allowed her to focus on her personal life.
“When I first started it I used to use it just to wash my clothes,” she told ABC News.
“Now it’s helping me with my cooking, cleaning, taking care of the pets, so it’s made my life easier.”‘
Not like it used to be’When Ms Latti first began washing her car, it was a bit rough.
“But once I got over that and started washing myself, it really started to turn around,” she explained.
“There’s nothing like it before.”
Ms Kattan said the experience has been an “outrageous success story”.
“It really has helped me get over that hump where I was so unhappy and so anxious to go to work,” she added.
“My anxiety levels have really gone down.”‘
I have to work’While many people would love to spend a day a week working out and cooking, the reality is that most of us are busy.
“If you’re just sitting at home, you’re not going to be able to do it, and you’re certainly not going a day out,” Ms Kattin said.
That’s because most people have other things on their minds, such as family commitments, and so they have to go back to work.
“And there’s a lot of stress in the home, and people need to be in work,” Ms Latin said, adding that it is not something people often think about.
“You don’t think about it until you have to leave home, so there’s no time to think about what you’re going to do after you get home.”
Ms Moo said she was surprised to find a car washing in her home when she first started.
“That’s what’s changed my life, because now I don’t have to worry about whether or not I’m going out and going out on a date or if I’m getting my nails done or if my mum’s going to see me,” she recalled.
“So now I can do that and I’m not going back to school.”
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