Last year my husband wrote an app for us to track our expenses. (This is what he does for fun. I go out to eat for fun. We are like the odd couple over here.) I decided to sit down and try and crunch some numbers and figure out just how much dough these two little whippersnappers cost me.
She’s also the personal assistant for, among other clients, a Very Famous Literary Personage. Personal assistants of Amy's experience make $80-$125K annually, plus health, retirement and bonuses, but those positions are hard to come by.
Let's start with this: San Francisco was just named the second-most expensive place to rent by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, beating out New York City. Just pause and reread that sentence one more time—here, I'll help: beating out New York City. (Honolulu was No. 1.)
Last month we talked to Amy, a longtime personal assistant who currently works for, among others, a Very Famous Writer.