The Cleaner Team
Owner & Operator
Message from the founder
The Myah Maids Story
Growing up, my mother always reminded me of the importance of cleaning. She not only taught me the benefits of a clean space, but she reinforced the values the cleaning process offered the cleaner. At first, as with most, I found it a chore. However, as time passed, it began to take shape as a form of meditation. It went from a couple of days a week to an everyday ritual. Even further, I became passionate about mastering the process.
I always wanted to help others. I used cleaning as a stress reliever and pursued nursing as my profession until I was injured on the job. I was out of work for months. All the time spent home resulted in me increasing my cleaning time significantly. I began to give it my all, cleaning for friends and family. I was deep cleaning their homes, businesses, and even cars! While this started as a form of coping, it quickly altered the lives of those around me. My friends and family suddenly found themselves doing so much more and found it hard to go without my services. At one point, I finally realized I wasn’t just helping myself; I was helping everyone.
On Thursday, January 8, 2015, around 7:30 PM, I vividly remembered sitting at the kitchen table talking to my dad about the changes in my life. As I explained to my father how I loved helping people through nursing, I told him that cleaning was my true calling. He looked at me and said, “Go after your vision; no one will believe in your dreams as much as you, so don’t get sidetracked by the people who warn you about the risks they fear. Plan your vision and execute it.”
Five days later, my father passed away on January 13, 2015. I can never put into words the impact of my last intimate conversation with my father. I looked to my daughter, Myah, and knew I had to inspire her as my father and mother had encouraged me. That is the foundation of Myah Maids, and I cannot wait for the rest of the story. I am eternally grateful to all who will become a part of our story and cannot wait for the rest of it to be told by my daughter one day.