Running Errands: How I Can Help

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

It doesn’t matter what your living arrangements are. Whether you live alone, with a roommate, or with your family, you will need to run a wide range of errands in order to live your life comfortably. Unfortunately, the stress created and time consumed by having to do these errands often eats into your well-deserved leisure time. As I love to preach, I specialization in both home and time management, and without tooting my own horn too much, I like to say I am an errand expert. These seemingly menial tasks may, at first glance, appear to only...

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Preparing For A Road Trip

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Summer means many things – better weather, beaches opening, and most children not having to go to school. All of these elements combine to make summer the perfect time to go on a road trip with your family. Before you pack up your things and jump in the car, there are a variety of things you should do the days leading up to your trip that a lot of people forget, and which can cause a lot of grief once you can get home if left undone. First is to cancel all of your weekly appointments that you have while you are on vacation. While this may...

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The Perfect Summer Evening

Posted by on Jun 10, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

The Perfect Summer Evening

Summer has finally arrived in full force, and with it comes a lot of changes to how you live your life. No longer is your social life trapped indoors or underneath many layers of clothing. Now, you can freely go outside in all of your more comfortable clothing. The coming of warm weather is great for socializing, and one notable type of social gathering that has always incredibly popular this time of year is outdoor dining. Whipping out the grill and preparing your favorite foods all while spending time outdoors with your friends, family, or...

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Tested, Tried, and True: Getting What You Pay For

Posted by on Jun 10, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

I’m often asked by my clients why I charge what I do for the wide range of of services I provide. I’m often told by people that they could pay $60 for a maid to come to their home and clean and get a satisfactory result. My response to these people is analogy once told to me by a friend of mine – what I’ll call the $5 pizza analogy. It’s pretty easy today for you to go to a pizzeria a get a readily available pizza for $5.00. That is all well and good, and when you walk out of that store, you probably think you just snagged yourself quite a...

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