You don’t need to be wealthy to hire a personal assistant. Just smart.
A personal assistant or house manager can help you eat healthier, improve your relationships or build a business. How’s that for return on investment?
Using a service like Care.com allows you to hire based on a job description you create, which may include meal prepping, errand running, housework and other tasks. Be specific with the description to get the right fit. Always call references and use the option to perform a background check. Stop spending time on tasks you don’t like and outsource like a boss.
– Marcey Rader, Work Well, Play More