Oh, holiday cards. People love to receive them and display them on their fridge or mantle. But when it comes to sending them out, that’s a task often dreaded. Continue reading
Many of us struggle to achieve a healthy balance between work and family or personal life. But, whose responsibility (the employee or the employer) is it to ensure that an individual achieves that work-life balance? And at whose expense?
If the company you work for is moving its entire office to a different city, chances are you’re going with them, too. You’ve probably also been set up with a professional relocation company who will make sure all of your belonging get from your old home to your new one.
But what about once you arrive in your new city at your new home? The help with your move shouldn’t stop once all of the furniture and boxes have been unloaded off of the moving truck. You do, after all, have a job to get back to Monday morning. Continue reading
Around the holidays or after closing a sale, show appreciation to valuable clients while staying top of mind for referrals and future opportunities. While it’s tempting to send a bottle of wine, chocolates or fruit basket, these gifts won’t leave a lasting impression. Instead, surprise them with a gift that will improve their lives and make the transition to their new home even easier. Continue reading
There are over 100 colleges in Massachusetts and more than 250,000 students in the Boston area alone. For visiting and continuing faculty of these institutions, the demands of the job can make it difficult to stay on top of day-to-day tasks. Whether you are teaching, researching, traveling, on sabbatical or all of the above, faculty resources provided by the university may not be enough to support your busy life. Continue reading
There just aren’t enough hours in the day! We all experience times when the thought of picking up our dry cleaning or groceries is just too time consuming, much less actually having the time to do those errands. Here are everyday items we can help with when life’s daily errands just can’t get done. Continue reading
Business and travel have always gone hand in hand. It’s estimated that 1.3 million business trips happen every day in the United States. For many of these professionals, they spend more time in airports and hotel rooms than in their own homes. That can make things like home to-do lists or administrative tasks difficult to complete. And, who wants to drop off dry cleaning on one of the few days back home? This is where a virtual assistant comes in handy.
Cape Cod is the ideal location to plan your next corporate event. With a wide range of venue and restaurant options to choose from, you can guarantee a beautiful view of the ocean year-round and accommodating outdoor spaces when weather permits. We recommend planning your event as early as possible, especially if it falls between May-August.
Privacy concerns are something we all deal with in our daily lives. And privacy can mean different things to everyone. Is the view of your home blocked from the street well enough by landscaping? How much of your data is available online? Are the people who work in your home discreet? Continue reading