If you spend your day advising and counseling talent and personalities in the entertainment industry, concierge services may provide all of the assistance you need on an as-needed basis. While you find and develop new talent and create opportunities for those artists you represent, your personal concierge team can check off the timely tasks on your to-do list. And you won’t have to worry about the privacy of your clients when you hire a reputable company with years of experience.
As we enter into our second month of isolating during the COVID-19 crisis, we want to remind you that our mission has always been to help you. We miss seeing so many of you in person and up close. There’s nothing normal about this “new normal” and we hope you know we are here to support you. We’re highlighting our virtual services that can help you or someone you know during these uncertain times. Until we can give you a real hug, please accept virtual hugs from our team to all of you.
Your child is heading to school in the city, and even though you know over the past 18 years you have given them all the tools to live on their own, you may want a little reassurance that they have help if they need it. Fini Concierge, Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston Best Concierge, offers personal concierge services to students in the Boston area. Continue reading
Time is the one thing we always want and need more of. Just about anyone you talk to will agree that they would like more time. More time to get work or school projects finished. More time to spend with friends and family. More time to travel. More time to just relax. More time is something we all desire. So, how exactly do we go about getting it?
For many people in Boston, the New Year is a time to reflect on the previous year. What did you love? What wasn’t so great? How can you make this year even better than the last?
How many times have you heard someone say,
“I wish there were more hours in the day!”
We hear it all of the time. Due to busy schedules at home, work, or even planning around an upcoming vacation, most of us want more time. For some that’s more time to relax, and for others it can be more time to work. Either way, imagine if you could give the gift of time this holiday season. 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
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