Boston Personal Concierge Services

Why Hire a Personal Assistant

All working professionals have more to do than they can possibly get done in a day. As our jobs spill over and take up more of our personal time, we find ourselves feeling burned out and overwhelmed. But what if you had an extra pair of hands to help share some of the burden of everyday tasks? Hiring a personal assistant can allow you to take back more of your most precious resource – time. No longer considered a status symbol, personal assistants have become essential Read More >

3 Reasons the Digital Age Can Decrease Productivity

In today's fast-paced world, everyone is looking for ways to get things done quicker and easier. Technology has allowed us to increase the pace at which we work, creating more efficient and effective ways of getting things done. Although the convenience of technology has made our lives easier, it can also create more demands on our time, and can actually decrease productivity - if we let it. The key is to embrace the technological tools that increase productivity, and Read More >

Why Sitting in Urban Traffic Will Cost You

I was walking around the Brighton neighborhood the other day and with every direction I turned, I could not help but notice the enormous amount of cars idling in traffic.  Every direction.  Cars trying to maneuver around a delivery truck making its morning rounds.  City buses packed with weary passengers, jostling for position.  School buses loaded with children struggling to get through the traffic and make it to the schools on schedule.  Add in the occasional Read More >

Confessions of a Boston Personal Concierge

I recently spent an afternoon volunteering at St. Francis House in Boston, the largest day shelter in New England. That day, like many times before, I was serving lunch to the homeless men and women who would stop by every day.  The weather was gloomy outside, but inside the kitchen there was nothing but love and warmth. My confession?  I love sharing my time every week at the shelter.  It's not a lot of time, but I somehow manage to squeeze it all in.  Food has the Read More >

How Not to be a Frazzled Person

It is an all-too-familiar scene played out in virtually every household in America, almost every single day: People rushing out the door in the morning, hustling the children off to childcare or school, sitting through rush-hour traffic, picking up coffee and a breakfast pastry on the way to the office because there was no time for a decent morning meal, squeezing in a call to the doctor’s office to reschedule an appointment in between meetings, picking up the dry Read More >