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Essentially, a personal concierge is someone like me. Conscientious, a people person, trustworthy, reliable, interested in the minutiae, loves multitasking, super-organized, resourceful, a creative problem solver with well-honed instincts, and passionate about research and learning.

Our culture is leading us to work harder, longer. Technology creates an expectation of instant replies, faster thinking and an increased knowledge base. And when Martha Stewart rolled out her magazine and TV Show in the early 1990’s, the traditional birthday party with a Duncan Hines cake and loot bags disappeared into the history books. She fed the modern woman with idyllic scenes of skating parties with homemade marshmallows and cocoa, stunning Christmas ornaments made from Grandma’s knitting basket scraps, and home décor projects that could turn you into an expert on vintage chenille bedspreads.

The thing is, expectations are high. Life is busy. For some, mounting To-Do lists become overwhelming. For others, life is somewhat manageable, but it would be great if there was time to get that lamp rewired, detail the car and once in a while have my fridge miraculously stocked and have home cooked meals in the freezer for those nights that cooking is not an option. And let’s face it, there are a lot of mundane, repetitive chores and tasks we’d like to not have to deal with.

It’s like having your own personal assistant, but on an as-needed basis.

A Personal Concierge, also referred to as a Lifestyle Manager, helps you eliminate or minimize your to-do lists. They make things happen when you can’t. They provide services to busy individuals, families and seniors.