In the flurry of time-consuming errands and party-planning nightmares, the fun of holiday festivities, family, and friends can get buried. Enjoy your holiday season and let someone else spend all that thoughtful time finding a top-notch sunrise simulation alarm clock for your groggy, winter-weary kitten. Today's Groupon gets you three hours of errands run, gifts bought, and parties planned by your own personal assistant from Moments Concierge for $25, a $105 value.
A friendly concierge, who graduated from Triangle Concierge Masters Academy, will perform three hours of services for Groupon customers. Knock out a big three-hour task, split up a couple of smaller tasks, or complete 180 different minute-long tasks, such as labeling your Pez dispenser collection. Though you don't have to use all three hours at once, you will need to reserve your concierge 48 hours in advance of service. Send your assistant out to find a swan-turducken for your holiday feast, or give your busy mom a moment to sit down amid her holiday hostess duties.
At last year's holiday party, your guests tripped over your poorly placed soufflé. Revamp your holiday-hosting reputation with a bit of expert help. Your concierge will coordinate the catering and details to keep your event disaster-free so that you can enjoy your own party and collect compliments on your hard work and extraordinary holiday-party vision. If you aren't planning a party, let your personal assistant get stuck and sticky with picking up, delivering, and setting up your Christmas tree, or picking up the groceries for your woodsy winter buffet.
If the New Year sees you in a new apartment, let Moments help you unpack and put away your stuff or wait for the guy to hook up the gas or cable while you're at work. Your concierge will travel within 15 miles to make sure you have groceries in the fridge in those first days of your new home. Tell your boss, friends, and family you've hired a personal assistant and gain their immediate respect and appreciation for how busy your life really is. Soak in the respect and spend all the time you'll save savoring your swan-turducken leftovers in a state of unadulterated calm.
Note: Moments Concierge will travel within 15 miles of 343 Scott St.
To Serve at the Pleasure of the Queen
It would be great to live like royalty for a day with your own personal assistant. Real royals, however, don't have just one personal assistant, but many. Here are just some of the many assistants who serve the Queen of England:
- Personal Food Taster: This position is usually given to a plucky orphan, after which a pluckier, less poisoned orphan is found.
- Personal Paintball Instructor: A largely ceremonial position, he or she assists with Her Majesty’s many paintball-related duties, including the traditional paintballing of a Christmas goose.
- Personal Shoe Put-On-Er: Only hired so the Queen can feel sassy each morning as she says, “I can put on my own dang shoes!”
- Personal Problem Child: So that she could live out her screenplay for Problem Child 4: A Royal Problem, the Queen hired original Problem Child actor Michael Oliver, now 28, to live with her and be incorrigible.
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