7 Ways to Streamline Your Daily Schedule through Outsourcing

This is a guest post by Brenda Savoie, a content marketer, private English tutor, and desperate dreamer. Writing her first romantic novel. Seeking contentment through mindfulness. Find her on Twitter and Facebook.

Living in a modern age certainly has its benefits, but it can also get pretty hectic.

Everything is happening so fast, and it is getting increasingly hard to keep up. Building your career, going to meetings, running errands, having a social life, and setting aside some time for yourself on a tight schedule seems like an impossible achievement.

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Even if you are disciplined enough to come up with a daily schedule which will include all of these things, you will still come up short very often.

So what can you do to change things?

Well, you can make modern technology work for you and outsource some of your daily tasks, so you can focus more on your work. Or have more time for your family and friends, whichever is your priority.

Here are 7 ways you can use outsourcing to save time and improve your life.

  1. Shopping for Groceries.

Because your schedule is so busy, you will need a healthy meal that will provide with all the nutrition and energy you need throughout the day.

However, driving to the supermarket, picking up groceries, and driving back home, can eat up a significant chunk of your free time. And if you are working a job which requires you to capture a moment of inspiration, such as writing, you don’t want to disrupt that process by running errands.

Luckily, you can rely on InstaCart to order groceries online, decide on the delivery time, and just open the door when the delivery man arrives. It doesn’t get much easier than that.

  1. Daily Commute.

After a long day at work, the drive home seems to last an eternity. Not only is it incredibly exhausting, but it’s also time-consuming and you need to worry about a bunch of other things, such as traffic and filling up the gas tank.

It’s no better when you’re going to work either, because you have to think about where you are going to park your car. Perhaps a better option would be to use Uber.

It allows you to enjoy all of the advantages of driving a car to work, without any of the downsides. Plus, you can use the time to get more work done or to plan ahead.

  1. Proofreading Your Work.

Whether you are a writer writing a new book, a content marketer that needs to create brilliant content for your audience, or a businessman corresponding with your clients, what you write needs to be flawless.

However, after putting all of your time and effort into writing, there won’t be much left for proofreading your work.

Even if you have time, it’s always better to have a second pair of eyes look it over. For that, you can use Essayontime, a professional writing, editing, and proofreading service which will check your work and save you time.

On top of that, their feedback will help you improve your writing skills.

  1. Administrative and Creative Tasks.

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You will find that, even if you have ideas on how to improve your performance or grow your business, doing administrative and technical work will eat most of your time. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. Websites like

Websites like Upwork and Fivver enable you to hire freelancers that will help you shoulder some of the burdens.

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You can hire a virtual assistant to maintain your schedule and correspond with your collaborators, writers to come up with creative copy, or a graphic artist that will enhance the visual image of your company.

Best of all, since they are paid per project, they won’t cost you as much as regular employees.

  1. Cleaning.

Unless you have a habit of keeping your house neat and tidy all the time, you will find that you won’t always have time for cleaning up your place.

This is especially problematic if you are working from home, because a messy working environment can complete disrupt your focus.

The solution to this are home services like Handy, which can make your house spotless in no time. All you have to do is book a term and that’s it. You can also hire their handymen to fix stuff around your house, such as faucets, as well as to put together furniture for you.

  1. Laundry.

You don’t realize how time-consuming doing your laundry is, until you branch out and start living on your own. And the worst thing about it is that it’s not something you can simply skip and do later, unless you prefer going to work in dirty clothes.

Fortunately, FlyCleaners can take care of that for you.

Simply schedule a time when they’re going to pick it up and that’s it. Once it’s done, it will be delivered right back to your door. They also offer the possibility of delivering clean laundry the next morning, in case it’s an emergency.

  1. Taking the Dog out for a Walk.

Pets are a wonderful thing to have, but they also require you to take care of them, especially if you own a dog.

Dogs love the outdoors, which means taking them out for a walk is a must. If you simply cannot find the time for it, you can check out Wag!, where you can hire people to walk your dog for you.

Now, you might have reservation towards a complete stranger taking your beloved pet out for a walk, which is why Wag! allows you to meet the dog walker first, and then decide whether or not they are the right person for the job. Plus, using the Wag! App, you can keep track of their location at any moment.

Streamlining your daily schedule through outsourcing is a great opportunity for you, not just to save time, but also to dedicate yourself to developing your career. This way, everything will get done, without any compromise when it comes to quality.

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