More Time than Money Associates? People Are Happy to Help

By Cristina Yu, Esq. on May 02, 2014 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

As an associate, you might find that you have more time than money. The money's great, but if you're stressed out and working yourself to death, it's not worth it. Luckily, there are many companies and individuals standing by, ready to happily take some of your money and give you back some time.

Do you, for some reason, not find grocery shopping a rewarding and engrossing activity? Do you blow off exercising because you're too tired -- even though you know it will give you more energy? Do you put off errands because you're too focused on work and don't have time?

If so, read on. Soon your problem will be solved.

Get Your Food Delivered

You need fuel to work, but who has time to shop and cook? Luckily, you have lots of options. If you like fruits and vegetables, jump on the Internet and search for local businesses (there are lots of them) that will deliver a box of produce to your door weekly. Some grocery stores, such as Safeway and Walmart (yep, Walmart sells groceries), deliver in some areas. There are also services that deliver fresh and complete meals.

No Time to Exercise? Get a Walking Desk

There are several gadgets to get you motivated and exercising. One of the best is the treadmill desk because it allows you to do your favorite thing -- work! -- while you exercise. It might seem crazy, but studies show that after a couple months, people develop the necessary fine motor control and are actually more productive on a walking desk than on a regular desk.

Get Someone to Do Your Chores

Ah, you are living the dream with this one. You can, indeed, hire people to do your chores for you. Errands, cleaning, phone calls, waiting around for deliveries, walking your pet -- everything. You'll want to go with a trusted company that background checks their employees. Better yet, make sure the employees are bonded.

There you go. With the help of the Internet, American capitalism and your hard-earned money, you can free up time to relax. Seriously, time is life. Instead of hoarding your dollars and being miserable, you can spread some of the wealth around, help other people earn their own living and make yourself happy at the same time.

Soon your heart -- and, okay, your wallet -- will be lighter.

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