As the 2019 holiday season approaches you might be starting to think about relaxing on a beach with sun, sea and Sangria. Or you might be dreading going on holiday because the thought of switching off and leaving your business in someone else’s hands is simply too hard to contemplate – we’ve all been there!

You work extremely hard running your business and you deserve a break and to spend quality time with your family.  Rest and recuperation are also important for our mind and body and critical to achieving a positive work-life balance.

This year, why not consider asking for help from a Virtual Assistant whilst you are away?

I practice what I preach too – when I go on my annual holiday every year, I enlist the support of my virtual team to provide holiday cover in my absence.   The team handle everything for me from the day to day tasks such as administrative tasks, email and call handling as well as social media management and managing my diary – leaving me with more time to spend with my family whilst on holiday and time to recharge my batteries safe in the knowledge that sh*t is being handled by a kick ass support team!

It really is vital for business owners to take a break and the best way to do that is to switch on your out of office and leave your business in the capable hands a virtual assistant.  Many virtual assistants were previously Executive Assistants or Personal Assistants prior to becoming freelance and therefore have experience in helping businesses to run smoothly and experience in managing the essential tasks that keep a business moving forward.

Here at TWVA, we specialise in supporting business owners so if you would like to learn more about how we can help you relax on holiday and avoid any arguments with the family, why not arrange a call with Tiffany on 07760 222906 or email to find out more.

*Source - The Guardian.


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