Time is the one thing we always want and need more of. Just about anyone you talk to will agree that they would like more time. More time to get work or school projects finished. More time to spend with friends and family. More time to travel. More time to just relax. More time is something we all desire. So, how exactly do we go about getting it?
For those of us who love the hustle and bustle of city living, we also can admit there are limitations in our day to day life that non-city folks do not have to deal with. This can include limited parking or delays in public transportation, running errands during rush hour, finding reputable service providers, managing rental units, and home check-ins while out of town. Our clients who live in Boston enjoy the city life, and we pride ourselves on making their lives easier.
There’s nothing cozier than snuggling up with loved ones by the fireplace on a chilly New England winter night. Seasoned firewood, the soothing sounds of the crackling fire, and warm toes make for a perfect evening.
We decided to get in on the fall fun in New England and went apple picking this weekend! We are excited to try out a bunch of new recipes, along with an old favorite, with all of the fresh fruit we picked. We have bags upon bags of apples and would love to put them to good use! Continue reading
Halloween is quickly approaching and we know you don’t want to be stuck scrambling for a costume or having to buy candy corn as your trick-or-treat. Here are a few ways the Simplified team can help you prepare for your spookiest Halloween yet.
Is a doorman or building concierge on your wish list? If your building doesn’t offer these services, don’t fret! There’s a solution for you that provides a wider range of services and isn’t lumped into a monthly HOA fee. You only pay for the services you need. Continue reading
The beginning of a new school year always feels like a fresh start. Blank planners just ready to be filled. New shoes to get started off on the right foot. And a renewed excitement of all the things to come. Continue reading
There are over 100 colleges in Massachusetts and more than 250,000 students in the Boston area alone. For visiting and continuing faculty of these institutions, the demands of the job can make it difficult to stay on top of day-to-day tasks. Whether you are teaching, researching, traveling, on sabbatical or all of the above, faculty resources provided by the university may not be enough to support your busy life. Continue reading