Jul 252014
 
 July 25, 2014  Posted by  General Tagged with: ,

relocationHello and welcome, thanks for joining me again.

We’ve had some big changes here this week with our relocation! We’ve moved from Beaconsfield to Narre Warren – it isn’t far, about 10 minutes down the road. It’s been a bit chaotic having to pack everything up, move and then unpack and put things in their place. It means that we can’t exactly take on our regular workload while the office is in shambles – even with my trusty laptop. First on the agenda is getting the office back together.

Moving can be a very stressful time for some people, you may have to take time off work to sort through stuff, pack, transport etc. Then there’s the unpacking – though that can be done during the evenings once you’re back at work.

So, which is easier: relocating when you work from home, or relocating if you’re an employee? There is no definitive “better” when it comes to moving house – they’re both laborious, they both take some preparation and planning, and you’ll most likely be exhausted by the time it’s all done (I know I am)!

Outsource for Moving

Wouldn’t it be good if you could take the time out you need to move and still work and earn money? There is a solution and that is to outsource whatever you can so that your business stays ahead of the game. VAs are very flexible these days in the services they offer; bookkeeping, graphic design, phone support, social media support, newsletters and general administrative duties. Even if you outsource to a couple of different VAs, you’re still better off than simply halting your business for a few days to a week or even longer.

So, just because you have to take the time out to pack up and move doesn’t mean your business needs to as well. Outsource to a VA and your business will continue full steam ahead, allowing you to focus on a smooth transition into your new home – you’ll be less stressed and happier for it.

Thanks for reading and I look forward to you joining me next time.

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