Take a look at these user friendly websites and you will be managing your life in no time.
Cooking Assistant: Don’t know what to cook tonight? Your soup is a little too salty? Well with chefsline.com you can ask an array of professional experienced chef’s and cooks about your cooking questions. You can chat live from your computer or you can call them on the phone. They provide expertise answers to even your toughest cooking and baking questions.
Financial Assistant: The days of writing budgets on paper are over. Mint.com is a great tool to help you manage all your money securely online. It’s a free service that links to your checking and/or credit card accounts and keeps tabs on your budget according to your transactions. It also provides weekly e-mail updates to let you know how you are doing on your budgets.
Medical Assistant: Refill your prescriptions online? Why not, it’s fast, easy and super convenient. At most pharmacies like CVS.com and Walgreens.com, you can refill your prescription with a click of the button. If you find yourself too busy or unable to go to the pharmacy they will even mail your prescription to you for a small fee.
Grocery Assistant: Stop shopping at three different grocery stores in order to find all of your monthly grocery and home needs. With Alice.com, who knew you could buy groceries online and then have them delivered to your house for free? Well the groceries aren’t free but shipping is, which makes this site even more loveable. Although you can’t buy perishable food, you can pretty much find anything from men’s razors to granola bars. It even provides coupons for you to use at checkout and the prices are pretty comparable to a regular grocery store.
Reputation Assistant: Don’t want to be a target of scams, identity fraud or spam mail, then reputationdefender.com can help you manage your reputation for as little as $2.95 a month. This websites monitors your private information on a continual basis, giving you the piece of mind when applying for a job or credit approval.
Make sure to bookmark these great websites to start building your own personalized line of virtual assistants. Happy Managing!