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Get In Line For Covid Vaccine: Tips On Getting an Appointment In the DC Area

In Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia, people aged 65 and over are among those eligible to receive the vaccine. However, with limited supply and high demand, getting one is difficult. You need to monitor the constantly changing information on vaccine providers and spend a lot of time on the phone or computer. Here are some […]

Declutter Your Mind: Have a Personal Assistant Tackle Your To Do List

We all know about work-induced anxiety, but what about personal challenges? According to a 2014 study by the Council on Contemporary Families, people are more stressed at home than at work. While employees may know what they’re supposed to do, people at home can lack that workplace clarity, have task lists that never end, and […]

Give the Gift of Moving Help This Holiday Season

Do you know someone who is moving in the DMV this holiday season? Give the gift of personal assistant services to accommodate their relocation needs! Now more than ever, moving concierge services are tremendously helpful due to the pandemic.  Here are some ways Potomac Concierge will help your loved ones in the midst of […]

With Gratitude and Thanks to Our Clients at Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, we are feeling more grateful than ever for our wonderful clients like you. Modifying the way we help others in a global pandemic was possible because of the trust and confidence you placed in us. Your flexibility, positivity, and resilience helped make everything go smoothly. Working with people like you is what makes […]

2020 Pandemic Gift Giving in the DMV

The 2020 holiday season will be like no other. Thankfully, even a global pandemic won’t stop the tradition of giving great gifts to friends! Because of social distancing and other COVID-related impacts, your holiday gift giving may require more creativity in 2020, so it’s essential to be prepared earlier than normal. Even getting your holiday […]

Organizing the Pantry: 6 Pandemic Tips from a Professional Organizer

Since March, your kitchen has likely become a hot spot in your home. As we all stocked up on basics and created just-in-case inventories, the demand for pantry space soared. Pre-pandemic, all that eating out made it easier to maintain order. Does your pantry set-up still work for you? Follow These Steps to Take Back […]

Tips to Stay Organized When Adult Children Move Back Home

The coronavirus outbreak has pushed millions of young adults to move back with family members. An adult child returning can cause major shifts in a household and regardless of how much you love them, it can add stress. Here are some tips that may help with the transition: Declutter – Is your son’s old bedroom […]

Genius Tips for Simplifying Your Email Overload

These days, many of us are relying on email more than ever. Like physical clutter, an overloaded inbox is distracting and causes stress. Essential emails can easily get lost if you lack organization and an efficient system for your incoming and outgoing messages. Here are some tips to consider to simplify your email communications: 9 […]

Home Organization Tips: Back to Basics

Anxiety levels are higher in these uncertain times and clutter around the house doesn’t help ease your mental load. Now that your home is being used as a multi-purpose space, clutter accumulates quickly with personal, work, and school items all mixed together. Decluttering and re-organizing can be productive ways to spend time while engaging in […]

Vetting Vendors During COVID-19

Advice from Move Managers, Professional Organizers & Personal Assistants In this uncertain environment, it’s imperative to take extra precautions before allowing anyone inside your home. This includes vendors such as electricians, plumbers, handymen, HVAC techs, appliance repairmen, interior designers, moving crews, professional organizers, and personal assistants. Here are some questions to ask before hiring anyone: […]

11 Video Conferencing Tips to Help Look and Sound Your Best

These days, many of us are connecting through Zoom meetings. If being on camera is new to you, read on for things to consider to ensure you are being seen and heard in the best light possible. 1) BACKGROUND – Your messy bookshelf is distracting to others. You don’t need a white-studio background, but ensure […]

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