By day, I work as a Virtual Assistant. I have worked with authors, speakers, editors, and business owners doing such tasks as responding to email, managing calendars, coordinating conference calls, arranging travel, proofreading, creating forms, posting to blogs,managing social media, and pretty much whatever comes up that the client needs. If you have any questions about what virtual assistants do or have needs that are fewer than 5 hours per week or on an as-needed basis, contact me and I’ll see what I can do for you as my schedule and client load permits. At the very least, I’ll be able to help you see what your needs might be if you aren’t sure yourself.
If you are looking for a Virtual Assistant for at least 5 hours per week on a regular basis, I recommend that you contact eaHELP to discuss your needs. They have a fantastic group of assistants who do excellent work and they will find someone to fit your needs, lifestyle, and personality. At eaHELP I am part of the VEA Community Leader Team, and it’s a company for whom I’ve enjoyed working.
Some of my favorite tools that I use as a virtual assistant are: