If you’re searching for what to outsource as a wedding photographer, this post is for you!! But now, it’s time to think outside the box!!
In my first outsourcing post, I shared where to start outsourcing in your business, but here I’m going to outline where to outsource in your life!! Whether you are looking to create more free time in your life or pour that saved time to additional work time in your business, this post is for you!!
Before I share some ideas of what you can outsource, I want to talk about your mindset! Oftentimes, outsourcing means we pay for services that we couldddd do. Instead of thinking of these daily tasks as something we should just do ourselves because we feel spoiled or it’s not something we were raised with, think of it as outsourcing!!
We’re paying other business owners to complete a task for us, so we can complete another task for ourselves!! So with that said, drop any beliefs you had about outsourcing and keep reading for my top two tips!!
Outsource your food
This one has been a LIFESAVER during my busy seasons throughout the year!! Grocery shopping and meal prepping takes me ages (I’ve still not mastered the art of prepping food for an entire week). If that sounds like you, I highly recommend using one (or both) of the following services.
Daily Harvest – this food delivery service seriously saved my life during busy season! You order pre-prepared foods that you stick in your freezer to warm up and eat as needed. What I love about Daily Harvest specifically is that the meals are insanely healthy and full of nutritious ingredients, pre-portioned out, full of flavor and variety, and soooo delicious! Click here and use code RE-Y4GM7AB for $35 off your first order. Do yourself a favor and just try it out, you’ll thank me later!!!
Instacart – if you’re looking for straightforward grocery delivery this is for you! I use instacart year around and absolutely love it! Use that link for a discount on your first order too.
Outsource your house cleaning
Yep!! This is something I consider to be an outsourcing necessity and not a splurge. It’s one business owner hiring another business owner for a service! I’ve found that having my house cleaned once a month works perfectly for my budget and schedule! While they work their magic on my house, I work mine in my business. Hiring a housekeeper was a totally foreigin concept to me, but I’m so glad this has something I’ve added into my life!
These are my top 2 life outsourcing recommendations!!! Send me a message and let me know what you think!!!
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