A password will be e-mailed to you.

We all need an extra hand sometimes.

One of Lakeland’s newest businesses aims to ease the pressure of a seemingly never-ending to-do list. Teresa O’Brien launched Help(her) earlier this year after realizing that many women and small businesses simply need help with day-to-day tasks but can’t spring for a full-time or part-time worker to assist.

Help(her) connects its clients with women (who have undergone background checks) ready to step in to perform odd jobs: cleaning, shopping/running errands, cooking and meal prep, packing and unpacking, event staffing/greeting, office support, content creation, and organization.

On its website, myhelpher.com, potential clients can request a help(her) to fulfill their needs. For those looking for a way to show off their skills in the previously mentioned categories, future help(hers) can begin the registration process via the site.

Help(her) also has an exclusive membership as well as a group that meets bi-weekly to keep clients accountable in reaching their goals.

You can find out more by following Teresa’s company on instagram.

 

0