Balance Your Personal Life
It's no secret that you probably work more in Korea than you have somewhere else. Spending more time in the office is something that is expected in a lot of workplaces. There is no shortage of articles that mention the corporate culture of marathon workdays and how it takes a toll on society. But you don't need to read about it to know the truth of the matter. It's a way of life in Korea.
One of the best reasons to get a personal assistant is the ability to have some sort of work/life balance. It’s okay to be focused on work, getting a promotion or growing an empire, but it’s generally not okay to do this at the cost of your family.
Having a trusted personal assistant to take the load off by taking care of smaller tasks can be a huge help in gaining back your time and maintaining a healthier work/life balance. For those who are weary of the added costs of hiring someone, we recommend considering it as an investment in yourself. By investing in a personal assistant, you’re essentially buying time – something more valuable than anything in the world.
Wonderful offers an affordable on-demand option where you only need to pay for the time you use. Dedicated to supporting expats and travelers in Korea, the service is bilingual in both English and Korean. The team is staffed with highly educated assistants that are well trained in getting things done efficiently.
Whether you need help coordinating translations for documents, getting an apostle, arranging deliveries, doing light research on Korean websites, or calling local businesses - Wonderful can assist. We can also send last minute gifts, flowers and groceries to your family. It’s as easy as sending a text message or email. We recommend making an organized list of tasks if you have multiple requests at once and providing as much detail in advance to save time from going back and forth. Once your assistant gets to know your specific needs, they can store this information and become increasing efficient over time.
Hopefully at some point, you can take that time you saved and pick up a new hobby or go on a family vacation. After all, the key to happiness is balance.