Hourglass Lifestyle Management
08/01/2013 05:31AM ● Published by Style
Photos by Dante Fontana, © Style Media Group
Describe your business. Did you find it, or did it find you?
A little of both. I’ve always been good at keeping an organized home; when a friend asked for my help, I realized that not everyone is good at keeping his or her home running smoothly with as little effort as possible. Things pile up, tasks get pushed aside or forgotten, and the next thing you know you can’t even focus because you have so many unfinished tasks and don’t know where to begin. That’s where I come in! My good friend, Melanie, helped me come up with the business name. The hourglass represents time slipping away. My hope is that I can help regular people spend quality time doing what they love, instead of managing their mess at home, putting off tasks or feeling overwhelmed. I also feel health is hugely important and find that people neglect their health or don’t make it a priority. I’m thrilled that I’ve also added the benefit of great health to my clients, by becoming involved with Visi, a line of health, wellness and anti-aging products. It will be the best thing I can offer my clients to achieve great health. After all, who doesn’t want the best anti-aging products on the market today?
What life accomplishments are you most proud of?
My two amazing daughters (ages 11 and 15) who make me proud to say I’m their mother. They are wise beyond their years.
What’s your biggest job perk?
I get to make my own hours and be available to my children when they need me. I enjoy being able to make a huge difference in a person’s health.
What’s your favorite place to eat out locally?
Papa Gianni’s Ristorante—the food and service are consistently fabulous.
And finally, customer service is…?
I feel as if customer service is rare these days, which is why it is hugely important to me. I think the most important component of customer service is listening to your customer, knowing what they want and then delivering it and exceeding their expectations.
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