Flair Cleaners works with a diverse group of customers from across Los Angeles County. Our clients include corporate and studio executives and business professionals, job seekers, fashionable men and women, students and others, all wanting to look their best. While unique, all of these people have one thing in common: they all want more time in the day to get everything done. With that in mind, we wanted to offer a few ideas on how everyone can put another hour in their day.
Time Saving Ideas
Keep a Schedule. Being organized is a simple way to get more time. Keeping a schedule forces you to be intentional about the way you spend your time and stops you from wasting it on unimportant tasks.
Get Up 15 Minutes Earlier. Waking up 15 or 30 minutes earlier than normal can make your morning routine much less stressful. It can also give you time to read, exercise or prepare your mind for a new day.
Develop a Storage System. Most people don’t realize how much time they spend looking for things. With a good storage strategy – “everything in its place” – you can reduce the time you spend searching for things and free your mind to focus on more important issues.
Cut Out a Time-wasting Habit. Most of us have at least one habit, like watching too much TV, that takes up a lot of time without adding much to our lives. Focus on eliminating these habits. You might find that you really do have the time to finish something more important.
Automate Your Bill-Paying. Paying bills can be tedious. Using direct deposit and automated payments may save an hour or more every week. Set up an account at Flair Cleaners, join our VIP Express program or bring your laundry to us. These can save you time and extra trips.
Enjoy Every Day. While enjoying yourself won’t save you time, it will make your days feel longer and fuller. Don’t forget to make your own happiness a priority no matter how busy you get.
We hope these tips free up some of your time. If you have questions on how to automate your dry cleaning at Flair, just ask any of our customer service associates.