Services We DON’T Offer in a Nutshell

July 21, 2017
Health Care - Services We DON

You may have seen our latest “Services in a Nutshell” blog about some of the most common services that we perform for our clients on a daily basis. While a lot of our services are on a case by case basis, we wanted to give you a list of some common requests that we don’t […]

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Our Services In A Nutshell

July 7, 2017
Meal prepping with A Second Me

Browsing through our site can offer loads of information for those looking to get to know A Second Me a little better. Learn about our team members, read some testimonials from previous clients, and learn some helpful tips as well as read personal stories from our team over on our blog site. While we do […]

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Get To Know Us

June 9, 2017
Karen Prante (A Second Me Owner)

If you’ve checked out our website recently, you may have noticed that our staff bios page has changed a bit, and we’ve added two new members to the A Second Me team! However, if you haven’t gotten a chance to read the staff bios page, are a new customer, or thinking about hiring our services, […]

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Copy Yourself…In the Kitchen!

May 8, 2017
A Second Me Meal Planning

We pride ourselves in the fact that we are considered your duplicate when it comes to completing your everyday tasks that you need help with. Whether the tasks are organization related, errand related, or even companionship related, we will complete every single task with the same quality and care as if you were doing it […]

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April Gardening 101

April 12, 2017
April Gardening 101

April is a month filled with leftover spring-cleaning, preparing for Easter if you celebrate it, and if you live in Virginia, finally feeling hopeful enough to start gardening because the weather is actually consistent enough to do so. However, with the task of gardening come some dos and don’ts of the April springtime gardening season. […]

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Stress Free: Easier Than You Think

March 24, 2017
Save yourself from stress with A Second e

Stress seems to follow us at all stages of life – from juggling school assignments and extracurriculars, to starting your own family and maintaining your career. While these milestones bring an enormous amount of joy in life, they inevitably bring stress that is often difficult to overcome by yourself. So, to help you out, we […]

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Seeking Care Out of State

March 3, 2017
Seeking Care Out of State

Caring for an elderly parent, while rewarding, can also be very difficult to manage. Constantly ensuring that their fridge is stocked with meals that are easy to cook or heat up, filling prescriptions and making sure that your parent is taking their medication on time, and checking in on your loved one to keep them […]

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Simplify Meal Times with Meal Prepping

February 17, 2017
Meal Prep Overnight oats

Oftentimes when one hears the term “meal prepping” an image of an entire day spent cooking meals for the week with numerous dirty dishes comes to mind. A Second Me can help with your meal prepping woes, but we’ve done a little digging and have found some easy nonperishable recipes that will make dreading meal […]

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The Trials and Tribulations of Moving Mom

February 2, 2017
Moving boxes

Moving a parent can be a difficult experience. With so many errands to run and phone calls to make, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed during the process. Our employees know exactly how you feel, and have been through the same situation themselves! Read below to hear Linda’s story and how she wished she had the […]

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Super Human, or Sandwich Generation?

January 26, 2017
Super Dad

Beep…beep…beep…your good morning wake up call at 5:00 AM every morning. You slowly drag yourself out of bed and shuffle to the kitchen for coffee. An essential item every morning to prepare for the long day ahead. First off, wake up children, make breakfast for children, and help them get ready. Leave by 7 to […]

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