Life without the life admin? Yes please!
With work, bills, more work, phone pings, perhaps a bit of home-schooling and the lofty expectation that your home should look like something off of Grand Designs… life admin and adulthood all gets a bit much sometimes, doesn’t it?
There are days where you want to throw your favourite trainers on and get out to do the things you love or go out of an evening and spend time with people who matter to you. There are also days where you just want to indulge in all the delicious stuff we aren’t supposed to eat and binge box sets.
Here’s the thing:
There’s nothing wrong with doing what you want and making time for that with family and friends. But there is a lot wrong with how guilty it can make us feel because life admin is screaming at us from the kitchen draw/ inboxes/ squeezing our routines.
That’s why our platform exists. Plain and simple. No more worrying about mortgage documents, insurance papers, receipts or warranties. I know, how is that witchcraft possible?
The Personal Archive (“PAC”) tech makes it super easy to get all of your important documents together, to store them securely and to share them far more safely than attaching them to hackable emails or stuffing them in the drawer of ‘useful stuff’.
- You can check out our tech for free. Normally, we offer a 30-day free trial, but we’ve decided to make it 60 days if you join our two-minute tip community.
- If you’re wondering how it all works, don’t worry. Our handy guides and real human team are on hand to help.
- What are the two-minute tips, you ask? They will give you a feel for how we can take the headaches out of life admin and make your affairs, big and small, much easier for you and yours in just two minutes per day. We have contests and offers for our members as well.
Just one thing – we love to hear from our community about the things they love to do, with more time to do them by using our tech. Join us on social media and let us know!
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