3,5 extra hours to yourself per week: how to

Most working parents feel a bit uneasy from time to time. We want to be a good employee, but also a fun parent, and a nice partner. The juggling of those roles can get pretty stressful, even without having to do chores at home. But, you know what? You don’t have to do all of it by yourself! Mr. Timesaver will take care of your laundry & dry cleaning duties, so you have more time in a day. Time you can spend on yourself.

We started Mr. Timesaver because we noticed that the work-life balance of many has gotten harder to manage. We work towards the beautiful home, for the well-being of our children, and the vacation far far away. We tend to forget about ourselves along the way. When was the last time you read a book? Learned something new? Made new friends?

Busy, busy, busy. Because of this lack of free-time we don’t spend enough quality time with our kids, partners, or ourselves anymore. That makes us feel guilty. Research shows that 37% of all working parents would like to spend more time with their kids, and 30% would like to spend more time with each other. But, more astoundingly, half of all working parents long for more alone time. Time to see their friends, practice their hobbies, or exercise.


Time consuming chores take up all your time!

Of course work swallows up most of our time, but what about chores? Take laundry for instance. It costs 26 minutes to separate clothing, load the washing machine, put them in the dryer, fold them, and then put them away. A family does laundry on average 6 times per week. Do the math! On top of that approximately 55 additional minutes are spent on *whoop!* ironing. That’s 3,5 hours of your week, gone!

That time is enough to do something fun with your kids, have dinner with your partner, or go for a jog around the neighborhood. In the meantime, Mr. Timesaver will take care of your laundry & dry cleaning. Just plan your pick-up & delivery at a time that suits you best, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Mr. Timesaver is open 7 days a week, from 7 a.m. until midnight. 

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