The following are a few tips to help you decide what to do with your personal assistant: 1.

Start looking at different jobs.

2.

Check out how much you would save.

3.

Look at your current needs and priorities.

4.

Consider getting help from a friend.

5.

Check to see if there are any personal assistants available in your area.

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Talk to your boss.

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See if there’s a job posting available.

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Make a list of what you want and why you need it. 9.

Look for opportunities to connect with your boss and/or others who may have similar needs.

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Search for other opportunities in your community.

11.

Find an employer with a personal assistant.

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Get a job.

13.

Pay the bills.

14.

Volunteer.

15.

Make new friends.

16.

Get out of debt.

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Have a great time doing something fun.

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Meet new people.

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Have fun!

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Find your next dream job.

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Find a way to pay the bills without making any money.

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Go shopping!

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Get some fun activities to do. 24.

Read the latest books and articles.

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Get involved in a community service organization.

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Volunteer with a church.

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Join a church group.

28.

Volunteer at an arts club.

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Volunteer in a non-profit organization.

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Volunteer for an organization that helps the elderly.

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Volunteer to help people in need.

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Volunteer or volunteer at a local soup kitchen.

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Volunteer as a part-time employee.

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Volunteer on an organization helping with homeless shelters.

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Volunteer when you are out of work.

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Volunteer without making a penny.

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Volunteer while traveling.

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Volunteer during a disaster.

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Volunteer because you love it. 40.

Volunteer if you have no other way to make a living.

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Volunteer through an organization to help the elderly and others who are living on the edge.

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Volunteer by calling or emailing local charities or public health centers.

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Volunteer even if you don’t get paid.

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Volunteer just because it’s fun.

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Volunteer more if you want to help someone else.

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Volunteer whether it’s a long-term or short-term commitment.

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Volunteer whenever you can.

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Volunteer wherever you are.

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Volunteer and take part in an outdoor adventure.

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Volunteer every day.

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Volunteer once a month.

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Volunteer monthly to make yourself feel good.

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Volunteer your time to help others.

54.

Volunteer regularly.

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Volunteer together with others in your life.

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Volunteer so others can experience your joy.

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Volunteer whatever you can get your hands on. 58.

Volunteer a lot.

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Volunteer under the supervision of someone who can help you.

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Volunteer online.

61.

Volunteer anytime.

62.

Volunteer directly with your favorite company.

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Volunteer from home or by appointment.

64.

Volunteer remotely.

65.

Volunteer over the phone.

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Volunteer after a long day.

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Volunteer immediately.

68.

Volunteer before you go to bed.

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Volunteer anywhere you go. 70.

Volunteer throughout the day.

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Volunteer again the next day.

72.

Volunteer between hours.

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Volunteer within the next two hours.

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Volunteer the next four hours.

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Volunteer right before your scheduled appointments.

76.

Volunteer all year round.

77.

Volunteer frequently.

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Volunteer 24/7.

79.

Volunteer daily.

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Volunteer only when there is an emergency.

81.

Volunteer outside.

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Volunteer until you are tired.

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Volunteer around the clock.

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Volunteer several times a day.

85.

Volunteer occasionally.

86.

Volunteer everyday.

87.

Volunteer one time a month for a year.

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Volunteer two to three times a month with a specific project.

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Volunteer five to six times a week for a month or two.

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Volunteer three to four times a year for a full year.

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Volunteer twice a year to maintain your energy level.

92.

Volunteer multiple times a season.

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Volunteer many times a weekend.

94.

Volunteer continuously.

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Volunteer four to five times a couple weeks.

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Volunteer weekly or daily.

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Volunteer up to three days a week.

98.

Volunteer sometimes.

99.

Volunteer hourly.

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Volunteer, whether you are working or looking for a job, all the time.

101.

Volunteer everywhere.

102.

Volunteer out of your home.

103.

Volunteer any time.

104.

Volunteer often.

105.

Volunteer constantly.

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Volunteer less if you can help someone.

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Volunteer late at night or during the day, or if you are feeling sad.

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Volunteer much earlier in the day or when you need a break.

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Volunteer early in the morning or at night