GladlyDo is very excited to unveil our new website, which has taken almost a year to create and perfect for your ease and convenience. Scroll through the images below to see what’s new! Our New Homepage: Because “Less Busy, More Happy” is our goal for all of our customers. We take care of your to-do… Read More The New Look of Gladlydo.com
Looking to host a great Super Bowl party? We’ve got your back. We listed a few Super Bowl essentials to get you on the right path to throwing the party of the season that will be sure to impress your friends. Grab and Go food: This is key. The food should be bite-sized, messy, and easy to… Read More GladlyDo’s Superbowl Party Checklist
January’s Doer of the month is being awarded to Jack R. from Regis College! Since joining GladlyDo at the end of September, Jack has completed over 40 jobs. We asked Jack a few questions about being a Doer and about himself so that you could get to know more about what makes a great Doer. 1)… Read More GladlyDo “Doer of the Month”: Jack R from Regis College
We can’t decide what’s worse, the stress that leads up to the holidays or the downfall afterwards where you realize that reality and work are just around the corner. In the blink of an eye, all of the free time that the holidays granted you has come and gone, and you probably had a lot… Read More GladlyDo’s Post-Holiday Stress Relief
This morning, a friend of ours forwarded over the New York Times article titled, “In a Self-Serve World, Start-Ups Find Value in Human Helpers”. He said in his email, “Someone should call the New York Times and tell them they forgot to mention GladlyDo.” The article highlights the trend that we’ve seen of technology replacing humans. Paul English, the… Read More The Power of Human Help – New York Times Article Response
Thank you so much to Garlic Jackson Comedy and Sorta Best Friends for helping us make this awesome video. If if makes you laugh (even once) – be sure to share it!
Felt and Pinecone Elves Handprint Santa Ornament To make your own ornaments you’ll need: 1/2 cup All-Purpose Flour 1/2 cup Salt 1/4 cup Water Paint Mod Podge Ribbon To make your salt dough, mix your flour, salt, and water in a bowl. Knead them together until you have a soft dough that you can… Read More GladlyDo’s 6 DIY Holiday Crafts For The Family