What can a VA do? What can’t we do! Something you don’t see below … ? Just Ask.

What I Do


Virtual EA

Email management, diary management, document creation/amendment, proofreading project admin support, virtual PA holiday or maternity cover, data entry. (Most requested!)


Inbox Support

Responding as you, filing & day to day organisation, setting up email systems, auto responders, templates. (Most requested!)


Personal Support

Life admin management, event organisation, personal research, gift sourcing. (Most requested!)



Preparing meeting agendas, circulating documentation, virtual minuting of meetings, finalising action points with Chair. 



Collating information, preparing & sending newsletters. Familiar with Mailerlite (recommended), Mailchimp and ConverKit, also happy to use your own system. 



Advertise based on your spec, sift, invite to interview, reference check, onboard. 

Community Management

Engaging with your Facebook group (or purpose-built app i.e. Disciple, Mighty Networks), scheduling your content, verifying and admitting group members, checking for rule breaking, adding members to your mailing list. (Package – details coming soon)


Mailing List Set up

Setting up your Mailerlite account, creating easy to use templates for you, scheduling your welcome sequence (Package – details coming soon).



Inbox Angel

Clear your inbox (nothing will be deleted!), set up filters & labels, set up rules, set up template emails if required plus autoresponder and professional footer. Video on using and maintaining your new inbox. (Package – available in GMail / GSuite only – details coming soon)

Working from Home Tools

do you…Blog?

Every business should blog! Blogging is Google gold. Google LOVES blogging as it prefers websites to be relevant & regularly up to date & blogging shows Google your website is receiving content updates. View my blog


Trello, Toggl &…

There are so many fantastic tools out there to make business easier – take a look at my list here.

There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all

Peter Drucker, Management Consultant

Much of the stress that people feel doesn’t come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they started.

David Allen @ Getting Things Done

To Do Two Things At Once Is To Do Zero

Publilius Syrus

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