Labor Day weekend is the traditional “end of summer” moment–when we try to get in all of our swimming, sunning, and summer funning before the first leaf turns crisp and tumbles from the tree.
Virtual tasks are fully remote and performed over the phone, on a video call, or through live chat.
While it’s important for everyone to practice social distancing right now, you might still have essential tasks that need to get done, like grocery shopping and picking up medicine.
Working from home has become the new normal for many of us. Try these tips to be successful in establishing your work from home routine and maintaining a work/life balance.
We spend a third of our lives in bed — but use barely a fraction of that time in caring for our sleeping surfaces. Keep these mattress care tips in mind for sleep that will leave you refreshed and ready to go.
Finding a Tasker is the first step to checking one more thing off your to-do list. Now you might be wondering: what’s next?
Whether it’s a small task or a large project with many parts, log and get help with your to-dos using the “My to-do list” feature.
When life happens, we’re there for you — especially during this holiday season. Homes need to be prepped for winter, gifts need to be wrapped, and celebrations are awaiting. So we thought it would be fun to play a little round of “TaskRabbit Tic Tac Toe: Holiday Edition.” Here’s how it works: Too busy to purchase holiday decorations at a party store, or unpack and hang the decorations from last year? Hire a Tasker to help make your space cheery for the season. Don’t have a tall enough ladder to hang lights around the perimeter of your roof? Hire a Tasker to do it — and then take them all down (whether you’re the type of person who un-decks the halls a day after Christmas or well into spring!) Real task inspiration: “I need someone to install large multi-color Christmas lights on our new home. My fiancee and I are busy moving into the home and getting ready for our wedding, and as this is our new home she has dreams of lighting up the …
We asked Taskers and friends to share their best tips for stress-free holiday hosting. Read on for ways to stay sane throughout the happiest time of year.
If you go by the artfully hung gallery walls, shelves, art, and TVs you see on Instagram, everyone seems to be blessed with impeccable mounting skills. But for most of us, securely hanging and aligning everything just right involves a never-ending series of desperate maneuvering. That’s why mounting is one of the most popular tasks on TaskRabbit. We asked elite Taskers Isaac S. and Nick C. to share their top mounting tips and tricks. In part 1, Isaac and Nick cover what you should have in your toolbox, how to determine your wall type, the basic structure of a wall, and what to tell your Tasker to make your mounting task a breeze. Here’s what you need in your toolbox: Safety first! Eye protection and a face mask rated N95 or higher, as these have a strong filter to help protect from dust that can come from drywall drilling. Ear protection (if drilling through concrete). A stud finder — a more reliable tool thank the knuckles-on-wall method. Drill and bits. Different wall types will require different drills and bits, which …