I have just returned from 10 days in the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, sailing around the coast of Turkey on my favorite pirate ship, and am still swaying on the inside. I kid you not. After a week on a boat, the equilibrium takes a while to work itself back out. That is, your body seems to think you should still be swaying back and forth.
Upon my return last night, I unpacked my bag and stared at my giant pile of dirty laundry thinking to myself, "I wonder how much it would cost to have somebody else do this..."
That's the beauty of New York City, my friends.
You can pay people to do just about anything that you don't feel like doing, especially after a long day's work.
I'm even toying with the idea of grocery shopping via Fresh Direct to keep from having to rush home and find parking and make it to the store before I'm ravenous for dinner... I haven't worked out the whole commute/grocery shopping/time for laundry/having a life thing here yet. Any advice?
I shall tell you how my Fresh Direct experience goes.