LifeSquire In The News

An Interview with Valerie Riley
(Ackerman McQueen AM Insights)

Valerie Riley is the founder of the personal assistant service and app LifeSquire. LifeSquire specializes in matching you with your perfect assistant, whether in office or at home. Read more …

Get It Together With LifeSquire
(Oklahoma City Moms Blog)

If you’re like most of America right now, you’ve been swept up in the newest de-clutttering craze thanks to a certain show on Netflix. My husband has been Kondo-crazy since we watched the first episode of Tidying Up. As a part-time working mom of two young kids, it’s basically a feat on par with juggling bowling balls to try and de-clutter or clean when children are around. Thankfully, there’s LifeSquire to help you get it together, girl! Read more …

Spring Cleaning Series: Pantry by LifeSquire (Motherhood by Meredith)

My natural aversion to natural tidiness seems to be hereditary. We are pile people. Stack it up and it looks clean. Sure you may loose a permission slip or electric bill (still living that one down) in your beautifully sculpted stacks, but at least the aesthetics are there. I knew the solution. Pull everything out. Buy some containers and organize it. I also could come up with just as many reasons why I did not have 1) time 2) energy to complete a project with two toddlers underfoot. Along came my knight in shining personal assistance, Lifesquire. Valerie and Katie got my pantry organized in no time and I didn’t life a finger! Read More …

"Uber For Personal Assistants" Launched By Woman Who Once Worked As One (Forbes)

Hollywood typically portrays personal assistants as eager 20-somethings who field ridiculous demands barked in their direction by egotistical celebrities or executives. But this stereotype is becoming out of date, helped along by entrepreneur Valerie Riley. Read more ...

 

LifeSquire helps busy Oklahomans meet their New Year’s resolutions (Oklahoma Gazette)

There’s a reason there aren’t many original New Year’s resolutions. The perennial favorites always return in January. Get healthy. Cook more meals at home. Eat out less. Hit the gym. Organize the house. Why do they keep coming back? Because people don’t ask for help, said LifeSquire director of operations Katie Gibbons. Read more …

 

TEN BBB-ACCREDITED BUSINESSES TO WATCH IN 2017 (The Oklahoman)

While new companies are emerging in Oklahoma, and old ones evolve to meet changing market needs, a select few of them stand out for their quality services, products, commitment to customers, award-winning achievements, or sheer growth. Read more...

 

5 Questions with Carrie Hill of LifeSquire (Tulsa World)

Carrie Hill owns the Tulsa and Edmond franchises of personal assistant service LifeSquire. Prior to launching the businesses in June 2015, she worked as a licensed professional counselor. Read more...

 

the rise of the personal assistant (Tennessean)

In a week of early meetings, late nights at the office, soccer games and school drop-offs, where does picking up the dry cleaning or grocery shopping fit in? Read more...

 

personal assistant trend in tulsa (KTUL)

You feel like there is so much to do but so little time.  Of course things just start adding up on your to do list, well there is a new personal assistant trend emerging in Tulsa to help you gets things done.  Watch...

 

GROUNDBREAKING NEW FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY (ENTERPRISE Radio)

Valerie Riley, President and Founder of LifeSquire, a personal assistant franchise joins Enterprise Radio to discuss this groundbreaking new franchise opportunity.  Listen...

 

SMALLBIZ-SMALL TALK-LITTLE-KNOWN FRANCHISES (Associated Press)

They're not household names like McDonald's or The UPS Store, but small franchises beyond the usual restaurant groups and retailers are attracting buyers who want something new or different and see greater challenges and opportunities with lesser-known businesses. Read more...

 

LET THE OFFICE THERMOSTAT WARS BEGIN
(The Wall Street Journal)

The first thing Valerie Riley does when she arrives at the office is turn the thermostat up above 74 degrees. The first thing her colleagues do when they arrive is turn it down below 70. As many as 10 times a day, employees at LifeSquire, of Oklahoma City, bump the thermostat up or down. Read more...

 

FRANCHISE THE UNEXPECTED: 4 FRANCHISORS THINKING AHEAD (Entrepreneur)

Walk through a franchise convention, and most of the reps manning the booths might as well be shouting, “Me, too!” Franchising is all about replication, after all -- and franchises are experts at replicating the same types of concepts.  Read more...

 

MARVELOUS CLOSET MAKEOVER (405 Magazine)

On The Universal List Of Cathartic Exercises, A Thorough Closet Makeover Is Hard To Top, But The Busier You Are, The More Elusive That Catharsis Can Be. Read more...
 

SAVE TIME OR SAVE MONEY? (All Parenting)

Would you rather spend time with your kids or cleaning and doing errands? We thought so. Ditch the dredge work in favor of some family QT. Read more...
 

WHAT I LEARNED FROM MY CLOSET CLEANOUT
(My Divising)

In the process of weeding out 112 items from my wardrobe, I learned a few things about my personal style.  Read more...

 

CLOSET CLEANOUT WITH THE RILEY GROUP
(MY DIVISING)

I have mentioned my closet's unfortunate state before here and here.  But finally, I have made legitimate steps towards recovery. Read more...


CLOSET MAKEOVER TAKEAWAY (PENCIL SHAVINGS)

I’m a lifelong purger. I absolutely adore getting rid of stuff; the flip side is that I married a man who loves to hang on to stuff. Read more...


CLOSET MAKEOVER REVEAL (PENCIL SHAVINGS)

Big huge thanks to everyone who has commented on our awesome closet makeover! And I also have to give a shoutout to The Riley Group for facilitating my closet therapy. Read more...


CLOSET MAKEOVER (PENCIL SHAVINGS)

Can I tell you something, Internets? You probably already know this, but I love clothes. I mean, I LOVE clothes. I always have and always will. Read more...


SPRING CLEAN FEVER (PENCIL SHAVINGS)

Back in the day, the time which we refer to as “B.C.” (Before Child), I considered myself a pretty organized person. But then now I have a kid who likes to make his own messes, which makes me want to throw in the towel every.single. day. Read more...


IS YOUR CLOSET ORGANIZED? (News 9)

In a segment on News 9, owner Valerie Riley helps client Rachel Morris get her closet back in order! Watch the segment here.

Make Mornings Easier with Organizing Tips (News 9)

For many of us it seems just getting out of the house with everything you need can be a chore. Organizer Valerie Riley shares some tips to make your mornings easier. Watch the segment here.

Being a Mom, Working and Finding You Time (News 9)

A new study shows moms spend 27 percent of their time on housework. And more than 70 percent of moms also work outside the house. Organizer Valerie Riley shows you how to fit everything in and still have me time. Watch the segment here.

Getting Kids to do their Chores (News 9)

No one really enjoys doing them but chores are part of our lives. Getting the kids involved not only teaches responsibility but can help you keep your home in order. Watch the segment here.