1. Send someone else to complain to your cable company.
Services like TaskRabbit allow you to hire for an array of errands and line waiting.
2. Drop your dry-cleaning routine. Pick up a steamer.
Many "Dry Clean Only" garments can be washed at home with some extra-sensitive care. Always let the garments air dry, and be sure to read their labels first.
3. Grab (cheap) groceries from your phone.
Not only can you get groceries delivered to your front door, but most grocery delivery apps like Checkout 51 have coupon-finding technology.
4. Skip the lines and get a wash on the go.
5. Send a messenger instead of a thank-you card.
With apps on the market like Somebody, created by writer Miranda July, you can have someone else deliver your message with a human touch.
6. Avoid clothing returns by using fancy measurement tools.
Many retailers are incorporating advanced fitting applications to their online stores. Getting it right the first time will save you the stress.
7. Fix your pharmacy woes by ordering online.
Ordering online isn't exclusive to life's luxuries. Order all your toiletries from your phone, and you'll have a lot more time on your (clean) hands.
8. Send motherly advice instead of motherly goods.
If you're a parent who likes to bombard their near-adult child with some sweetness from home, avoid a few trips to the shipping center by sending recipes instead.
9. Stop apologizing with flowers.
Romantics, hear us out! Flowering up your apology seems like a good idea, but you're just delaying the point. Save the flowers for the good times — and remember, there's obviously an app for that.
10. And for everyone who considers a massage an errand, buy some de-stressers for your home.
Let's be honest, you deserve both.