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Spotlight Interview – Christy Whelan

This is our next interview in a new series on the site – VA spotlight. We’re not looking for just Virtual Assistants – anyone that provides a service is welcome to be interviewed. That means if you’re a web designer, ghostwriter, copywriter, business coach, etc we would love to feature you! Please, fill out the form here and you’ll be contacted once your information is reviewed.

This week our expert is Christy Whelan of Life Simplified. You will find her bio below and a little farther down the page you can listen in to her interview.

Christy Whelan
Life Simplified

Christy Whelan is an Executive Assistant with over 18 years of experience providing support to all levels of professionals in various industries.  Christy successfully transitioned to Virtual Assistance four years ago by opening her own Virtual Assistant company, Life Simplified.  She provides top-notch support to business owners, entrepreneurs, and executives enabling them more time in their day to focus on and grow their own businesses.  Being virtual has given her the ability to continue her career goals and raise her two boys consecutively..

Show Notes:

  • What Christy dislikes about working from home
  • What she likes about working from home
  • What her services/specialties are

Listen to Christy’s Interview below

About Stephanie Watson

Mom | Wife | Virtual Assistant | Content Strategist
Stephanie has been working from home for over 20 years as a virtual assistant, template bender, and content writer. She's currently transitioning to business coach. You can learn more about her at her website


  1. I’ve worked quite a bit from home as well, and there’s nothing better than having the freedom of creating your own schedule and work hours.

    But that’s where the tricky part comes in as well. You have to stand behind your work schedule, and honor whatever plan you made the day before. The temptation of taking multiple breaks is great, but think about it this way: would you rather go back to work in a cubicle?

    Thanks for the article and good luck to Christy.

    Versie Taylor, The Admin Co. Virtual Assistance

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