American adults who are employed full-time report working an average of 47 hours per week. With Americans spending so much time working it can be impossible for families to sit down at night for a home-cooked meal.
As a result, many families are eating out much more frequently and spending more money on food while spending less time together.
If you, like many others, feel that your family could spend less money eating out and more time together, then you should consider a personal chef.
Personal Chefs are NOT Just For Rich People
A common misconception is that personal chefs are luxuries that are reserved for the rich and famous. The truth is, having a meal prepared by a personal chef typically wouldn’t cost any more than a chinese takeout order.
The cost of hiring a personal chef may vary (much like any other service) based on the quality of service, hours that it takes to prepare certain meals and other factors that can be negotiated prior to hiring a personal chef.
However, if you and your family are eating out multiple times a week, you can likely eliminate that expense and find the ability to afford a personal chef within your budget.
Personal Chefs Will Save You Tons of Time
Personal chefs don’t just handle the cooking. In many cases, a personal chef will handle your grocery shopping and even your cleanup! Imagine how much time that could save you.
Americans who invest in a personal chef enjoy saving up to 10 hours a week on planning, shopping cooking and cleaning.
Perhaps the most important reason to invest in a personal chef is to be able to enjoy valuable time with your family every night. Statistics have proven that families who eat together enjoy financial, emotional and physical advantages compared to those who don’t.
So if you would like to enjoy the benefits of eating a home-cooked meal with your family every night but, like most Americans, don’t have the time. Then you should consider investing in a personal chef.