About Us

Jennifer Wellington, Owner Errand Works

Jennifer Wellington, Owner Errand Works

Take a tip from the experts on time management and improving the quality of your life:



While nothing is really wrong with doing errands, it’s likely you’ll be less willing to spend so much time on them once you’ve begun to find more things to do that bring you fulfillment.

How do you get around the need for doing errands? Maybe you can pay a friend who loves to shop, hire a personal shopper, get a delivery service. Or, do the shopping in person but pay for the delivery – saving yourself the most tiring part of the chore. Reasonably priced solutions can be found, and they’re worth it.”

The 28 Laws of Attraction: Stop Chasing Success and Let It Chase You by Thomas J. Leonard, page 282

Jennifer Wellington, Errand Management System Specialist

After two decades of owning a medical transcription business, overseeing the household while her husband was deployed and managing the care of their special needs daughter, including hiring, training and scheduling multiple caregivers, Jennifer became aware of skills she had developed which would benefit others.

Jennifer developed the Time Recovery Tool to help:

  • Families/Individuals
  • Senior Citizens
  • Busy Executives
  • Single Parents
  • Overworked Grandparents
  • Businesses

Jennifer has lived in Nokesville for over 25 years with her husband, Kurt, who is retired from the Coast Guard and in his 15th year of teaching middle school science in Prince William County. Their special-needs daughter, Katie, who is 32 years old, continues to live with them, with the help of several caregivers. Church and family are very important to them, as is reaching out to others.


To help people in need, whether the task is big or small. To take care of the needs that “fall through the cracks.”  To be there when people don’t know where else to turn.


  • Honesty and Integrity
  • Confidentiality
  • Reliability
  • Professionalism