I had to smile at this. I had a service come to do the dog poop for a while. My husband was out of town on buisness for six months and that one chore just ended up feeling like too much to do all on own, as well as keep up the house, work full time, take care of our two kids, and care for our two dogs. So I hired someone. It wasn't even really that expensive. I did feel a touch guilty for not doing it myself. But mostly I just felt releved and happy not to have to deal with it myself. I was shocked that I could hire someone to do it, thrilled not to have to do it myself. Hubby's home now so I don't use the service on a regular basis now. But I will probably contract them out for a one time visit next spring when the snow melts revealing all the poop I missed in the snow over the winter. Hate that core when the ground is also soggy and gross from the melting snow and theres so much to pick up at once. I thinkf or a one time spring cleaning it was only something like $35. The weekly thing was only something like $10 per week. You could also have it done 2X/week.
We've also used grocery delivery services in the past. Once again it was WAY cheaper than you would think. My husband worked long hours, we lived in an apartment where parking was a long ways from our building and I had a young child in a cold weather location. I spent the surcharge to have those groceries delivered quite happily.
If I could talk hubby into it we would use a lawn service. He's allergic to grass but won't let me take over the mowing chores or hire it out. He's afraid they will take his man badge away from him if he doesn't mow his own yard.
I'd also love someone to come in and do the floors, the bathroom, dust, and change the sheets once a week. If we had the disposable income I'd be on that service in a heartbeat.
Sounds like both wives need to stay home. How else would there be someone to coordinate and recieve all those services and delivery people?