Solo here and owner of a part-time LCO (Wintergreen, LLC). I have 7 residential clients (average 7,500sq ft) that I service in the afternoon/evening when I get out of my full-time job. Everything has been going smoothly so far (mowing, trimming, blowing, etc.), but I am beginning to get a little worried about the upcoming Fall. I'm worried because as the Fall approaches the sun is setting earlier giving me less and less time to mow and completely service my lawns. On top of the sun setting earlier each day I will have to deal with leaves. I know I'm not going to have the time after my full-time job to pick up the leaves and mow my clients lawns before the sun sets. I was contemplating servicing all of my clients on the weekend where I would pick up leaves, and mow in one shot. Or, I was considering picking up leaves on the weekend and then returning on my scheduled weekday night to mow...and whatever leaves are on the ground at that time I'd mulch and suck up in the grass gobbler (I have a 36" Bobcat Classic). I realize the gobbler will fill up very quickly. Honestly, I really want to find the most efficient method and if that method is completely servicing my clients on the weekend then so be it. If this were your problem, how would address it? Thanks for the advice guys...I appreciate it.