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Old 11-23-2015, 05:22 AM   #1
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Making my life easier with groceries

For the last several trips I've used a grocery delivery service (Instacart.com) to deliver my groceries to the house an hour before our scheduled departure time.

I have to say, I'm absolutely hooked.
  • No need to rush to the store while getting ready to leave.
  • All items bagged up together easy to load into the TT fridge and pantry.
  • No worries about one person waiting outside the grocery store with the dog while the other person shops.
  • No worries about finding a grocery store in route with a big enough parking lot to get in and out of.

I highly recommend Instacart (available here in central Texas). This one thing has made it so easy to deal with the groceries portion of trip planning. Basically, I just spend 10 minutes selecting my items online and I'M DONE!

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Old 11-23-2015, 05:51 AM   #2
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Interesting option, especially if it is from a store you already patronize and know what they offer. Thanks for sharing!

I checked my home and work zip codes. Not available in the Mid Ohio Valley at this time.

I have thought about getting Nutrisystem lunch or dinner packages off QVC for the convenience, not the weight loss.
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