If you’re like most people, to say that ‘life is busy’ would be an understatement. No matter if you’re a student, parent, or a hard worker juggling two jobs, you know just how quickly a day can fly by. When life leaves you little room for the small but important things, it’s easy to quickly start to feel overwhelmed. The good news is that there are all sorts of products out there that are designed to make your day-to-day life much easier.
Here are 4 delivery services that will make your days a little less hectic.
1. Meal Delivery
It’s hard to find time to make meals every single day. While you could grab a quick lunch or dinner at a local fast food restaurant after some time you get tired of eating the same processed stuff. Plus eating out on the regular has a huge impact on your wallet.
To make life easier when it comes to eating healthier meals, consider signing up for a monthly healthy food delivery service subscription box. These services allow you to pick meals that you’d like to cook at home and the company then ships the ingredients to your door each month! This takes the effort and guessing out of making healthy meals at home.
A few meal delivery subscription companies to consider include Blue Apron, Hello Fresh, Plated, Freshly, and Home Chef. Each of these subscriptions cost $30-$60 a month, depending on the meal package you choose.
2. Prescription Delivery
Recent studies have found that around 55% of Americans regularly take prescription medication. Not only does this mean that people are spending more money on paying for their medication, but it also means that they’re spending more time at pharmacies. Depending on where you live, you may have to travel a good distance to pick up your prescription medication, and from there you have to spend time standing in line.
The whole process is quite inconvenient, to say the least. But, with a prescription delivery service, you can have your prescriptions sent right to your home. Many doctors use these services because of their convenience. For doctors, there’s no need to write and send a script over to the pharmacy. Instead, it can be done entirely online. And for you, you don’t have to travel or wait in line. It’s a true win/win!
Well-known pharmacies, including CVS and Walgreens, offer prescription delivery services.
3. Coffee Delivery
Tired of the same boring store-bought coffee? Also tired of spending $5 a cup at your local coffee shop? If you’re a coffee lover who wants to try out new brews but doesn’t want to spend time hopping from place to place, a coffee delivery service is an ideal service for you.
These services ship a variety of roasts and brews to your door each month. This means you get to try coffee from around the world, including exotic blends that you’d have otherwise never knew existed. With a coffee delivery service, you can enjoy new coffee beans each month, widening your pallet and figuring out what blends you really love.
Coffee delivery subscription services to consider include:
- Bean Box
- Drift away
- Blue Bottle Coffee
- Coffee Crate
- Sudden Coffee
Aside from a box subscription service, you may also want to join a coffee of the month club. These clubs are a great place to not only try new roasts, but to talk with other coffee enthusiasts about brewing, the best mugs, and even tips for roasting beans at home.
4. Grocery Delivery
While there are meal delivery companies that send pre-packaged ingredients designed to be used to make a meal, there are also many companies that offer grocery delivery. Since we all know how hard it can be to find time to make it to the grocery store, this type of service is extremely convenient.
With grocery delivery, you shop online at the grocery store’s website. You’re able to add items to your carts, such as fresh produce, meat, and anything else you could purchase at a grocery store. Upon checkout and payment, your order is sent to the grocery store and an employee picks out your groceries for you from the shopping list you’ve created.
Once all of your items have been gathered, they’re sent to your home on a designated delivery date. The good news is that grocery delivery services are available throughout the U.S. at well-known grocery stores including Publix, Safeway, and Giant via their Peapod service. There are also other standalone companies, like Ship and FreshDirect that also offer online grocery shopping and delivery.
There’s never enough time in the day to knock out everything on your to-do list. But, by subscribing to a few of these delivery services, you can make life a little easier and have more time to focus on other must-dos.