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These Delivery Services Will Help You Out While Being Stuck at Home

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Now that we are all at home and being told to stay inside, using various auto-ship and delivery services can help minimize contact with germs.

If you have been to Walmart, Kroger, Publix, Costco, Sam's Club and whatever grocery store you have — you have seen the mass hysteria and cleaning out of shelves. Stores have never looked so bare. Not to mention ALL THE PEOPLE. It's hard to stay home and quarantine yourself when you need meat and groceries, etc.

I have used all of these services myself and it has been a GODSEND in times when I just don't have the time to run errands or I have been sick and could not get to the grocery store.

These delivery services are the best thing since sliced bread for busy people. By getting things set up on an automatic system and having it delivered instead of you running out to do all the shopping, it can totally save you so much time and reduce your mental load.

I used to feel guilty when I used one of these services because as a stay at home mom, I should be able to handle the shopping right? Nope. Not anymore. This saves me so much time and sanity and I am here for keeping the peace in my soul right now, right?

Because we use these services, I find that we never run out of household essentials. This has truly brought some much-needed peace to this momma's heart. Links are affiliate links in this post.

Best Delivery Services That Help For Being Stuck at Home

ButcherBox — I cannot brag enough about how much I love ButcherBox. The meat is superior to what you get in the stores and having it delivered right to my house is one of the best things I have done for our family in a long time.

ButcherBox sources pasture-raised beef, free-range organic chicken, heritage-breed pork and wild-caught Alaskan sockeye salmon. Through March 29, get 2 lbs. of free ground beef for life (with every order your place). You are going to love ButcherBox’s high-quality meat (plus shipping is always free).

Chewy: I get all of my pet food and treats ordered from Chewy. I use their auto-ship so I never run out and don't have to worry about anything.

Perdue Farms: Perdue Farms is another great service that offers delivery to your door of beef, chicken, pork, and more. Their chicken is some of my favorite. They run specials all the time so you can stock up on chicken nuggets, diced chicken, and lots of other cuts as well.

Real Eats: If you are eating healthy and need a great meal delivery service — this is it — RealEats. The meals taste fantastic and they are already fully cooked. I love that they deliver right to your door.

Grove Collaborative — they have all your household items like toilet paper, sanitizer, paper towels and more. Everything is all-natural with no harsh chemicals.

Brodo Bone Broth: This is like the Mercedes Benz of Bone Broth and some of the most amazing on the market. It is delicious, ready to sip, and delivered right to your door!

1st in Coffee: Have all of your coffee delivered right to your door with 1st in Coffee. Lots of styles to choose from. Autoship coffee means you will never worry about having to run out.

California Wine Club: This is a Monthly wine shipment and if you sign up now, you can get 50% off your first month with the code SAVEHALF.

Amazon Fresh — this is a great service for some of your groceries as well as some of your household items.

HelloFresh: With HelloFresh, they will send you complete meals with everything you need. All you have to do is follow the recipe and cook them for the family. Get $80 off plus free shipping on your first order.

Also, most grocery stores have where you can order your groceries and either you can use programs like Shipt or InstantCart that will have someone do the shopping for you, or you can use Clicklist for Kroger or Walmart Grocery Shopping.

This list of delivery services should help you out and keep you out of the stores if you need to quarantine yourself!

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