A Mother’s Day Giveaway

Summer is approaching and that can mean only one thing.  I have to take ALL the kids grocery shopping with me.

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

Oh, the horror!

You may think I’m being overly dramatic.  You’d be wrong.  With a husband that is often traveling and four very energetic boys the grocery store is not usually a pleasurable experience…refer to this story for proof.  While slightly fun receiving the gazes of annoyed shoppers and snotty comments at the checkout {true story} is not my favorite thing in the world.

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I’ve often dreamt of a little grocery fairy that lovingly places whatever I need at my doorstep for me to find the next day.  Especially for those times when all I need are a few things.  Typically I run in for milk and leave with milk, 5 bags of chocolate chips, a loaf of bread, a bag of apples, 10 boxes of cereal, and a doughnut.  Another true story.

I’ve waited years to say this…I now have that grocery fairy.  A person that delivers exactly what I need, when I need it, and I don’t have to drag the kids to the store.  I have a secret…you can have a grocery fairy too {as long as you live in Utah and in the dedicated delivery area}.

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The membership fee is ridiculously reasonable, prices are competitive and they have everything.  Not even joking.  Ya know those days when you put your kid to sleep wearing the last diaper because you only realized 5 minutes earlier that you were completely out and your husband is out of town preventing you from leaving the sleeping children to run to the store leaving the only option being running out first thing in the morning and taking all the children {one in a dirty diaper} to go the grocery store to buy some?  Yeah, I love those days.

Now, if I can get an order in to Daily Goods before midnight I can have those diapers delivered right to my door by 8 am the following morning {excluding Sunday}.  Do I have to even mention the thought of ice cream and diet coke delivered when you run out?  That’s an emergency if I ever heard one.

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It saves me money, sanity, and time and I get to share that with you!  Just in time for Mother’s Day I’m happy to announce that you could win a years worth of unlimited deliveries from Daily Goods {provided you are in the delivery zone} for yourself or your mother!
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Disclosure: I was compensated for my time and effort.  My experiences and stories are my own and you can bet I’ll be using this service for years to come.

Comments

  1. Kel says:

    I would run more.

  2. Maayan says:

    Read something, drink a cup of coffee undisturbed… That would be nice…

  3. This is good to know I have never knew this kind of thing existed!!

  4. Andrea D. says:

    I would get extra sleep. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  5. Barbara says:

    I vote for a glass of wine and a good book.

  6. Melissa Miller says:

    Take a long hot bath and just relax.

  7. Jan says:

    I’d read

  8. Jan says:

    I’m an email subscriber

  9. Deann says:

    So close! Not to weber county yet! I’m going to keep an eye on this website though.. sooner or later they’ll come this way.

  10. Robin says:

    I would swim for that hour.

  11. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    Oh wow, this sounds delightful! Granted, I don’t have four boys, but still this would be lovely! I’ll have to see if there is a similar service in my area.

  12. Marie says:

    If I had an extra hour I would exercise more and work on my hobbies.

  13. Jill Jones says:

    How awesome would never having to take the kids grocery shopping be??

  14. Justin says:

    This sounds like a great idea!

  15. Heather says:

    Fantastic idea!!!!

  16. Heather says:

    An extra hour?! Oh the possibilities……… I might get dinner done at a decent time.

  17. Beckee says:

    I would read more or exercise!

  18. Sage says:

    I would garden!

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