I really like upgrades. There’s something about spending my money on things that make me feel fancier and make my life easier that is incredibly satisfying. I especially love delivery. If given the choice between going and getting food, my choice is easy. When I lived in a third-floor apartment in Petworth with no elevator, there was honestly not a better feeling than buzzing someone up, tipping them well, and taking my tacos to the couch for a feast.
And this is me child-free. I haven’t experienced the joys of pregnancy and motherhood yet, but just you wait until I have little people to lug around. When the baby won’t stop crying, I know that I’ll have a postpartum doula and ALL THE APPs. I fully intend to pay for convenience, like the proud Millenial that I am.
To show my dedication to this lifestyle choice, I’ve already started compiling a list of things that I and my hypothetical partner and children will want, (dare I say need) to feel a little more fancy and a lot less stressed. Because I care, I’m going to share:
*Note for those of us in the suburbs, Grub Hub has the largest service area
For pet care:
Last but not least, I found some excellent solutions for clothes that you need, but not for long:
Isn’t this list awesome? What a time to be alive, y’all.
Don’t get me wrong, some days I genuinely enjoy going to the store, touching things, shopping and making new friends in line. But other times, especially when things are a bit stressy, I just need convenience.
So if you’re not the into people, of you’ve been up all night with the baby, there are better ways to live. You can get things done, with a little bit of help.