Why Did Buying Groceries Online Make Me Feel So Guilty?
A few weeks ago, I ordered my groceries online and had them delivered. It felt like an extravagance—a 1 percent kind of luxury that I shouldn't be able to indulge. But a friend of mine, who is a working mom, told me to do it. I balked that it would be more expensive.
"It isn't," she insisted. "You can shop the sales, and because you stick to your list, you don't spend as much on impulse buys."
The nominal delivery fee was waived if you got up to $100. I always get up to $100, even when I shop at discount stores. So, I tried it.
Here's what happened. Read more >