What Conveniences are You Willing to Splurge On?

What Conveniences are You Willing to Splurge On?

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Kim Lucian
Feb 18, 2014
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Today I took the plunge and decided to test out a grocery delivery service. Living in a city, my grocery options tend to be limited to insanely high priced "convenience" stores, walking a mile uphill (quite literally) to the nearest Whole Foods, or making a weekly trip to the 'burbs to stock up on essentials. Usually I end up doing a mix of all three.

So while the delivery service may seem like a splurge, there's a chance it may actually end up saving me in gas and convince store markups. Another indulgence? Fluff and fold. I'm out of my twenties but an in-unit washer is still out of reach (I would settle for in-the-building, honestly). While I don't use it for days when I wash all of the big stuff, being able to drop my laundry off and get it back freshly folded when I'm busy makes all the difference.

House-cleaners, dog walkers — what conveniences do you splurge on? Let us know in the comments below.

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