Moving to Boston was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
It’s a beautiful city.
I’ve probably gotten more work done here in the past 6 months than I have in the past 6 years — including building a new wearable tech startup from the ground up, raising over $100k in funding (so far) and getting even closer to achieving my personal goals.
But then again, things like this keep happening…
South Boston on a “warm” day this winter
In situations like this, you’d be surprised how much harder it is just do basic day-to-day activities — grocery shopping, for instance…completely out of the question.
So what do you do when you’re all snowed in, but you have an empty fridge?
I used Instacart — an awesome service that delivers groceries directly to your door in San Francisco, Chicago and thankfully, Boston.
Check out everything I was able to order from the comfort of my home.
Also, special shout out to the very small Asian girl who had to carry 5 huge bags of food up 3 flights of stairs because I was so weak from hunger.
Wait, was I supposed to tip her?
Instacart is just one example of an excellent service that makes everyday activities easier.
What fun, convenient services do you use to enhance your life? Anything cool I should know about?
Let me know in the comments.