Most of us make a grand plan in the new year to get healthy, eat better, work out more, etc. Then, a few weeks in we realize just how much there is to do…and we just want to go home and grab some takeout on the way there. No gym, no groceries. (And hey, I’m not knocking that, we all need a break sometimes!) Others don’t resolve to get healthy, there are those of us who are already healthy eaters and regular exercisers, but still run into feeling a little overwhelmed about getting everything done. Whether you’re the resolution-er or the regular, there’s always a search for something that will help you out a little…I mean, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to skip the long trip to the grocery store and still be able to come home with good food to eat, no need for takeout?
While I’m not one to make new year’s resolutions, we were so busy during the holidays that we resorted to takeout and naps when we weren’t working so the return to our regular routine fell right smack in the middle of all those new year’s resolutions. So I’m back in the gym every day after work, running here and there for my guitar lessons, blog work, and everything in between…and trying to figure out when I was going to make it to the grocery store. I like to keep our fridge stocked with fresh fruit and vegetables, smoothie ingredients, and the occasional frozen pizza, but with little time to make my list and make it to the store, we were falling back into a takeout rut. That is, until I learned about Kroger ClickList. Talk about a time saver! I’m able to order my groceries right from my phone, set up a pickup time, and pick up our groceries on my lunch break.
My Kroger ClickList Experience
Let me tell you, I’m the one of the pickiest gals you’ll meet when it comes to my produce, so I was a little wary of letting someone pick my produce for me. Even my husband isn’t allowed to pick produce when he makes the grocery trip with me. I ran to Kroger around 1:00 in the afternoon, pulled in to the pickup space, and dialed the number to let them know I was there. Out came the sweetest store associate, who ran my card, let me know about any substitutions, and loaded my groceries into the back of the car for me. All in all, I spent about 10 minutes at the grocery store and I didn’t even have to get out of the car. I unpacked it all and happily discovered that most everything was meticulously picked and fresh, aside from one sad avocado and a substitution that turned out to be a sweetened sparkling “beverage” instead of their fruity seltzer water. Even the grapes and apples (two of the fruits I’m the most picky about) made the cut!
I’ll be sure to keep using Kroger ClickList during the busy times, it’s such a time saver! It’s a great way to free up time to make it to the gym or spend a night with friends instead of stocking up on groceries. Have you tried ClickList yet?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kroger Atlanta. The opinions and text are all mine.