Usually my wife watches Korean drama, which is most of what Drama Fever offers anyway. Last week, nevertheless, she was watching a Japanese drama called “Last Cinderella,” which aired in Japan in 2013. It was so well-made — charming and sexy — that I got drawn in and started watching it too.
Yesterday we almost tried Instacart. Sara did the shopping, and we noticed from the get go that they have a significant markup — for example, a half gallon of Clover organic milk is $5.19, which is more expensive than the little grocery next door. I know that a half gallon of organic milk is less […]
Recently I switched from Things to Wunderlist. I’ve been thinking I’m going to switch my phone from iOS to Android either late this year or early next year, and Wunderlist works on Android. Another thing Wunderlist does is allow sharing of a to-do list. So if Sara is using Wunderlist, too, I can share a […]
Continuing with my outsourcing project, we tried Blue Apron for the first time this week. Blue Apron is a service where the company sends you a chilled box with ingredients, along with three recipes, and you use the recipes to prepare the meals. My experience was not totally positive, as you’ll read in this post. […]
Yesterday, I wrote about how we’re outsourcing our laundry as part of my New Year’s resolution, and how we tried a wash, fold, and delivery service. Shortly before our laundry was returned from Prim, I received a notice that the service is closing down. I looked around for other services I could use, and the […]
Yesterday morning, someone from Prim came to pick up our laundry. It really was nice to spend the weekend without a huge pile of laundry to do. In addition to outsourcing laundry, I have been thinking about trying Instacart or Amazon for grocery delivery, but yesterday I decided to go to the grocery store after […]