Working Mother

Making Your Life Easier With Meal Delivery Services


Meal delivery will help cut down on the headache that is cooking after a long day at the office.


If you’re in your early 30s, or even in your late 20s, you definitely remember the glory days of the AOL Instant Messenger. Back in those days, the mere thought of instantaneous communication with our family and friends was nothing short of amazing.

But we came a long way since then. As economist put it, we live in an age of the “on-demand economy” where everything from food and clothes to toys and diapers is just a few clicks away. According to research, almost three-quarters of people in the United States have used on-demand services.

However, only 6% of Americans have used an online meal delivery service and we think we know the reason for this. When they hear “meal delivery” most

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