Who hasn’t been caught in the epic battle of the self in which we have to decide whether to return to a cramped grocery store with mobs of starved customers pouncing on the last package of Oreo cookies or staying home and missing a daily essential until the next time we return to that gaping hole of hungry and almost desperate strangers that is the neighborhood grocery store?
While I may be exaggerating (although, if you’re as socially awkward as I am, you may understand my dilemma a bit more), it can be a chore for some to perform their regular grocery shopping. Shopping doesn’t only take effort for those with social anxiety, but also for those without transportation and for those with disabilities which limit their movement. Some may not agree that grocery shopping itself is a burden, but to those of us with social anxiety or some other legitimate explanation for not being able to do our own grocery shopping, it is. But, a new solution has emerged: Online grocery shopping and home delivery.