An early Mother's Day present -- to myself

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I love my family. I love being the mama of three incredibly delightful little people. But sometimes, I find myself totally exhausted. I know that you mamas out there know what I am talking about. 

Our day-to-day lives are hectic and sometimes it is nice to have a break -- I am not talking about a kid-free getaway to a four-star resort for the weekend. I am just talking about not having to cook dinner from time-to-time.  We usually don't order a lot of take-out (food is cold when it gets here, too expensive, easier to deal with Colin's food allergies with food prepared in our home, etc.). But sometimes, take-out can literally save the day (usually a way-too-busy, crabby sort of day)
GrubHub.com was kind
enough to send me a giftcard so I could check out their service. Believe
me when I tell you that I was more than happy to do so. The process is
super simple.  Basically you just enter your location and you get
listings for (in my case hundreds) of restaurants that will deliver take
out to my house. GrubHub.com is a free service. Most of the restaurants
have standard delivery fees. It is nice to see what your options are
(especially when you aren't sure what you have a taste for). For
example, you can enter the search term "sushi" and know what your local
options are.

You place your order online (and pay for it on the site) and get an
immediate confirmation with an approximate delivery time. And then 10
minutes later, you receive another email with an updated delivery time.
The doorbell rings, food arrives. Dinner (or lunch or Mother's Day
brunch) is served!

Pretty helpful for a (from time-to-time) harried mama.

Disclosure: I received a $50 gift card to GrubHub.com and used it to order take-out for dinner from Via Carducci la Sorella last night. 

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