If you haven’t read my first post posing this question – then please read it first so that you’ll have the full context.
But, basically, I was challenged by the Daily Dish to do a cost comparison between the price of their Family meal box versus the cost of buying groceries to cook the very same meals.
I was tasked to find out whether buying a meal kit from the Daily Dish, really is more value for money than buying groceries?
Don’t you just love Female Feminist Fashion trend?
Slogan T-shirts like this one with the slogans like “Girl Boss” , “Girl Power” and “The Future is Female” are really popular and truly makes a statement.
It’s not just about equal rights and making a statement – it’s so much more than that.
For me, it’s about female empowerment. Females empowering females. Fixing one another’s crown instead of telling her it’s crooked, right?
We already know that Meal kits are way more convenient for a few reasons, but are they a good deal?
How do meal-kits actually compare to your spend on groceries bought at the supermarket?
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’d know we often cook with the Daily Dish. We love everything about their service – the convenience, the fresh ingredients as well as the recipes!
But is it really more value for money than buying groceries?
This is the question I often get asked by readers!
When I think back to my pregnancies, Happy Event, the world-class quality stretchmark product, was probably the product most recommended to me by other Moms!
That’s because it helps in keeping skin beautifully soft and hydrated in order to prevent stretchmarks right from the beginning of one’s pregnancy. The product dominated the market from its inception. Its growth came from mothers passing it on through word-of-mouth, from generation to generation.
It became the brand people trusted.