Artizone Dallas Food Delivery

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“What’s for dinner?”
“Uhg, I don’t know. What are you in the mood for?”
“Anything.”
“This is so annoying. Just pick!”
“I picked last time. You pick!
“I am cooking. YOU pick!”

Yes, this is embarrassingly how my husband and my usual conversation goes when we are deciding on what to eat.  It is one of the only challenges marriage has brought this far – choosing what to eat for the week. Figuring this out, making the list, and then going out and buying the food for one person was always stressful enough, but two, I might as well be on a high does of xanax every Monday morning. I know, i know, this is totally a first world problem but for as much as I love food, I loath the process of buying and making it even more. Sometimes it is just too much work to come up with a list, buy the necessary ingredients, and make the dish that I get overwhelmed and just order in. I know it sounds ridiculous but I always say when I become fabulously wealthy the first thing I will have is a personal live-in chef who also does ALL of the grocery shopping! Want to know a secret to cutting out 2/3 of the work, basically having a personal shopper, and not having to be fabulously wealthy? Aritzone. Yes, miracle.

I can’t even begin to explain what a lifesaver Artizone is to any household.  You can literally go to their site, find your groceries, and voila they are delivered to your door the next day. You can also shop by recipe which is a game changer! I used to stress about what to make and then making sure I bought all the proper ingredients but Artizone does it for you! If that wasn’t enough to sell you I have a few more points that you will love – not only are the products of the highest quality but everything is local! I.love.this. I absolutely love supporting small business and Artizone is a master at it. All of their products are hand selected from local stores which makes it feel like you are not only getting quality but also like you just raided your moms pantry. It all just feels so homey and yummy. My favorite discovery? Kulfi Ice Cream. My husband and I melt over these bars. They are made with four ingredients that you can actually pronounce and are only 140 calories. I am not an ice cream lover but these are unreal! Trust me on that!

Artizone is my new lifesaver and I hope you get to try them out because I promise, your life will be changed. You place the order in the morning and you get the food that evening or the next day. Andddd delivery cost is only $5. I know, I know. Insane!  It is so stress free I feel ridiculous I ever worried about groceries before. So for the best part of this entire post – Artizone is offering my readers a 20% discount on their orders for the next week. Enter MAS20 at checkout and voila! life.changing. Even if you don’t buy for yourself it would make the perfect gift – making sure your husband eats well while you are away, sending to your elderly parents who can’t make it to the store anymore, or giving to your kids in college who are too lazy to go out and buy quality food. Possibilities are endless. I personally would have loved for my mom to send me some groceries when I was in college (cough, cough)…or now? Mom, are you listening? Helllooooooo….?! Okay so you aren’t reading but the delivery cost is so inexpensive I think I can handle this on my own.  I hope you try it out and let me know what you think!

enter code MAS20 at checkout for 20% off your order! Code ends May 6th

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while this post was sponsored by Artizone – all opinions are my own

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11 thoughts on “Artizone Dallas Food Delivery

  1. I am going to try this out… I’ve been interested in Artizone. Thanks for the discount code!

  2. Grammar tip: my husband and I’s makes no sense…
    it’s “my husband and my”
    or Lucy and my
    or Georgia and Marcie’s

    but never I’s… it’s not even a word! 🙂
    meal looks super yummy

    1. Laura, My Grandmother who had her Master’s Degree and taught English would agree with your grammar lesson, but she would also suggest that it is never polite to correct people in public. I am guessing your grammar is much better than your manners. Most of us read the blog for the content, not the grammar.
      Have a great day 🙂
      LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THE BLOG!!!!!

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