Andrea recently got the news that she would be transferred from her job in Austin, to a new office site in Denver, Colorado. Her company wanted to build up their client base there and felt that having her there permanently would be a big help to their business. She was an excellent rep for their company and knowing that she would be building up their clientele was invaluable. They offered her a significant raise and would cover the costs of her moving, as well as a living allowance for wherever she chose to live. She was nervous, but she knew it was a huge opportunity for her and the more research she did about Colorado, the more she realized she was probably going to love it there.
Andrea loved to run, hike, swim, and ride her bike. She also loved to eat healthily and largely organic, so she had for years been using a local online grocery shopping service in her neighborhood that she loved. Being able to shop online and have groceries delivered meant that she was not driving around to the different farmer’s markets to find the produce she wanted, or visiting multiple grocery stores. The organic food delivery option meant that she was still getting all of the safely grown produce that she could eat, and she could tell that Colorado was going to have something similar when she got there.
She flew up there a couple of weeks ahead of the move to find a temporary apartment, since she would be unable to both sell her own home and buy a new one in Denver in the amount of time allotted. Andrea had decided to rent out her home in Austin and live in an apartment temporarily in Denver while she figured out where in that area she would want to buy a home. A three month lease was perfect, and she was able to find one starting a few days before she was to be in the new office. She got back to Austin and began packing up her house for the move.
Finally, moving day had arrived. The movers loaded up the truck and set out first thing in the morning. She was going to drive her own car and take a couple of days to do it. But in the meantime, she had also found a healthy online grocery shopping option in Denver that allowed her to place an order online for delivery the day she would be arriving in Denver. That meant she would have fresh produce and groceries arriving at her new home the same day she did, and she would not have to worry about running around to find healthy food options in a new city. Relieved, she placed the order and then set out on the road, planning to take her time with the drive. She loved to drive, and found it relaxing, and it was the perfect little break between the old job and the new job. Andrea was so excited to arrive a few days later to fresh food!