Balance- Smith’s ClickList Makes it Easier to Stay Healthy

We are pulled in many directions every day and finding that balance in our lives isn’t easy. I feel like I’m always searching for balance. In the everyday business of life, I believe one thing we often neglect is our health. But think about it. Without health, you have nothing.

Health

One of the most commonly accepted definitions of health is by the World Health Organization (WHO), “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”

One aspect of health is what we eat. I find it hard to make home cooked meals (and I’m going to admit that I don’t like cooking that much 😬). If you are able to make a home cooked meal, it is often healthier than purchasing something from a fast food place. You know exactly what you put into the meal. I recently came across one of the greatest resources EVER! 👏👏👏 (It deserves a round of applause.)

Smith’s ClickList

One of our local grocery stores offers a ClickList. You order your groceries online.

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Smith’s Clicklist 

Then, you pick up your groceries at a Smith’s store that participates in the ClickList and park in front of a ClickList number (it’s usually located at the front of the store).  You call the number on the sign and tell the person what space you are parked in front of.

Balance- Smith's ClickList Makes it Easier to Stay Healthy

A couple of Smith’s employees bring the groceries to you and load your car. What??? Yes! They load your car! You pay them and can use any coupons. The first three times is free, and then, it’s $4.95 each time after that. (SO worth it!)

Balance- Smith's ClickList Makes it Easier to Stay Healthy
Um, the soda is not healthy, but I was getting it for someone else. I promise! P.S. There are oranges in the bag to the right. See…healthy!

It get’s EVEN better! Smith’s ClickList’s website saves your purchase history! This saves so much time. I’m a happy shopper. (And no, I’m not getting paid💲 for this. I just LOVE easy and convenient!)

Balance- Smith’s ClickList Makes it Easier to Stay Healthy

I have found that using the Smith’s ClickList has made me want to buy more groceries and cook more from home. (I can’t believe I’m admitting to that! I’m not a cook! But healthy is important, so I’ll do it.) I have tried recipes that require some of this or some of that, which causes me to take forever at the grocery store. With Smith’s ClickList, I just type in what I want, and it comes up. I don’t have to walk up and down aisles. I also save more money because I don’t impulse shop (You know- the white powder Hostess doughnuts that are on the end cap that somehow jump into your grocery cart? Okay. Maybe that is just me.).

What About You?

Do you have any resources that you use that helps balance your life? Please share. I’m also interested if there is anything unique in other countries.

Have a wonderful day! Stay healthy and balanced. Eat well. Bye for now!

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23 thoughts on “Balance- Smith’s ClickList Makes it Easier to Stay Healthy

  1. Wow. That’s a pretty nice system you’ve got there.
    Very easy and efficient. 👐 👐 👐 👐 👐
    Well, I don’t normally shop much but when I do, I notice that the goods are usually categorized (groceries, etc)
    And in each category, there are sub-categories (veggies, dairy products, fruits, etc). And when you enter the store, there’s a map hung up showing you where to find each category.

    However, this is not really common here. The most common is that there are lots of attendants who know the store inside-and-out who will help each and every customer find what they want.

    Another great post, Sunshine. Thanks for sharing. ❤

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    1. What! There are attendants who help each and every customer find what they want! That is wonderful! We don’t have that for sure.

      Thanks on my easy and efficient system. I need more time in my life for other things! Like spreading smiles! Ha ha. I need to read your email. I’m backed up. I will reader it better I promise. Have a wonderful day, Jane!

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      1. Yeah.There’s one store where I saw three attendants for each major category of products and one for each sub category. Sometimes to get to what you want, you would have been guided by four -five attendants.😂😂 But I get why they do that division of labor… they have wayy too much customers. But they can tend to be rude sometimes.

        No pressure @ the email. Read it when you’re free, Sunshine. I know my siblings can be a handful. 😂 Have a great day too!!

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  2. Sounds like a nice plan! It’s good to save time and not go to a big crowded place. 😆
    Too bad I can’t do that here; we do have online deliveries (groceries at right to our house!) but I find a lot of these stores don’t have really fresh stuff so I have to pick it myself to get good ones. I worry I’d get a half-rotten tomato, especially since I’ve seen many on display before. 😅

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    1. Yeah, that’s the only thing I don’t like is not picking out my fresh produce. They have been good so far. I like my apples sweet and hard. None of that soggy stuff. 😂 Yuck on the half-rotten tomatoes! I don’t see that much at Smith’s. Too funny.

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      1. Well, sogginess can come in handy sometimes. For people who are too weak to bite properly into a hard apple or are terribly dehydrated. Soggy apples have the right juiciness and softness for them. 😜😜

        Then again, I get you.😂😂

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      2. Sounds like the quality of Smith’s is way better than the stores I went to, which is good! I hope that one day I’ll find a nice store with delivery so that I don’t have to trudge through the aisles anymore. 😆

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