Healthy, Affordable Delivery Meet Chefler

My first Chefler meal - DROOL
Food is so important. I am most likely preaching to the choir when I talk about how things like eating vegetables, fresh healthy meals, and maintaining a healthy weight can decrease your risk of cancer. I speak from personal experience when I say it can really make all the difference in the world when it comes to making you feel good (even when you have cancer.)

But at the end of the day I can get a cheeseburger and fries for under $10 and a quick trip through the drive-thru. I can get a delicious pile of dough dripping in cheese and grease delivered to my door without having to put pants on. Sometimes when you don't feel well, or you really don't feel well, or you're busy, or you're tired, or whatever, it can be really hard to find something good to eat that's also cheap and easy. Usually you have to pick one of the above.

But, I am lucky because I live in San Francisco, home of all things awesome in technology, and I am engaged to a man who follows these things and sends them to me. And that is how I came to fall in love with Chefler.

Changing your meals but um, how do you choose??
Chefler lets you order hot, healthy 500 calorie meals for about $10 a day to be delivered right to your door. They offer easy set up for Monday - Thursday (how did they know the weekends are not for dieting?!) The interface is baby-butt smooth, making it super easy to both select and change your delivery time, your meal (from one of three AMAZING choices) even where you want it delivered! It's even just as easy/pretty from my smartphone. Plus they send you a text confirmation which acts as an awesome heads up when it's about to head your way.


From my phone - oh hello
technology that actually works 
My only complaints are that right now I have to call an actual person to add additional meals (sorry Fiance) and I can't add a tip online - so um, I have to have cash now? I feel bad for the delivery guys.

Also, they make it just a little too easy, like I could see myself forgetting to cancel a meal and the poor delivery guy is like, um, hello, girl who forgot to tip me on the first day, where are you??? But, well, that's probably going to be on me, not them.

If you are lucky enough to be in SF you need to check this out ASAP, and if you are not, feel free to start harassing them on Twitter. They seem nice and they even invited me to tour the kitchen!

XOXO
Dena