Best Lazy Way to Buy Groceries 

Belle Meade Harris Teeter's Express Lane

I call it lazy; my husband calls it time management. Either way you bag it, ordering your groceries online and having them ready when you are is pretty much the greatest thing for busy and/or self-involved types since organic eggs. Get this: You go to Harris Teeter's website, you sign up, you click through practically the entire store online—and if you can't find what you need, you just make a note of it and a personal shopper tracks it down. Then you schedule the order, and pick it up whenever you're ready. Sure, it'd be great to have it delivered, too, but let's not get carried away. Wondering how to weigh your valuable time against that $4.95 service charge? I don't know about you, but I've got episodes of I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant to catch up on. (Also available at Brentwood's Peartree Village location.) Tracy Moore

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