You’ve just finished a long day. It started with a brutal PT session and was followed by a commute next to someone who apparently doesn’t understand personal space or deodorant. Gross.
At work, you slaved away on the mountains of pressing tasks and shortened your lunch break to power through your last job. Now you’re finally finished for the day and home is beckoning.
The last thing you feel like doing is cooking dinner. And you definitely do not want to get stuck in lines at the grocery store when picking up healthy ingredients for your bare pantry.
Yeah, neither would we!
That’s why we’re super psyched at the announcement of the DinDinClub, Brisbane’s newest healthy and wholesome dinner delivery service. DinDinClub will stop you from having to reach for a takeaway menu or a microwave meal when that midweek slump strikes. You can hide the McDonald’s wrappers or pizza boxes, but your car smell never lies.
The DinDinClub is collaborating with the best wholefood creators in Brisbane to deliver organic, vegan, vegetarian, and paleo wholefood menu items straight into the hands of hungry customers. Being healthy is like, so easy guys!
Teneriffe will be the first area to benefit from the service, as one of the many “DinDin Hotspots” to be announced in its rollout. The launch on October 26 will allow customers to select and order dinner online by 9.30am on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays via DinDinClub’s easy ordering system. The meals will be delivered to convenient locations via a vintage Dutch cargo bike the same day. You can choose to pick up your meal at the Teneriffe Ferry Terminal or on Macquarie Street opposite Saratoga Woolstore from 4.30pm.
It’s easy to get a little lazy with cooking nutritious dinners at home – we’ve all been there. DinDinClub owner Jo Kelly says it’s a great way to “outsource” your healthy meals and save your energy for something more exciting at the end of each day.
“What I realised is that every day we make choices about how to spend our precious time and energy that shapes our future. For me, the hour a day doing meal preparation is time not invested in achieving my personal goals,” she says.
The DinDinClub service promises to give consumers back an hour a day so they can focus on living and loving life. They’re like super meals on wheels: healthy and time-saving.
Now the only hard thing about meal prep is figuring out which delicious meal to order.