As Dallas food delivery and Dallas delivery route specialists, we believe in knowing our clients. Lucky for us, that means we need to eat food! What a fun way to know your clients. We love sushi since we deliver it; we love fruit because we deliver it; and we love to keep an open mind about food since we get new clients all of the time.
I am willing to bet that this week is the most action gyms get all year. People have vowed to be healthy in 2011, and they are sticking to it (for the moment, anyway). As a Dallas healthcare delivery team, we believe healthy is the way to be. Being healthy means exercising regularly, eating right and giving yourself adequate ‘me time.’ Our next few blogs are going to feature a few healthy life tips from our Dallas medical delivery service team. Hope you enjoy – and be sure to leave a comment about how you plan on staying fit in 2011!
The biggest football game of the year is less than a month away (February 6). With all of the tourists that will be in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, it’s high time we know a thing or two about the stadium watched around the world.
With the cold weather comes sleet, ice and sometimes snow. Our Dallas route courier team and Dallas medical courier team know that driving in ice and snow can be dangerous if you don’t know the ropes. Obviously, this blog is preemptive. The bad weather is coming, so let’s all be prepared!
Ever notice how easy it is to get caught up in the swing of things? You get in a groove, and frankly, you like the groove. It’s comfortable; it’s familiar. We all get into grooves. At Dallas Courier, our drivers, dispatchers and home office employees get into the groove of each Dallas delivery route. Sometimes, you forget the forest for the trees. Then, there are times when you get a call for Dallas rush delivery and you remember the forest.
One week from today, we will all sit down with our families/friends/neighbors/pets to celebrate a wonderful day: Thanksgiving! Hip-hip-hooray for a table filled with turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, green beans (which I actually strongly dislike), cornbread, sweet potatoes, cream corn, pumpkin pie, pumpkin cheesecake and all sorts of sweets and treats! At Dallas Courier, we love a holiday that celebrates all things food because we make Dallas food deliveries all of the time!
How have maps changed since ancient times? Well, I am going to take a big fat guess here and say that the ancient Greeks didn’t have a GPS system. And to be honest, it surprises me that any ancient nation survived. Sometimes I get lost five minutes from my house! I am truly indebted and glued to my GPS.