When it comes to back-to-school, there are things that happens to transform our schedule. From sports to preparation of meals, things can and will change at a moments notice during the school season. How will your schedule and routines change this back-to-school season? How are you preparing for the change?
Here are some tips that can assist with making this back-to-school season an easier transition.
Dinner time can become stressful and no one wants to admit it until it has become a problem.
Well, our friends over at DinnerTime have an amazing recipe system that the whole family will enjoy! Try it out day, by visiting DinnerTime.com and using our promo code: BTRDelivery.
Click here to view an article from Care.com on more tips!
St. Helier's Farms introduces us to this fun and inspirational way to engage in the kitchen this Easter holiday. Take a look at this recipe and try it out with your family this weekend!
Being a mom (parent) has it highs and its lows, right?!? We love our littles so much, that it seems like we even embrace the lows with a smile, kiss, and hug!
Amanda Kidd; wife, mom, entreperneur, and owner of Beat The Rush Delivery.
Another humbling yet exciting moment to share about our personal shopper services. Thank you, Lenita Wesson of WMDT 47 News, for having me on your segment to speak about our services!
We are truly humbled and grateful for the opportunity to share our story. It is in this impromptu moment, were we able to speak to many about our mission and vision for BTR. I guess you can say we are a business with a non profit heart. Many wonder how we become a profitable business with much competition on the up rise. We trust and are confident in what makes us BTR. We look forward to serving those within the communities we serve with our hearts postured toward hospitality, service and community! Thank you WMDT for capturing this moment.
Review our WMDT interview.
Had a great time out at the City of Cambridge Health Fair! Yesterday was nothing short of humbling, as I was afforded the opportunity to share the story behind my business and how it was started. October not only is the Breast cancer awareness, it also is the month our business officially launched 2 year ago to date! It was great way to honor Mom! She was a lady of love, family and community. It was great to be out in our community doing just that! 💕
A special thank you goes to the coordinator Montez Badger, RN. It was truly amazing to see all that came out to promote health and wellness, as well as those that came out to receive the information. Community is a village. The village must be nurtured. It is a constant relationship between those that have a willing heart and mind to give and a willing heart and mind to receive. What is most important for a village to be strong and work proficiently, is that those that are one the receiving side must take in the knowledge that they receive and apply it! If this concept is not taken seriously, then the next generation will have to work twice, if not more, as hard towards building a proficient village.
Looking forward to what the future hold for this village! #iHeartMyVillageCambridge
After several long months of researching, we have finally found a productive solution for our customers to have the capability of creating healthy meals, keeping them organized and creating their ideal grocery shopping list.
The application is one that will also help to make meal-time interesting and fun! Take a look!
Let us know what you think!
Founded BTR in 2012 after the passing of her mom from the battle of stage four breast cancer. With her heart postured towards business and hospitality in every aspect of the terms; Amanda has the vision to change the lives of many by giving back valuable time to those within the community.