You can order almost everything online now, but is it actually helpful?
Just in time for the holiday season (yes, we know it’s only September), you can expect a 7-foot box making its way to your doorstep. Well, that’s if you decide to order your Christmas tree online this year. Amazon plans to start a Christmas tree delivery service that will ship you your fresh, full-size tree just in time to decorate it for the holidays.
Obviously, Christmas trees aren’t the only things we can have conveniently delivered to our homes. From groceries to clothes and now live plants, there seems to be no reason to go to the store anymore. There’s no reason to leave your house at all.
That said, the growing success and popularity of these home delivery services are getting mixed reactions. Some people think that it’s taking away human interaction and making us more introverted. They also claim that it’s making us lazy. (Fair.)
Others argue that it gives us more time to focus on more important tasks rather than commute to the store or wait in long line-ups. In short, online delivery is way more convenient.
Are we going in the right direction with all these home delivery services? Tune into The Social (1 p.m. ET on CTV) to see what our hosts have to say.