Is anyone else annoyed that more restaurants don't deliver? I mean c’mon there is a serious market for pure laziness and I’m sitting right here, on my couch, too comfy to leave and very much hangry (hunger + angry).
Many restaurants offer pick-up, but who has time for pants? And let’s be honest, once the bra is off, that sucker is dunzo. Nope, not happening. This girl… who am I kidding? These girls are in for the night and if it’s Sunday, I won’t see a bra till Monday.
So what are my options for food? Well, this may be surprising, but I’m not much of a sandwich person – so Jimmy John’s is out of the question, Chinese food can be too heavy, and pizza (although very delicious) can be boring. Columbus needs variety, we need options and thanks to a new app called, DoorDash – Sundays just got lazier.
Thanks to the Women’s Fund of Central Ohio, I have been asked to write a sponsored blog post about what it means to me by “Going off Script”.
Obviously, this can be interpreted in many ways, but it took me several days to contemplate on what it meant to me. When I think of “Going off Script” – I think of boss women, women who defy gender norms and color outside the lines.
These women are badass. Like giving a huge middle finger to the man badass. They know their self-worth and won’t accept anything less than what they deserve. That to me, is going off script, it’s the decision to write your own.
My name is Morgan Pelt, founder and lifestyle blogger behind Columbus Living – a blog dedicated to sharing stories about local businesses, events and entrepreneurs. I grew up in Columbus and as a creative outlet; I like to share my adventures and experiences through writing, photography and social media. It's time to discover new places, try new food, and meet new people. Let's go!