Hacking Life: My Journey with Moving and Target Drive Up Pick Up

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My Journey with Moving and Target Drive Up Pick Up

by Melodie Haas

Three months ago, I moved my dog and I back to Oklahoma City. I was really tired of the freezing winter, stairs to the basement, and not being in a city.

I retired from the Air Force at Tinker Air Force base, so I knew Oklahoma City pretty well. I thought I knew what I wanted but after being in the house for a month, I am not sure this is my last destination.

God increased my faith when I drove from Massachusetts to Oklahoma. I drove almost 24 hours straight through and my dog Jasmine was a champion!

God showed me He is with me and Has not abandoned me. Since I am so sick, I can’t work and that makes me feel abandoned a lot!

I really enjoy a few things in this house. One is my yard. It’s small and has an overhang so I can sit out there if I want to. However, there is a train that passes through a lot closer than I thought it was—and the crickets are a little crazy—so I don’t sit outside much. But that is ok, since I can look at my yard which is pretty.

The house is in close proximity to a lot of stores. Target Drive Up pick up has been life changing for me! I order online and then get notified thru my app. Then I go to the location where I ordered it and let them know I am there thru the app. Then they come and put it in the car!

I know I most likely pay more, but this convenience is priceless to me! I started doing this when I first came to Oklahoma City. The service is free! I have had to call a couple of times only because I lost the app notification. They keep updating the app to make it better!

Target.com right now does not have the option to select drive-up, so you have to do that through the feature on the app. So, I put everything in my cart then check out through the app on my phone. However, before you checkout, make sure you select drive up for everything you want.

I am also going to try Walmart delivery! If you live near a Walmart see if they have free delivery. They are supposed to start delivery sometime in October. Use the code HOMEFREE.

About the Author

Melodie Haas is a retired Veteran who loves Jesus. She is attending Liberty University online MAIS. She writes a blog about finding savings or hacks. You can connect with her online at her blog or on Twitter. You can read Melodie’s “Hacking Life” on the 2nd Friday each month here at Mustard Seed Sentinel.

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