For Anna Stolley Persky, a mother of three in Fairfax, Va., at-home delivery for groceries and household goods is a gift from heaven.
Persky, who works part-time from home as a freelance writer, gets a weekly delivery from Amazon
from everything from clothes to back-to-school items, specialty fresh food deliveries from HelloFresh so she can make several meals a week, and grocery staples from Peapod.com.
There’s just one problem. There’s