There’s a couple of services I use and recommend for other folks; these are referral links, and will (in almost all cases) benefit both you and I.
DoorDash: This delivery service goes and picks up food for you from places that might otherwise not deliver, and brings it to you. There’s a bit of a fee, but the service has been great to me so far, including my personal favorite: bringing breakfast to me and my darlin’ on the weekends when we’re just lounging about. http://drd.sh/FezNVu/
Project Fi: I’ve had nothing but good experiences with Project Fi, especially since I don’t use a whole ton of wireless data every month. I lowered my mobile bill by 50% and got a new phone in the process. https://g.co/fi/r/0R54FN
Dropbox: If you don’t already have a Dropbox account, you’re missing out. There’s a lot of services that allow you to synchronize your data via Dropbox between your home computer and mobile, and that alone makes it worth the free tier. http://db.tt/PeYcFIot
Namecheap: I’ve been using Namecheap for both DNS registration and hosting for years. Their service has only gotten better over time. They don’t handhold you, but they don’t let you dangle either. http://www.namecheap.com/?aff=41387
Insync: This crossplatform utility lets you synchronize Google Drive to your home computer – and does so with only a one-time fee. Especially if you’re on Linux, this is a must-have.
Private Internet Access: With the end of Net Neutrality looming on the horizon (you have made phone calls and emailed your reps, right?), it looks like a reliable VPN provider may be a necessity instead of a luxury. PIA has a history of providing good service without maintaining logs, and runs a reasonable price. I’ve been using them exclusively for a little bit over a year and have been quite pleased.