I'm envious of my friend in London who can choose to have her groceries delivered (or shop in-store). That must be a godsend in a city where many are dependent on public transportation and don't want to lug groceries around. She can also "shop" in the middle of the night, and set the delivery time at her convenience. I'd wished I had that when I was very pregnant or dealing with a cranky infant.
You can do that in most urban places in Australia. The delivery fee is only about $7 I believe. Its apparently very handy but I shop in person.
I'd get someone to do the cleaning. I'm so lazy.
I'm in the UK and all the major supermarkets offer online grocery shopping and delivery. I love And since it means I don't now end up shopping when I'm tired and hungry, I'm far less likely to buy stuff on impulse. I pay £3 delivery charge, which is absolutely worth it! - I'd happily pay twice that to avoid having to go into a supermarket!
I still buy meat from the real butcher, though - it's far better quality and I can chose it myself.
I haven't voted as my answer would be 'yes, all of the above' Although some of them, such as driving and running errands would be 'sometimes' not 'always.
If I had to pick, it would probably be the cleaner (I don't think of online grocery shopping as paying for someone to shop for me - I guess because I still chose everything, make up the order etc. It would be nice to have a magic grocery fairy who kept track of everything and ordered stuff so I never ran out of anything, or had to make lists...
I would love to have someone clean for me, but there's only one of me and my house is small, so I find it hard to justify to myself. Maybe this year I shall be able to talk myself into it!