Kids, do you ever open up your lunchbox at school and think, “What is this? There’s no PASSION here.” Well, there’s a reason for that.
In a new survey, 26% of parents say packing their kid’s lunchbox is their LEAST favorite chore. In fact, 29% would rather clean the bathroom than put a few things together for their kid’s lunch.
And 17% of parents say they’d rather get a CAVITY FILLED. Which seems unnecessarily dramatic.
Packing lunchboxes can take a lot of time . . . especially if you’re preparing multiple items to your kids’ taste, and not just tossing a Lunchable in. And it can be frustrating . . . because 72% of parents say their child’s lunches “often” come back from school uneaten.
By the way, if you’re teaching your kids to pack their OWN lunch, there’s a promotion happening on social media, hosted by Juicy Juice.
Here’s how it works: You just have your kids pack their lunch . . . take a photo and post it on social media with the hashtag #JJFriYAYSweepstakes. To win, you also have to tag and follow @JuicyJuiceUSA.
They’re looking for the best entries every Friday in October . . . starting today . . . and at the end of the month, one grand prize winner will receive $10,000 that can be used toward groceries.
For what it’s worth, they say they’re looking for the “unique” results of the kids packing their own lunches . . . so it seems like they’re targeting ones that are especially good, bad, or creative.