MacKid Mom Hacks: 9 Tips for Packing Lunches

Is packing lunch a headache for you every day? Check out our tips for making your life easier!

By Julie Dikken, Publisher and Editor Evergreen & Arvada Macaroni Kid August 20, 2019

Weekday mornings are a busy time for families with kids in school. Just getting the kids up, dressed and ready for the day is hectic enough -- adding packing lunches to the task list can throw the morning into a tailspin. 

But Macaroni Kid is here to help!

This month's MacKid Mom Hacks video includes lunchbox tips from Macaroni Kid publishers from across the United States. They've suffered through the morning madness and have created tricks to make weekdays go more smoothly. 

In this video, I will show you some simple Macaroni Kid Mom lunchbox hacks that have been proven to help make packing lunches easier, more earth-friendly, and even includes a little fun too! 

Click below to see our nine tips to make packing lunches easier for you. (And while you're there, we'd appreciate it if you'd give it a like and follow our YouTube channel!)

Show us your favorite mom hacks for packing lunches, or anything else that makes your parenting life easier. Tag us on social media with #MacKidMomHacks for a chance to be featured!

Julie Dikken is the publisher of Colorado's Macaroni Kid Evergreen and Macaroni Kid Arvada.


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