A few ways to save 5 minutes with Nature’s finest – win some cash too!
Family time is precious, but with so many of us often exhausted at the end of a working day and parents and children looking at screens we forget to spend just five minutes together. Nature’s Finest (the fruit pot people) is on a mission to find and champion families who use simple solutions or life hacks to ensure time is spent together, through the campaign ‘Britain’s Most Fruitful Family’.
Run via Nature’s Finest’s Facebook page, the campaign is asking families to send in the life hacks that help them to spend more time together as a family, encouraging others to try the same and embrace a fruit-ful lifestyle.
Inspired by the brand itself, Nature’s Finest offers a variety of tasty Potted fruit only in juice, with no added sugar. Making eating fruit on the go or at home a simple and easy task.
The campaign will run from 24th October through to 28th November and the winning family with the best life hack will receive £1,000 worth of Sainsbury’s vouchers – ideal just before Christmas when food shopping bills get bigger. If you have a way to save five minutes that you are happy to share with Nature’s Finest on their facebook page then you could bag that 1000 pounds voucher just in time for Christmas.
Here are a few hacks that I found worked well when my children were younger.
- Encourage your child to pack their school bags the night before. This gives them a chance to do so in a calm manner and you can see if there are any letters in the bag or notes from the teacher that need your attention.
- Put school shoes next to the school bags so they are easy to find in the morning.
- Have a copy of your child’s timetable on the fridge, get them to check it every evening and then they won’t forget swim kit or plimsolls!
- Give your child responsibility for putting their reading book in their bag or checking their PE kit is complete. If they forget DON’T do it for them. They will remember the next time if their teacher gets cross!
- Organise the emails sent from school into one folder, so they are easier to find in a hurry.
I was sent a few pots of Nature’s Finest to try when agreeing to share this competition. I was not asked to write a positive review of the product and was not paid to write this post.