Pledge to #TakeBackTheTable and spend more quality time with your family around the dinner table! It’s SO important!
Eating dinner with your family is incredibly important! Children and teens who regularly eat dinner with their families report having closer relationships with their parents, get better grades in school, and experience less stress. They are also less likely to smoke, drink or do drugs, and are less likely to be overweight or develop an eating disorder.
Family time is SO important, and family time around the dinner table is become a rarity in American families. Vanity Fair® Napkins launched the #TakeBackTheTable campaign to spread awareness and to help inspire American families to reclaim their valuable time around the table.
As we shared in the video, one of our favorite things to do with our family at dinner time is to read questions from our jar of dinner conversation topics.
The jar is full of all different kinds of questions – some silly, some nostalgic, some mind bending, and some that are seasonal. We take turns drawing a question from the jar, and then we go around the table, and each one of us answers the question. It’s so much fun, and it’s a great way to get to know your family members even better!
Join me and my family in the movement to reunite families at dinnertime, and take the pledge to #TakeBackTheTable! Be sure to follow Vanity Fair® Napkins (@VanityFairNapkins) on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for more information.
I took the pledge to #takebackthetable to show how important it is to spend more time with family at meal time. T his is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Vanity Fair® Napkins. The opinions and text are all mine.