Difficult, dangerous, and physically exhausting task yes, but no multi-tasking. No wondering if he has his priorities straight, no quality versus quantity time issues. In fact very little thought required. Frodo just has to keep putting one foot in front of the other to fulfill his duties. When he does his job right he gets instant feedback. The tower of Sauron falls. The End. He's the hero forever.
Bad guys? They all wear black cloaks, and ooze, easy to spot. Just run away.
Nothing but Lembas bread? It's already paid for, fully cooked, is healthy and doesn't make him fat, enough said.
Failure = the end of the world? That one is a little bit trickier, but for Frodo failure would also equal his demise -so he wouldn't have long to feel guilt.
Lord of the Rings also has excellent healthcare, free of charge.
A Quest would be a breeze compared to Motherhood.
I hope going back in time is not cheating for Steady Mom's 30 minute challenge. I vividly remember writing this very quickly- almost as a whiny prayer for mercy during a particularly difficult time with my little one's chronic illness. Thanks to God we got through that time:)