Have I mentioned lately how much I dislike housework? I’m sure I have. I know my husband hears me say it, at least a couple of times a week. It’s not so much that I hate housework, it’s that housework never ends. No matter how many times I wash the dishes, there will be more of them. Caught up on the laundry? No worries, it will need to be done again tomorrow. This post has been sponsored, but the story is my own.
Enter the Rescue Me, Martha Contest for a Chance to Win
Of course, it isn’t just that the cleaning never ends, it’s all those annoying cleaning problems that you just cannot seem to find an answer for. You know the one that you try fifteen different ways to clean, and it still doesn’t come clean? Here are just a few of mine:
- Mugs that hold coffee stains forever
- A very messy makeup drawer that I cannot keep organized
- Dirty pans, food processors, and other appliances that never get completely clean. Have I mentioned that I’ve thrown these away?
- Grimy toys (when the kids were little)
- Shower mildew and mildew on the ceiling in the bathroom
- Clogged drains and stains on the bathtub
I’m sure that you have several of your own to add, and now you have a chance to share your biggest home cleaning problems for the chance to have Martha Stewart show up at your door!
Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Digital, and the maker of ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda announced today that the entry period is now officially open for the Rescue Me, Martha! Contest, which invites consumers to share their messiest household challenges and offenders with Martha Stewart and a panel of home experts.
The engaging UGC contest will take place on Instagram and Twitter, where in 30 seconds or less, fans can send their taped appeal to Martha Stewart and submit with the hashtag #RescueMeMarthaContest. The entry period closes at midnight on January 19, 2016.
This spring, Martha Stewart and a professional cleaning crew will come to the rescue of one lucky grand prize winner’s living quarters. Martha will teach a memorable home cleaning lesson that covers all of the basics to help transform the grand prize winner’s home from messy to magnificent.
Have you picked up your copy of Martha Stewart Living Anniversary Issue yet?