Share The Load with Ariel’s #WashBucketChallenge

A while ago, we conducted the #IsLaundryOnlyAWomansJob activity at BlogAdda where bloggers wrote about the startling statistics that were revealed in Ariel’s survey conducted by AC Nielsen. As they say, action speaks louder than words. And that is why we want you take up the #WashBucketChallenge to Share the Load of laundry.

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In Phase 2 of this activity, BlogAdda invites you to take a pledge that you will #ShareTheLoad of household chores and not burden just one family member. Gentlemen, we want you to take up this challenge to give the ladies of the house some respite from doing the laundry, and blog about the experience.

Ladies, you can get the men of your house to take up the pledge and blog about how they went about sharing the load.

Register for the #WashBucketChallenge and if you’re shortlisted, we’ll send you a pack of Ariel Matic powder.

Once your receive the pack, this is what you have to do-

1. Click a picture of yourself or your husband/brother/male in the household using the Ariel Matic pack with your washing machine.
2. Blog about your experience of taking the #WashBucketChallenge
3. Submit your blog post on the link that will be communicated to the shortlisted bloggers by mail.

Here are the prizes that you can win in the Ariel #WashBucketChallenge-

1. 3 of the best blog posts will get brand new fully automatic Whirlpool washing machines!

2. 20 of the best blog posts will win vouchers worth Rs. 1000!

They say β€˜Do Good, and it will come back to you’, and your doing good by sharing the load will win you assured vouchers and a chance to win a washing machine!

Click on the button below to register! We have only a few slots so make sure you register before the world catches up!

Register Now!

Instructions to follow-

  1. Every shortlisted blogger can submit 1 blog post
  2. The minimum word limit for each blog post is 300 words.
  3. Every blog post must be accompanied by a photo of the Ariel Matic powder with a washing machine
  4. You have to post 2 tweets and 2 Facebook posts regarding the #WashBucketChallenge

So be a household that takes up the #WashBucketChallenge to share the load and win exciting prizes!

35 Replies to “Share The Load with Ariel’s #WashBucketChallenge”

  1. New post on my blog: Promoting Gender Equality By Sharing The Load



    The thing about a successful marriage is that it is never about an individual or a gender per se but a team. Sadhna and I have continued to build our nine-year-old relationship on love, respect, and trust. Both of us work full-time and realize that it doesn’t get any easier with two kids around. So we share responsibilities without letting our egos get in the way.

    In the Prabhakar household, there is no distinction between a man and a woman. No bias at all. If I see an untidy room, I go clean it.

    Ditto for laundry.

    I don’t expect the Mrs to do the laundry every time. There are days when Sadhna would return from the school fully exhausted. I try to pep her up by making tea or coffee, ordering food online (so she doesn’t have to cook), and doing laundry. This is the least I can do for her.

  2. @ Team BA I find some changes here. Is tagging 5 blogger friends is not necessary now? Do replay fast team Blogadda.

  3. The art of soiling what is clean

    “I stopped, whirled around but before I was able to execute that flying kick, I opened my eyes and saw her there beside my bed, smiling. It didn’t take me long to understand that my adventure was over and that I was back home in the world where I was born. Dreamtime was up. I sat up straight and said, β€˜Good morning! I just saved us all from a group of hardy terrorists tonight and was about to come splashing to you through mud and slush. Some adventurous soiling is what sensual dreams are made of.’

    β€˜Good that you’re back in the real world. A few of your adventure-soiled clothes are also waiting to be cleaned,’ she said, pointing to the pile on her side of the bed. I remembered that I was to take the #WashBucketChallenge and transform a pile of soiled clothes into as clean as possible…”

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