Monday, 7 September 2015

{Giveaway} HomeHello

If you live in Sydney or Melbourne then today is your lucky day! HomeHello is offering one of my readers (who live in Sydney or Melbourne) a FREE (!!) 3 hour house cleaning coupon.

HomeHello is a site that makes it really easy to book home cleaning services online for every Australian. Since they started in 2014, they've already provided their professional cleaning services to hundreds of Sydney and Melbourne homes. 

To go into the draw to win the 3 hour house cleaning coupon simply comment below and tell me how you would benefit from a little help around your home.

To find out more about HomeHello, you can visit their website here or pop on over to their Facebook page and say hi - here. You can read more about HomeHello below too.

The fine print:

Open to Sydney and Melbourne residents only.
Giveaway is open now until Midnight EST 18 September 2015.
Winner will be announced here and contacted via email.
Winner will have 4 days to contact me to claim their prize after which a new winner will be chosen. 






23 comments :

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  2. Not sure if my last comment went through! But after having surgery and not being able to clean and having my kids and hubby do it this would be a huge help to our whole family. What a fab way to start spring!

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  3. What an awesome prize! Spring has sprung upon us and let's face it Winter brings us down. I have been sick with the flu on and off since July!!! My housework has been semi abandoned and with the sunshine starting to shine through my house has seen better days. With a little bit of help I can step on top of my cleaning and get ahead of it all. This would help me out so much as I am still fighting this dreaded flu! Cough* cough* :(

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  4. After giving birth to my third baby girl just two weeks ago, my house isn't looking it's best. Between my feeding issues, sleep deprivation, three kids under five and my husband already returning to work, this would mean a lot to this exhausted mummy! Being my last baby, I'm trying to enjoy as many cuddles as I can as she will only be a baby for so long. Anyway, I think all mums deserve this prize, it's almost as good as a trip to Hawaii =p best of luck to us all :)

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  5. I would love a little hand in cleaning my house from home hello! I am a mummy to two beautiful little girls aged 2 and 3 years along with our 3rd little bubba on the way. I'm afraid I have been very ill with morning sickness and whilst still trying to be the best mum I can be to our girls, keep the home running and working part time, my motivation to clean has vanished! This mama is in survival mode at the moment 😊 how lovely and what a blessing it would be to have someone clean my home for me! 🙏

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  6. This would be so amazing! I've never had a cleaner come to my house. I would be so excited...hahaha. I'm not particularly deserving, just a Mumma of a 4 and 2 year old keeping me on my toes, a wife and part-time ICU nurse. I've been on a major deluttering mission and a good deep clean from Home Hello would be the perfect finish. :-)

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  7. Hello I actually would like to nominate my mum to have her house cleaned. She is so busy looking after my two little girls, 3 and 4… while i am working. she also works herself and just dose not get the time .thanks for the chance to enter

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  8. This is the most wonderful giveaway!

    I would love a little help around the house to get on top of things after being sick through winter - I am stuck in a rut and my motivation levels are now virtually nil since starting a 5 day a week part-time hospital job & looking after my two children. Home Hello would be a fabulous motivator to get me started.

    Scondous (at) tpg (dot) com.au

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  9. I'm tied up caring for aging parents at the moment - including housecleaning for them. A HomeHello clean house to greet me on return to mine would be a calming sight.

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  10. We have 4 kids and I'm struggling to keep on top of things. We're all recovering from a winter tummy bug and a clean from Home Hello would be so appreciated!

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  11. Great giveaway Leanne!
    Having my husband work away the last few weeks and me working and having to the whole parenting load on my own my house has been neglected! Having someone to come in and do a clean for me means I can spend 3 hours of quality time with my kids without the worry of dusting or getting the bathrooms cleaned.

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  12. I think my Mum would benefit from having her house cleaned by HelloHome. My Dad has just been diagnosed with cancer so she this would be one less thing she has to think about, I have amazing parents and would love to help them out!

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  13. With three little ones under 5
    My house is a mess and needs a revive
    Dusting, floors and a bathroom too
    There's only so much this mum can do!!!

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  14. I love the thought of sitting with my feet up reading a book while someone else cleans the bathroom and vacuums the floor!

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  15. mother's work is never done or never ending just to be able to read a book would be a treat and have a hot coffee in peace and quite a treat!!

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  16. I feel like I am always cleaning. It would be lovely to have 3 hours worth of cleaning done for me so I can use those spare 3 hours to have an afternoon snooze!

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