Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Reprogram Your Daily Routine with Jennie Finch and Shout {Review & Giveaway}

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As technology becomes more and more prevalent in all of our lives, it isn't all that shocking to hear about the statistics showing that Americans currently spend an average of 60 hours a month online.

So while that can lead to positives (such as staying better connected with friends and family or being able to work from home), that also means that we're all spending less time being up and active and enjoying the great outdoors.

Fortunately, Shout is on a mission to help Americans reprogram their daily routines, which means: seize the moment, get a little dirty and live life out loud! With the Shout family of products, you can treat stains wherever and whenever they happen, so your family can get the most out of life and still look their best.

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To encourage families to take a fresh look at their daily routines, Shout has once again teamed up with Olympic athlete and mom Jennie Finch to encourage all of us to unplug and get messy! Here are a few of her great tips...

Jennie Finch's Tips to Reprogram Your Daily Routine and Live Life Out Loud

· Unplug from Electronics - We all have our favorite TV shows, iPad apps and video games that can easily occupy weeknights. Make a commitment to take at least 30 minutes each day to unplug the whole family from their favorite gadgets and spend some quality time together doing a fun and creative activity. Encourage the whole family to go outside and get dirty!

Fresh air is invigorating and allows children to run freely without the worry of knocking over breakables or bumping into furniture. Shout Wipes ensure you can clean up stains on the go so everyone can get the most out of life and still look their best.

· Get Messy with Craft Projects - Arts and crafts are another fun way to change up your daily routine with interactive, hands-on fun. Create a craft box of construction paper, glue, paint and seasonal items. Dedicate each month to a new craft project.

For example – carve or decorate pumpkins with markers in October, make "turkey hands" or acorn decorations in November and special ornaments or holiday decorations in December. These homemade craft projects foster creativity, add decoration to the house and are a fun memento to keep for years to come. Have no fear – paint, glitter and markers are no match for Shout so your family can be creative no matter how messy they get.

· Use Your Imagination - If the weather does not permit outside play, get out a board game, or better yet, make up a brand new game with items around the house. You can write down the rules on a dry erase board as you go and the whole family gets to be inventive and resourceful with playtime!

· Child-Friendly Baking Projects - Children love to help out in the kitchen and decorate cookies, cupcakes – or anything sweet! Use food coloring to make different colored frostings and go to town with sprinkles galore! As an added bonus, children can steal a few licks of frosting while helping out mom. Don't worry about the mess; Shout has you covered with an arsenal of stain-lifting products.

· Look to your Community - Getting involved in local events is a great way to reprogram your daily routine and switch up the types of activities your family participates in on a regular basis. Art fairs, color runs, pie eating contests… the list goes on and on. Get active in your community's events and you'll meet new people and live life out loud!

Additionally, be sure to check out the Reprogramming America for Fun App on Facebook. Upon log-in, the app will integrate your name and profile photo into a short, personalized video all about seizing the moment – setting you free to start living out loud and having fun, without worrying about getting a little messy.

I had so much fun with this app and watched my video more than once because it was just so cute how it personalized it to include my name, photos and more throughout!

Shout reprogram app

When it comes to reprogramming your life and playing without worrying about stains, Shout is definitely the name that is there to help clean up any messes. We have long been fans of their effective and versatile products and have recently been turning to Shout Trigger and Shout Wipes for just about any issues that arise.

Shout review

The Triple-Acting Formula of Shout Trigger is filled with stain-fighting ingredients and enzymes to quickly penetrate, break up and remove tough stains – being able to grab this handy bottle and spray it on to dissolve all of the messes that magically end up on my children's clothes has been a lifesaver!

Shout Trigger review

I love that these Shout Wipes are individually packaged and portable, as I've simply tossed a few in my purse and have been happy knowing that they go everywhere we do.

Instead of my usual big sigh when Little Sister B drips ketchup on her shirt when we're out to eat, I can just pull out one of these perfect little packages and use the stain-absorbing cloth to instantly lift it off of her clothes.

Shout Wipes review

Are you ready to reprogram your life? Visit ShoutItOut.com for more information on Shout's full line of great products and check out the Shout Facebook page for information, coupons and inspiration on ways to get your family up and moving via images shared by other Shout fans. Then join in and share your own ideas on how to seize the moment!

And, thanks to the generosity of Shout, one person will soon be ready to bring their family out to play worry-free, because...

One lucky person will win a bottle of Shout Trigger and a package of Shout Wipes!

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(Enter with the Rafflecopter form below. If you have any questions or problems entering, there is a video tutorial found here that can help.)

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A big thank you to Shout for providing Shout Trigger and Shout Wipes for me to review as well as for one lucky giveaway winner. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.

159 comments:

suburban prep said...

As Maureen

The worst so far has been oil and grape juice.

debijackson said...

grease spots and blackberry jam debbie jackson
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

scottsgal said...

baseball dirt on my senior's uniform

Madeline said...

Grease spots!

Anonymous said...

Coffee and Chocolate.

Hetal said...

for me it is strawberry stains or ballpoint pen stains

Kathy said...

Grass stains on my sons pants or my husbands shirt collars - grime I guess.

AngelWinner said...

Grass

Julie Lynn Bickham said...

My husbands work clothes, tons of grease on them.

Anonymous said...

I'm always struggling with strawberries on white shirts!
kim(at)kimberlychance(dot)com

melissa griffith said...

Grease stains mostly.

melgriff4@yahoo.com

Chelsea said...

Juice stains from popsicles!

wigget said...

usually grass and mud

Rita M said...

Grease!

Leslie Rigsby said...

Dirt (from the garden or archaeology digs) is the problem for me.

Magela said...

The worse stain to battle is grease stain.

Jackie said...

Spaghetti Sauce. Seems I can't make it without splattering it on my shirt.
Thanks!

Sandra K321 said...

My son is a soccer goalkeeper so ground in grass and mud.
seknobloch(at)gmail(dot)com

Connie Bolick Lee said...

My husband works with farm and car tires all day, and his shirts get a lot of grease and grime on them.

bettycd said...

Red sauce stains - Me, Dad and the kids
my real problem is where they aren't caught and go thru a wash and get set in

apple blossom said...

red sauce be in spaghetti or pizza

Gina F. said...

I have to battle red sauce and chocolate the most on my family's clothes.

ginaferrell3 at yahoo dot com

jessica said...

spaghetti sauce for sure. its my favorite food :)

jek9880 at gmail dot com

Sass said...

Grass stains on my gardening clothes.

Thomas Murphy said...

Red sauce stains
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Ken Ohl said...

greese is the worst to get out.

Sndrdee said...

My challenge - is grass stains.

bayctygrl said...

tar and other stuff from my husband being in construction

hippopurplemonkey at yahoo dot com

rebecca11111 said...

grease

Randi said...

Definitely food stains from when I forget to put on an apron.

Sonya Sanderson said...

motor oil

Rise Isom said...

spaghetti sauce and coffee

gahome2mom said...

I am not in the habit of spilling my coffee. lol The one stain that is more common is ketchup/tomato based products. (dirt, grease, etc) gahome2mom/gmail/com

Jillie said...

Coffee on my clothes and berries on my boys' clothes!

Space Monkey said...

FOOD stains! Oh I'm so frustrated with knits and food stains. I hate it when the hubby eats in front of TV... and HE even gets food stains on his nice white T's. Grrrrrrr. I am used to checking the kids clothes so thoroughly, but I miss HIS t's sometimes!!

LOL.. okay to be completely fair I myself give my pj's COFFEE stains!

chris z said...

grass stains!

Julie said...

misc daycare stains from finger paint to food!LOL

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Julie Rupert said...

All kinds of food stains from my kids.

Melissa R said...

I have to admit i am a messy eater so i always get food on my tops. I have ruined so many shirts that way
melisa0072 at gmail dot com

Marty Harris said...

Grass stains

Connie Siler said...

I really like this product! I use it alot.Thank you for hosting this giveaway! Hope to win thanks..:)
connie.siler@ymail.com

Lauren Patterson said...

Coffee on my husbands work clothes!

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

I have to battle plain old dirt the most...from the children playing outside!

llinda29 said...

grease is always a problem

star95011 said...

pasta and chocolate

Sarah MomE25 said...

The kids- Spaghetti sauce, chocolate, and Juice.

Cserafini said...

Baby food stains.

Sandy V. said...

My husband spills a lot of food stains on his shirts.

Anonymous said...

Food I spill everything.

Susan C said...

Food stain on my shirt.

pinktaz60 said...

Betsy Rubendall Barnes
pinktaz60@hotmail.com

Motor oil is a stain I battle every day because my hubby and son are always working on their cars/motorcycles :)

Kristen said...

I most often have to battle food stains.

msilba said...

strawberries! my little guy loves them but it's a tough stain to remove!

jcwega27 said...

markers
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Stevie said...

copier toner on my husband's work shirts

Liz said...

Spaghetti sauce!

Kate Fuller said...

I most often have to battle stains from our dogs' paws.

kim burnett said...

strawberry stains

Stevie said...

Stains on my husband's work uniforms

Mary Calabrese said...

ring around the collar on my husband's dress shirts.

ighmeg at yahoo dot com

bloomerbear said...

It would have to be Grease stains

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thank you

bison61 said...

grease and oil

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Lo said...

Tomato sauce!

julie said...

grape juice

Dave said...

Our biggest is food spills (kids) and grass stains (boys)!

entered as davis

Candie L said...

It is always grass stains. Thank you

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littlelatina said...

dirt and grease

Kelly H. said...

My husband is in construction so I usually have to battle grease stains.

Becca said...

I mostly have dog stains from the dog jumping on me :)

*Mirage* said...

Our most frequent stain is baby diaper blowouts! Ewwww! A close second is spaghetti. ;)

Jen said...

Spaghetti sauce stains!

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ffc57d54-1f8d-11e2-86df-000bcdca4d7a said...

Grease stains

Janna Johnson said...

chili
Thanks for the giveaway! Janna Johnson jannajanna@hotmail.com Janna@feedyourpig on gfc

Crystal K. said...

Grease spots on my husband's shirts.

Bekah Kuczenski said...

My toddler always has food stains on all her shirts :(

Jenny Sims said...

Ketchup on everything my toddler wears.

Charlotte Raynor :-) said...

The thing I usually have to try to get out of my clothes is food. I tend to miss my mouth alot and down the front of the shirt it goes. LOL Thank goodness for Shout so I can get it out. Thanks for the giveaway! :-)

MELINA said...

food stains, oil stains are what I have to deal with on my kids clothes

adrienne warren said...

oil, my guy and his pickup, need I say more?

Running In Boise said...

underarms deodorant stains

Jennifer T. said...

Oily stains always seem the hardest to come out on my family's clothes. But, ketchup is always on my daughter's shirts.
jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

SharpTeethOfLove said...

food and grease in work clothes - Jenna O

Terra H. said...

I most have to battle sweat stains from when my son plays sports. Thanks.
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Debra said...

coffee stains

doodlebug said...

Grease. Once it gets set you can never get it out!!

Jay said...

Our hardest stain is dirt. Hubby works in construction.

Anonymous said...

My sons most frquent stain is ketchup.

Melissa said...

Pizza sauce

Andy & Jen Armstrong said...

grease stains

kathy pease said...

our worst is grass stains

Whitney said...

Coffee...like, every day. Haha!

Bron said...

nutella or pizza sauce

Jessica said...

coffee

Theresa said...

Coffee stains all the time!

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corey1971 said...

Chocolate! (Corey Olomon)

Roy F. said...

stain form sauces.

kathy f said...

Ketchup and bbq sauce are the worst stains ever.

Chris Alejandro said...

grass and dirt stains are annoying. Lieutcrunch27 (at) gmail (dot) com

Courtnie Miller said...

I randomly get ink on my clothes from pens.

Trish Mama B. said...

This would be a great stocking stuffer for my daughter (at college) for laundry day!

Darcie Decided said...

Food stains or paint stains from my little artist!

mtbears819 said...

grass stains are tough

Anonymous said...

Mostly food stains. I'm such a messy eater.
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callbr549 said...

My toughest stains are grease stains.

lbanigan said...

thanks for the giveaway

Kathy said...

Tomato sauce stains

Karen said...

Spaghetti sauce and red wine. Thanks for the giveaway.

Priscilla Benavides said...

Markers, glue and Ketschup!
priscillavbenavides@yahoo.com

bkittie said...

A variety of food stains from cooking.
bkittie at hotmail.com

Rebecca O said...

Grass stains! bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

Lina said...

Probably pet stains

Melanie Mervin said...

The stains are mostly stains from my daughter playing outside at preschool.

ferriz said...

chocolate.. or blood. im a klutz.

dani marie ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jennifer Reed said...

The stain I seem to deal with the most is grease stains from cooking.

yyeres said...

juice stains

Alison said...

Grease and oil stains on my fiance's work clothes.

Stephanie Larison said...

I have to deal with a lot of grease and grass stains

Anonymous said...

Food and grass stains.
shawnac68@hotmail.com

Super Blogger Girl! said...

ours is ketchup!

Carly H. said...

Coffee stains.

Erica C. said...

We get a lot of grass stains!
ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

Bonni said...

I deal mostly with food stains and plain ole dirt. Thanks

Maryanne said...

mud, sweat, and food

dawn keenan said...

grease stains!

MizVickik said...

Lots of grass stains =(
Miz Vickik

Nicole C. said...

The stains that I have been dealing with most are makeup stains.

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Myrna K said...

I have to deal the most with grass stains

Kayla said...

Grass stains.

lmurley2000 said...

ketchup stains

lmurley2000@yahoo.com

Courtney said...

Dirt on kids' sleeves. It's a combo of dirt, food and I don't know even what else.

Marie said...

The worst thing here are my husband's work clothes...he works as a nurse in an inner city hospital with a lot of messy trauma cases...eek!

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Anonymous said...

Grass stains are the worst!

Stacey V said...

The harder I try not to, the more I seem to get food on my clothes.

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imaclutz89 said...

vegetable oil! somehow it gets all over the clothes!

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Susan Smoaks said...

We get a lot of food stains, mostly ketchup!

susansmoaks at gmail dot com

harolde said...

Ketchup and tomato sauce stains are common ones around here.

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Tanya Bartlett said...

red wine stains

Mommy 2 Monkeys said...

Food stains like tomato sauce.

tavernie said...

Grass and Red Dirt!
ptavernie at yahoo dot com

demmi said...

food stains

Candice said...

Food stains like coffee and tomato sauce.

Leah Elizabeth said...

Dirty socks :(

Sarah Yurga said...

grease stains are frequent here

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Chrissy Nestor said...

Food stains, my daughter can be a messy eater lol

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Nikki S. said...

My husband's shoes are always the worst. I don't know why he is so hard on his shoes... he has like 50 pair!

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Lisa Canada said...

Food stains of all kinds.

Breanne said...

Food stains... I should make my husband wear a bib

tricia antosh said...

Grease and Spagetti Sauce!!
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bbrittbrat1398 said...

Grass stains.
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chantal cooper said...

food stains

Kathleen M Smith said...

Tomato based food stains

/\Heather/\ said...

I have no idea what they are, but they show up whenever the kinder does, but the kinder has no idea what they are... Curious.

blew415 said...

Grape juice on my tshirt

Melanie Montgomery said...

Blood, my hubby is an emt.

Tylerpants said...

We have food stains a lot and chocolate ice cream is a tough stain to remove. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

trixx said...

pasta sauce stains, somehow it always ends up on our clothes

savvygirl65 said...

food stains...my kids are messy...like sauce and chocolate
Sherri J
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Tracy said...

baby poop and baby food stains.

Jordan Young said...

Mostly all food stains.