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P&G Holiday Survival Kit #Giveaway {CAN Only}

P&G Holiday Survival Kit

P&G Holiday Survival Kit

Living in a multi-cultural city, we have many people that celebrate Ukranian Christmas.  Also many families around here have gatherings way into January – which helps alleviate the stress around the holidays.


P&G has a Survival Holiday Kit to giveaway to 1 Canadian Mommy Moment reader.  This survival kit will help you through your January gatherings as well as be a great start to the New Year!

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  1. My holiday survival tip to have as much of the food prep done before guests arrive. Food can stay warm in crock-pots and at a low temp in the oven. This way I can spend more time with my guests and less time in the kitchen!

  2. Always have extra beverages

  3. Crystal Hunter says:

    Always carry a mini sewing kit you never know when you might need one

  4. krista gould says:

    would be very nice to win

  5. this would be nice

  6. elodie annicette says:

    nice giveway thanks for the giveway

  7. Jennifer Wickens says:

    Thank you for thinking of us Canadians!

  8. Sandi DeGeer says:

    My survival tip is don’t stress, always take a time out for yourself!

  9. nicole cleaver says:

    I try not to say yes to everything – it is nice just to stay home with the family

  10. @torlonias says:

    Get someone else to host Christmas dinner! *wink*

  11. natalie marion says:

    My tip is don’t stress. Have awesome times with family. That’s what matters. Also… Freezer meals.

  12. Dianne Melnick says:

    always have extras of everything you never know when company will show :)

  13. My holiday survival tip this year is to go to some one else’s house for Christmas. That way you don’t need to handle everything, but you can help with stuff, LOL.

  14. One of my survival tips is not to over do it. People tend to rush and by the time the holiday is here they are worn out. Take your time and don’t stress. If you don’t get baking done, oh well, you can always go out and buy something. Just don’t go over doing it.

  15. kellie Nehring says:

    to find a quiet corner with a nice big drink in my hand lol :)

  16. Courtenay Theresa Alicia Coad says:

    Coupons are my holiday survival! I have used coupons to make uo gift baskets this year. I am so broke do this helped a lot :)

  17. Make lists and keep organized.

  18. Vodka! :)

  19. Kelly Gordon says:

    Stay calm, take time for yourself and enjoy family

  20. helps.

  21. Do as much of the prep for Christmas Day food as you can the day before

  22. Angela Mitchell says:

    Don’t leave everything til the last minute:)

  23. We will be leaving for a week long cruise. The only stress will be getting there.

  24. Christy Martin says:

    Enter as many contests as possible! I ended up winning $25 in cheese, so we will also be having a killer cheese tray!

  25. Jennifer Abbott says:

    Trying to prepare everything earlier so I can spend my day enjoying my family.

  26. keep a few extra gifts wrapped in the purse/car – just in case you get there and someone new is about. and sleep when you can

  27. My survival tips are to have a plan and stick to it. Don’t be afraid to take others up on their offer to help. Do as much prep work ahead as possible.

  28. wine solves everything :)

  29. Thanks for thinking of us!!

  30. sharon boyle says:

    What doesn’t get done won’t hurt anyone…stop the stress!!

  31. Make lists and do as much prep as you can before the day has arrived!

  32. When no one is home, go into a closet and scream at the top of your lungs…lol if you listen very carefully, you could probably hear me…;)

  33. Would love to win!

  34. Don’t neglect your health – sleep as needed, eat for nourishment. Don’t want to peter out and put a dent in your holiday fun, now do we? :)

  35. find a place called stop, and come to it, you cannot go on continuosly fretting about what has/has not been done. Chill… sit back, and just enjoy

  36. Leanne Renouf says:

    MY tip is relax and have fun. Don’t drink and drive!!!

  37. plenty of wine in the house always helps

  38. My holiday survival tip is try to prep as much as possible ahead of time.

  39. Sumit Atre says:

    Take everything slow and easy. Plan everything but dont stress if it doesnt go as planned.

  40. @lizzysdarcy says:

    Don’t strive for perfection, strive to create an enjoyable holiday atmosphere.

  41. Joanne Elford says:

    Keep a couple pre-wrapped generic gifts hidden away for those who unexpectedly drop by with a gift for your family.

  42. BooBooNinja says:

    Make sure you drink lots of water. Dehydration headaches are not going to help anyone. 😉

  43. Doris Calvert says:

    I don’t have any I just go with the flow and try to enjoy every minute

  44. Nicole JubleeW says:

    My tip is to take a hour for yourself, get a massage or go out for tea. A little recuperating time will do wonders.

  45. Judy C. Craig says:

    I have to make lists and stick to a schedule.

  46. What great products to give away

  47. i would love with win this :)

  48. My tip is to always have a spare gift around, let it be chocolates, nuts, tin of cookies just in case. :-) Have it wrapped and ready for some unexpected guest. :-)

  49. my holiday survival includes MUSIC !! I love it because it helps me relax

  50. Pamela Fontaine says:

    Take a quick nap to rejuvenate before guest arrive.

  51. Stacey Dempsey says:

    Learn to say NO . With 3 kids years ago I was buried with craft fairs and bake sales and fund raisers , it was just too much, so I learned to pick one thing from each kids grade and do that and say no the rest

  52. I always have extra baking tucked away in the freezer. Then, if we happen to get invited somewhere spur of the moment, I have a little something I can take along as a hostess gift.

  53. Ask family to help out by bringing something. That way you don’t have to do everything yourself.

  54. Amy Bailey says:

    TO make sure you say no so you dont get overwhelmed… You dont need to be superman or women to get everything done. Just remember that.

  55. always have extra Christmas cards and boxes of chocolate on hand

  56. Anne Taylor says:

    nobody is perfect; do what you can, breathe and enjoy yourself! I have no memories of some holidays because of the pressure I put on myself :-(

  57. Always have treats in stock!

  58. Always carry a Tide to Go Instant Stain Remover stick just incase of those deserts or food drops on your clothing

  59. Angie Andrews says:

    Relax with a nice glass of wine

  60. Go with the flow and don’t stress about every little thing. The holiday is for YOU to enjoy just as much as everyone else!

  61. Kimberly B says:

    Write everything down and be organized – takes the stress out of everything

  62. deanna_boocock says:

    You have to get lots of sleep. And not stay up late every night.

  63. Patricia Rosendahl says:

    What a great selection of items !!! I have learned to expect the unexpected and remember to breathe. I try to think …. “Will I remember this in 5 years?” If I don’t think so then it’s not such a big deal.

  64. Shop early to avoid crowds!

  65. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    just relax and dont try to do to much

  66. Belinda McNabb says:

    Ask for help. You can’t do it all alone, enlist the help of family and friends when ever you can

  67. I survive the holidays on tea and chocolate, bubble baths and reading way into the night.

  68. Get lots of sleep!

  69. Carol Denny says:

    Take one thing at a time and every thing will get done.

  70. sheridan s says:

    NO stressing and worrying about things that i cant control ,, we will get shopping done when its done ,, no point in making things awful by worrying ..enjoy the moment adn enjoy bein gwith family

  71. Angela Canto says:

    Buy a couple of extra gifts as a back up. Because should you get a gift from someone you didn’t expect to get one from – you have something for them.

  72. Cathy Canton says:

    Lists and do as much before hand as possible Give yourself a break and in a pinch JUST BUY IT. Be a super mom baker cook etc another day

  73. It’s OK to say “NO” sometimes. Focus on your immediate family.

  74. Jennifer Barata Allen says:

    If a little stressed out, indulge with your Christmas baking :)

  75. My holiday tip is to marry someone who’ll do all the holiday cooking! :)

  76. Wine!

  77. relax and enjoy yourself

  78. Maegan Morin says:

    Get as much sleep as you possibly can

  79. Nena Sinclair says:

    Things are so hectic during the holidays, I always make sure I take at least a little time each day for myself to help ease the stress.

  80. ellen chevarie says:

    i start early and take long hot baths.good for sleeping good

  81. Christina Ferguson says:

    A bottle of white wine chilling always. Greatest stress reliever for me…especially when you take a glass of it to your bubble bath. :)

  82. Don’t worry about the little things.

  83. Set a budget and only use cash and coupons.You won’t end up with a ridiculous credit card bill in January,and hug your family :)

  84. Make sure you get enough sleep! I know there’s so much to do come the holidays, but i feel that getting a decent amount of sleep each night helps you be a lot more productive for those waking hours. It also helps with stress and ensures you’ll have the energy for all those holiday activities. don’t want anyone falling asleep at the diner table!

  85. Always have ice. You never know what you’ll need them for: drinks, ice packs etc.

  86. my survival tip is to relax – take a cup of Hot Chocolate and sit in the living room in the dark
    with the Christmas tree plugged in, recline and relax before the hectic day begins

  87. Delegate! Get help and don’t be afraid to ask when you need some!

  88. schedule extra time for everything

  89. I don’t stress over the holidays. I make lists and stick to them.

  90. Get lots of sleep

  91. Drink lots of water; keep hydrated. Its surprising how quickly one gets de-hydrated during the holiday season, especially with parties (where you often drink everything, but water), shopping, stress, the winter evironmental conditions, the hussle and bustle… That is my number one survival tip!

  92. Karin Dollery says:

    I like to prepare as much ahead of time as I possibly can, then Im not chained to the kitchen :)

  93. keep lots of craft supplies on hand to keep my 3 kids busy :)

  94. Ask for help and delegate jobs to family and friends!!!

  95. alicia haftner says:

    egg nog and rum is my holiday survival tip 😀

  96. Make lots of lists. Do the baking early and freeze it

  97. Rhonda W G. says:

    On-line shopping has been life changing for me!!! It’s made shopping fun for me again. I don’t feel well often and so this allows me my independance when I’m not up to going out! I highly recommend…Parcels come right to my door…Love it!

  98. Alison Braidwood says:

    I make extra bars and holiday cookies to keep in the freezer for emergency last minute gifts.

  99. Liveyourlife101 says:

    Shop online, so much cheaper than buying them in stores.

  100. Host a potluck, that way not one family is totally out of pocket! :)

  101. Planning & be flexible.

  102. Just relax, remember you’re your own worst critic! If you don’t have time to do something just forget about it! And smile at people! Anytime you see peoplein the stores in December they look miserable, rushed or angry….Happy Holidays indeed…

  103. Don’t forget to take the time to do a major cleaning of your house. That way you’re well prepared and not rushing around when unexpected company stops by.

  104. My survival tip is to not stress out and eat chocolate.

  105. Melissa Avey says:

    Stay organized!

  106. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I always try to be relaxed and enjoy the fun by preparing as much in advance as I can.

  107. Make sure there are a lot of things set out to keep the kids busy – puzzles, toys, movies, etc…

  108. sandra mitchell says:

    prepare in advance

  109. Karla Sceviour says:

    plan ahead,,have all your baking and some meals frozen,,less streesful!

  110. Dont over do it and RELAX!

  111. put a cd on while preparing dinner

  112. Wine. Serious.

  113. We always have an extra gift on hand, usually food item, so it is good for us if not used.

  114. Florence C says:

    Always have lots of food and drink on hand.

  115. Fanterra Fisher says:

    Plan ahead, be ready and make sure you have all your ingredients and presents ahead.

  116. Holiday survival tip number one for me is “don’t sweat the small stuff”, there is always bigger things to worry about.

  117. Geraldine D. says:

    Make lists for everything and check them twice.

  118. Make it simple

  119. Elaine Jasvins says:

    I take time every day to put my feet up.

  120. my survival of christmas? hmmm i need to tell myself ok the mess will be cleaned up after everyone leaves, and i the quiet moments will be ahead. but i love having them all over. merry christmas to everyone

  121. I get all my shopping done before December 1st as I find stores stressful during xmas shopping season. I also just keep it simple which helps

  122. I try to make as much food ahead of time as I can to spend more time with my guests.

  123. sarah j jackson says:

    be prepared ! do not procrastinate

  124. diane king says:

    love to win this

  125. get it done ahead of time

  126. Always pack extra of everything you need. My daughter is 6 months old and I don’t know how many times Ive used more of something than I anticipated.

  127. Tacey Atkinson says:

    a quick tip I have is to take spring water and a wedge of lemon and pour it into a spritz bottle. As you lose you zest for the day, just spray a little on your face, it will instantly make you feel better

  128. Don’t forget your lip chap!

  129. Megan McGran says:

    Make a list and follow it :)

  130. gail mackinnon says:

    to be well prepared and try to stay as organized as possible and believe me that is hard when u have a house full of people for xmas

  131. My holiday survival tip is to make lists. That way I can plan each day.

  132. My holiday tip is to always have lipgloss in your purse or pocket…you never know when company will show up over the holidays and may need to add a little sparkle to your strut!!! lol. Happy holidays everyone!!! I hope everyone is enjoying magic of the season!!! :)

  133. Chelsea Martin says:

    I try to make sure I have everything I need before hand, also couponing made this christmas possible

  134. holly deevy says:

    amazing! i love P&g!!

  135. Angela Friesen says:

    I always prepare my turkey dinner the night before we eat then all I have to do is stuff the turkey and wait :)

  136. What a great kit

  137. Jessi McKay says:

    My holiday Survival Kit includes two packets of hot chocolate, 4 candles, a refilable lighter, lighter fluid, cookies, can goods, propane stove and propane. And most of all my family. I wouldn’t change it for the world. If I have no gifts to give it wouldn’t matter. My family is the most important thing to have for my christmas!!

  138. Drink lots of water. Forget the word “perfection”.

  139. Brandy Hill says:

    I have so many lists I have to make 1 big one just to survive!!

  140. Get enough rest so that you are not crabby lol.

  141. relax and enjoy it .. rather than stress and worry.. a family is a present that lasts forever..

  142. i drop my daughter at her grandmas for a couple days during christmas so i dont go to crazy

  143. Thank you for the Canadian contest with P&G

  144. debbie ennis says:

    TO have plenty of AVIL, prepare the day before then you can enjoy your company.MERRY CHRISTMAS

  145. Eva phillip says:

    Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway..we could has use the items here…I am with many here..try not to stress to much about Christmas…in line ups in nice to your cashier it’s not their fault the lines are to long…be nice t your spouse about what to give to relatives, it should be the thought that counts…stay sane and safe on the roads, there awful for everyone, and so what if your a few minutes late better to get there Alive then to kill yourself or other at Christmas time..just be patient…remember what the season is really about..thanks again merry shrug as to you and your family.

  146. I shop throughout the year so that there isnt any last minute shopping!

  147. Kelly Bouma says:

    Always take time for myself, sometimes with a glass of wine

  148. Leslie Luu says:

    exercise! it keeps the stress levels down

  149. Jenna Sturrock says:

    Always keep extra snacks on hand like nuts, baking in the freezer, etc just in case u have friends stop over unannounced and little gifts on hand are always good too, like wine ore little gift sets. Just in case people bring gifts you always have one to give in return

  150. Thank you

  151. I try to get everything ready for Christmas Breakfast the day before so it is easy peasy during the rush on Christmas morning!

  152. Silvana Cox says:

    I do what I can and don’t stress about doing everything. I made the decision several Christmas’ ago and it does work. Like if I don’t have time to bake I welcome someone’s baking or buy at the bakery. No biggie

  153. Holiday survival tip: a glass of wine!
    Merry Christmas!

  154. lists reminding me what to do when :)

  155. Michelle Chow says:

    One of my holiday survival tips is to remember to take a deep breath and remind myself this to will pass. In other words, when I am feeling overwhelmed, etc. I say to myself that it will only be another _ days or hours, etc. until it is over for another year.

  156. Keep it simple – the kids enjoy it more that way anyway.

  157. marisha tysick says:

    It is hard around Christmas with all the hustle and bustle going on, just make sure you get some rest! At least 7-8 hours a night to help you keep up with everything that you will be doing; it can be demanding! To make it easier to clean around the house for upcoming parties and visits, the best time to do it is when your children (if any) are away from the home or in bed! This way you can get things done quickly and still have time to realax!

  158. Jacquie Hess says:

    Staying home!

  159. Jo Ann Moffatt says:

    Every holiday we seem to run out of ice. Therefore, my holiday tip for those of us who do not have ice makers on our fridges, is to make plenty of ice perhaps even weeks in advance. With our frigid temperatures there is no need to store the ice in the freezer – just keep it outside! I put my ice in large zip-loc bags.

  160. Take some time for yourself to re-charge your batteries.

  161. Jennifer L. says:

    I try to make sure I get daily exercise. Even a twenty minute walk helps me feel sane again.

  162. Just don’t stress!

  163. Lisa Smith says:

    Stick with what you know, don’t try a new recipe for a big dinner

  164. start early!!!! for anything being prepared in advance takes the chaos and stress out of any occansion

  165. I don’t wait till the last minute. I do as much beforehand as I can. This includes shopping and wrapping presents and food prep for the holiday meal.

  166. Maria Jose Pica says:

    My Tip is Think Smart… Don’t drink and Drive.

  167. Patience !

  168. I always take a few mins for myself whether it be reading or a hot bath.

  169. Carole Dube says:

    My holidays survival tip is to have a couple glass of wine while cooking your Christmas dinner. That will help you relax.

  170. shop early and use a list so you don’t forget anything

  171. Is to make sure that I get enough rest. That way I can keep up with all the required activities.

  172. My survival tip is stay organized with a checklist but make sure you have fun with it!

  173. Christine O'Connor says:

    Clean, as soon as something gets put where it shouldn’t. I’m much calmer if my kitchen stays tidy.

  174. Christina Webber says:

    My Holiday survival tip, is have a budget and stick to it. I personally pay cash for all my gifts. It’s so much easier knowing that if I don’t have cash for it than I can not afford it. This keeps me honest to myself and prevents me from over spending.

  175. Nicole Wallace says:


  176. Always have more food. Just in case i have more guess. If not i use it for my lunch.

  177. Kierra McCaffrey says:

    Keep list so you stay organised!

  178. Always having hand cream so my hands don’t dry out and crack

  179. Be prepared

  180. My survival tip is to not plan too much! Take it easy – you can always do things with people in the new year!

  181. Do things as early as possible, I was Christmas shopping in August!

  182. My holiday survival tip is to keep candles and your liquor cabinet full in case of snow storm.

  183. Do as much prep beforehand as possible!

  184. This would be great v more now than ever because we have had lot’s of snow since last

  185. michelle r says:

    My tip is to be organized make lists and dont stress the small stuff

  186. Carolyn Flanagan says:

    can i say alcohol… haha seriously I just start shopping early and avoid shopping on weekends.

  187. Shop online to avoid malls!

  188. make lists…its the only way to keep control

  189. Haylie Langwald says:

    My survival tip is don’t invite people over that you don’t want in your house.

  190. Warm apple cider can calm the most stressed shopper.

  191. Victoria Ess says:

    Ask for help!

  192. Elva Roberts says:

    December 29–As much as possible, I do my baking and freeze it before the last week before Christmas. I also do my shopping all year around to get bargains and to wrap early. Being organized is key. Relax and enjoy the Holy Season.

  193. take time for a good breakfast every day

  194. wine!

  195. Plenty of things in the freezer!

  196. Mike Gismondi says:

    my tip is to do your shopping early!

  197. Brenda Penton says:

    My holiday survival tip is to ask for help when you need it

  198. Chris MacDonald says:

    My holiday survival tip is to bake all of your holiday desserts (squares, cookies etc.) in early December and freeze them. This will ensure you have all of your desserts made and can focus on your main dishes

  199. Tammy Dalley says:

    Start shopping early in the year!!!

  200. Ask for help and don’t try to do everything yourself

  201. Huguette English says:

    Plan ahead of time and write yourself a list.

  202. cheryl sharpe says:

    listen to good advice, keep a open mind

  203. Trisha Monahan says:

    My holiday survival tip would be to go visit someone eles.

  204. Bailey Dexter says:

    I just (go with it)! it all happen for a reason lol

  205. Not waiting to the last minute..

  206. I try to takle time for myself even if it’s just a hot bath in the middle or end of the day.

  207. Cindy Nickerson says:

    batteries.. can never have to many batteries for Christmas

  208. grandparents come for a visit and give my husband and i a date night out to relax and enjoy ourselves. also start shopping early to get everything on your list and not waiting till the last minute.

  209. Try to relax and have extra food in the freezer for unexpected company.

  210. Dayna Wilson says:

    My tip? Try to relax and enjoy every moment… take a breath and play with your kid(s) for a while and recognize that years down the road you won’t remember whether your kitchen was sparkling, but you’ll remember those special moments with your little ones.

  211. Keep hostess gifts on hand for last minute “oops I need a present” moments. My fav gifts are festive napkins and candles wrapped with a bow, or lovely hand soap and lotion combos.

  212. always have extra food and drinks and make sure you have survival box in case of bites burns etc

  213. Always get your baking done at least a day before having guests over. So much less stressful!

  214. shaving with venus lasts for weeks instead of days!

  215. Start early!

  216. Michelle B says:

    Keep calm and ask for help.

  217. Holiday Survival tip is start thinking about Christmas the day after Halloween…even though I don’t really like to see the stores decorate that early…believe me! The key is to get organized ASAP and do things in advance the best you can.

  218. cathy henatyszen says:

    does hide under the covers count?

    Keep stocked up on everything… and finish all the shopping b4 the big rush

  219. Remember the True Meaning of Christmas,,and have Family 1st on mind,,its about being together and not just gifts,,so just make sure you have food and family first

  220. Take try to cram too much in, take it easy and enjoy.

  221. I Made what I can in advance and I ask help for the rest

  222. don’t sweat the small stuff!! have as much done in advance as possible

  223. I get ready for the holidays all year. I like to have all my gifts by September and I start baking the last week of November. This way I have December free to help my children if they need it and otherwise I can just relax and not feel stressed.

  224. Alcohol….lots of it! (KIDDING!)

    Seriously, doing as much prep work as you can beforehand so you aren’t stressing and can just enjoy the holidays!

  225. nikki robak says:

    I prepare as much food ahead as I can

  226. Unita Esau says:

    I live in a remote area, and rather than take trips to the city, I shop online. I can’t believe how convenient it is, leaving me more time to do all the other things that need doing.

  227. make lists, have lots of snacks on hand for unexpected guests, and take some time in the day for yourself to relax and keep your head clear, and do all shopping at odd times when the line-ups and crowds are at a minimum.

  228. ask for help when you need it

  229. Try not to over book get to-gethers. Make sure you have some downtime to recharge.

  230. Ashley Jordan says:

    Yes! Coupons, freebies, and contest wins have really helped me out this Christmas. :)

  231. Remember at the end of the day it’s about spending quality time with loved ones!

  232. Bake extra goodies ahead of time to have in the freezer for unexpected company!

  233. I always make lists, have extra gifts onhand and extra food in the pantry.

  234. lorrie murray says:

    My survival tip is to walk when stressed…totally clears my mind

  235. Carey Hurst says:

    Keep positive and go through each event as though it has allready happened and was amazing and be thankful that everything went ok even before the event began.. Seems to have a great effect .

  236. Crystal Alves says:

    I have a mini surival kit in my purse – pills, dental floss, breath mints, feminie products, eye drops, etc. It helps me with my every day surivial — I have also gotten a few of my friends, to get one together…..

  237. Jen Gibbons says:

    This is an awesome giveaway

  238. Jen Gibbons says:

    a holiday survival tip. Make a list of people to buy for, and food to buy & stick to the list. It will help you stay within budget to if you set a dollar value you want to spend… and just incase you did forget someone keep a generic gift on hand.

  239. Cheryl Ward says:

    Never leave your Christmas shopping till the last minute. I did and it was like a zoo at the mall.

  240. my holiday advice is to always have an extra gift or two on hand…maybe a nice candle or jewelery…something neutral. this will come in handy if someone stops by unexpectedly and presents you with a gift.
    :) hope my tip helps!! :)
    anne l

  241. When i find little items through out the year such as stocking stuffers/hostess gifts ect..i put them in a special tote. buying through the year helps the budget! i also buy craft items to put away!

  242. Megan Cromes says:

    my advice:have fun!

  243. would be very nice to win

  244. so cool

  245. holly messana says:

    i keep ontop of things all day long and wine for sure makes things fun while doing it. :)

  246. Take time for yourself!

  247. My holiday survival tip is try not to sweat the small stuff, take deep breaths, and have a glass of wine lol

  248. Do as much food prep as you can in advance

  249. MDKennedy says:

    Make a cup of green tea, go into the bathroom, lock the door and sit in peace for 15 minutes!

  250. Andrew B. says:

    Be like santa and make a list, organization is key!

  251. Harvinderks says:

    My survival tip is to be prepared ahead of time. I clean, bake and organize well before. I make to do lists for myself and my family.

  252. Make lists and do as much prep as you can before the day has arrived

  253. I made it through the holiday season with my trusty WINE! lol

  254. i keep a healthy supply of earpulgs.

  255. Next year I may book a vacation over the holidays

  256. always have some frozen goodies ready to pop out at a moment’s notice!

  257. I buy great deal small hostess type gifts, toys, electronic gifts all year so I am ready with presents ahead of time.

  258. Cathy Canton says:

    I stock up on essentials batteries beverages food and snacks and buy a few extra gifts just in case such as Tim Hortons GC nice tea towels, books and choclates You never know when you will need them and I can use them if I don’t give them away

  259. nikki krutz says:

    my tip would be get all the shopping and wrapping done BEFORE christmas eve so that you can enjoy your family more!

  260. Marissa M says:

    Just relaxing!

  261. I always keep some frozen appetizers handy just in case.

  262. Relax and Enjoy by prepping ahead of time!

  263. Judy Hunting says:

    My holiday survival tip is shop throughout the year, that way you are not overwhelmed and super broke at the end of the year!

  264. Keeping a list for everythng

  265. Wanda Jean says:

    get plenty of sleep, holidays can be stressful for some

  266. Caroline M says:

    I get things done early.

  267. Katherine Williams says:

    I always make lists AND FOLLOW THEM! Thanks for such a great giveaway! :)

  268. Relax. If you”re relaxed everything will be fine.

  269. Make some time for yourself every day – even if its only 5 mins

  270. my tip take a deep breath and breath it will be over soon

  271. Judy Williams says:

    My survival tip consists of two words – Pot Luck!!

  272. Wayne Lecoy says:

    Please Enter Me In Your P&G Holiday Survival Kit Giveaway.
    In Response To Your Requirement To
    Leave a blog post comment telling you one of my holiday survival tips.
    My Holiday Survival Tip Is Don’t Be Afraid To Ask For Help
    And Don’t Try To Do Everything In One Day.
    Thank You For Having This Giveaway!!!!!!!

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