A Holiday Survival Kit for Mom from @PGInsider {G!VEAWAY} #PGMom

The holidays are definitely a special time for us all, but they can also be rather hectic and busy too. Multi-Testing Mommy would like to suggest that all you Moms out there take a bit of time for yourselves so that you can be the best Moms you can be! You have to take care of #1 in order to take care of the rest of the family, right?

P&G Can Help You Feel Beautiful

Playing hostess is always a bit demanding, especially during the holidays. Between planning a festive feast and decking your halls, remember to take some time to pamper yourself. Try taking a few minutes the night before your big event to decompress in the tub while hydrating your dry winter locks with something quick and easy, such as Pantene Moisture Mask. While your treatment sits you can use your Venus & Olay razor and Satin Care with a Touch of Olay Shave Gel to get touchable and smooth legs. Be sure to protect your luscious locks from simple blow drying to holiday styling with a quick mist of shine, such as Herbal Essences Set Me Up Heat Protection Spray. Try picking out your outfit the night before. The less you have to think about, the better. For the day of the celebration, keep your makeup easy, breezy and beautiful. Mascara alone can really bring your look from average to amazing. For a long-lasting impact to last from morning to night, try CoverGirl LashBlast 24 Hour Mascara. Finish off your look with your favourite shade of CoverGirl Blast Flipstick, ready to pucker up under the mistletoe.

P&G Can Help You Be Fresh and Tide-y

Keep your cool during the holidays and avoid embarrassing moments by being prepared with Secret Outlast deodorant, which gives you 48 hours of odour protection to outlast your day.

Slips and spills are inevitable, especially with holiday dinners, baking and parties, but you can be prepared. Keep Tide to Go in your purse to clean up a stain on your new blouse without starting a load –your guests will never be the wiser.

P&G Can Help You to Be Prepared

With all of the toys under the tree, many electronic, batteries are often an afterthought. By stocking up on long lasting batteries, like Duracell, you can avoid tears of frustration and keep the kids playing with their new toys for hours, while the adults get some much-needed grown-up time.

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48 Responses to A Holiday Survival Kit for Mom from @PGInsider {G!VEAWAY} #PGMom

  1. Annie1 says:

    Remember to breathe and try not to panic! lol I’m already anxious about making dinner!

    Try to relax and have a great time and your family/guests will too!

    I like to make a punch so people can serve themselves; it makes it very simple.

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    is
    Anne Taylor

  2. Glogirl says:

    My tip is to prioritize and make lists. I find that a list will keep me organized and on top of what needs to be done.

  3. 2012july says:

    Do what you can and don’t feel bad if things aren’t as perfect as you would like.

  4. Erika E says:

    Don’t get stressed over the little things. And don’t hesitate to ask for help with tasks.

  5. Have a special area or room for the kids and stock it with holiday movies, board games, etc.. to keep them busy and not bored.

  6. fesspoire says:

    I say leave the holiday hoopla behind and head to a tropical destination. 🙂

  7. Bernice06 says:

    always be ready for an unexpected guest and try and relax and enjoy yourself

  8. I learned to not overbook myself and to know when to say no. With 3 kids in school it got nuts with bake sales and concerts and craft fairs, So I pick a few and try not to feel guilty about the ones I cant do

  9. NenaS says:

    Have activities and crafts organized for when your kids are off of school.

  10. Shari G says:

    My survival tip is to prep early, and do a little each day starting in November. You will be ready early and can take your time. I usually leave the last week for just scrubbing the house from top to bottom. It feels great to have such a nice clean house, and be able to put all our new things somewhere b/c we cleaned out spots to make room for them.

  11. Ask for help from family and friends when you need it or offer help if is offered. Don’t try to take on everything yourself.

  12. Soozle says:

    Plan, plan, plan! Use a calender to ensure you are not overbooking yourself or forgetting events

  13. Be sure to take some time for yourself to relax.

  14. gibberish says:

    I’m a list maker. I check things off as I complete them & it is a visual aid to let me know I’m making progress.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

  15. flowerchild says:

    My tip is start early and make a list
    thanks

  16. josiefiorda says:

    start early, make lots of lists and do a bake exchange….saves lots of time

  17. Kim Bartlett says:

    Start early and organize. Nothing makes the holiday more fun than being prepared and organized. Make lists for everything, plan everything and then stick to the plan you will be happy you did.

  18. Victoria S says:

    Get family members involved!

  19. Karin says:

    My tip is to just take it easy….I always want everything perfect and never have a moments rest and then I regret not having spent the time I wanted too with everyone. So lets jsut take it easy everything will be fine 🙂

  20. spike says:

    I like to set my table as far in advance as I can – 1 less thing to worry about.

  21. Keep things simple and get everybody to help

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  22. Reg and Faa says:

    I get some instant meal to help me with everything I have to do.

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  23. Belinda M says:

    Ask for help whenever you need it. No one can do it all on their own

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    belinda mcnabb

  24. SG says:

    Start getting things done early!

  25. Do all your big cleaning jobs at the beginning of December. That way you aren’t stressing at the last minute!

  26. Rebby says:

    I’m not going to lie…stock up on wine, you’ll need it, especially if the inlaws are coming!

  27. Anu Chopra says:

    Prepare as much in advance as possible and you will be fine!

  28. Anu Chopra says:

    Don’t procrastinate and get as much done as possible before the “big” day! Then you will be more relaxed and able to enjoy the time with family and friends.

  29. torlonias says:

    Go the potluck route so you’re not overwhelmed with cooking.

  30. Piggy Wan says:

    buy presents for next years during boxing day!
    rafflecopter – Yan Deng

  31. Unknown says:

    Christmas can bring out the best and sometimes the worst in people. A time of joy but also a time of stress. Holiday survival tip – SLOW DOWN. Take the time to sit and rest one’s mind and spirit. Close your eyes, breathe slow and celebrate being alive !

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  32. Tina L. says:

    Make a list so that you’re not forgetting anything.

  33. For 1 week I don’t let a mess or tons of company and kids bother me. Just have fun and let it slide!

  34. Jennifer says:

    get lots of sleep if you can

  35. 409cope says:

    I make as much food ahead of time as I can so that I can spend more time with guests.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  36. Lori Bazan says:

    Pay Attention to Food Portions and Physical Activity so that you don’t end up feeling sluggish!

  37. Amy C says:

    Don’t worry about the little things, everything will work out.

  38. Flo says:

    Start and prepare early. I wrap gifts as i buy them after learning how time consuming this can be at the last minute

    fossie@hotmail.com

  39. ksceviour says:

    Dont stress,ask for help if needed,,take your time!

    (Karla Sceviour on rafflecopter)

  40. lelalacc says:

    try to stay calm and keep reminding yourself that it’s not about giving the ‘perfect’ gifts, or wrapping them ‘perfectly’, or even making an amazing meal. it’s about having some down time to enjoy with friends and family – so relax and have a good time 🙂 – it’s the good things that you want to remember – not the stresses.

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  41. Amber says:

    Shop for gifts year round so that you don’t spend so much at one time come Christmas.

    Amber Y

  42. Sue2Sueper says:

    Don’t fill up your plate, take little, go back for more only if you still need to after a little break.

  43. Debbie S says:

    Baileys in my coffee

  44. Jennifer L. says:

    I get everyone in the family involved by giving out small jobs.
    jentam777 at gmail dot com

  45. Jazzy6178 says:

    Make sure to have me time during the rush.

  46. Jonnie (JB) says:

    Do a little bit everyday so you don’t get overwhelmed

  47. Lisa Bolduc says:

    baked desserts ahead of time and freeze them, so all you have to do is take out and thaw

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