Helping Your Friends And Neighbors During The Holidays #NYTough #Friendsgiving #GIVEAWAY



In New York, every little thing you do can be a big challenge – especially during the hectic fall months. Holiday hijinks in the city affect us all, from taking the subway with 20 bags of seasonal groceries, to mingling the adult and kids’ table when hosting Friends giving in your studio apartment.

Over the past few weeks I have witnessed so many beautiful things that people do for each other. From Angels on Christmas trees where you shop or support a local family, donate goods to the food pantries, donate to the Red Cross Gift Drives, and more. It is truly inspiring. 

This morning Goddess attended a beautiful Christmas Party for the kids in our area. Volunteers create a wonderful party for them where they can shop for the family, wrap the presents, eat a pancake breakfast with Santa, play games, win prizes, have a photo taken with Santa and the greatest gift for some of our families get a gift card to a local supermarket for the holiday. 

 Though I can never monetarily help out, I donate a lot of the products I review over the year to local families to help them during the sometimes stressful holiday. Some families are barely making ends meet let alone through in a holiday.

Just like my town P&G presents #NYTough #Friendsgiving, spanning from Thanksgiving through the ensuing holidays; a celebration of friends and family for the entire winter season. #NYTough brands Bounty, Tide, Dawn, and Febreze provide New Yorkers with relief from moments of distress, both big and small, to make everyday life – and the holidays – better.

I am so excited to tell you about the #NYTough giveaway I am so honored to be part of. Brands you know and trust want to help you survive the holiday and the aftermath.



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A prize pack containing  Febreze, Dawn, Tide, and Bounty samples, plus a $25 AMEX gift card will be gifted to one of my readers. (photo coming)

Disclaimer: No monetary compensation was offered to host this giveaway. I will be receiving a complimentary package as mentioned above.

67 comments:

  1. We usually take them down the first week of January..or whenever we get around to it :)

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  2. We take them down the middle of January and I get so sad!

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  3. We usually take them down the week after Christmas.

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  4. I usually take down holiday decorations the weekend after Christmas.

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  5. I take down my Christmas Decorations on January 1st.

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  6. We usually take them down after New Year's.

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  7. usually mid January

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  8. We usually take down our Christmas decorations the weekend after Christmas.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  9. January 2 at my house..by that time I am done lol

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  10. We take them down the 2nd weekend of January. jj250@aol.com

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  11. We leave them up for a couple of weeks because we usually travel for Christmas and don't get to enjoy them.

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  12. we take them down right before or after New Years

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  13. The week after ew years..re earlieif he tree is drying out

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  14. We take down our Christmas decorations the second week in January

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  15. I usually take down our Christmas decorations after 3 Kings day. After January 6th.
    clary711@yahoo.com

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  16. I take them down right after the new year.

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  17. before the new year

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  18. I take them down before the new year's

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  19. Jessica To8:34 PM

    I always take my decorations and tree down the day after New Year's.

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  20. i leave mine stuff for a week or so

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  21. Anonymous2:11 PM

    I would say mid january.

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  22. The first week of January.

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  23. We take them down before New Year's.

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  24. I usually take them down in January.

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  25. I take them down after new year's day.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  26. I take them down before going back to school after the break.

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  27. We take them down by January 1st.

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  28. I usually get to mine by the first of the year

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  29. We start taking them down the end of the day on Christmas. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  30. After new year's.

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  31. I take them down about the beginning of February! :)

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  32. I usually taken them down the weekend after January 1.
    Thank you!

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  33. We generally take them down soon after the first of the year. We love the decorations but they tend to feel like clutter after the holidays so down they go!

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  34. I take them down the day after Christmas.

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  35. We usually wait until after the New Year...on the 1st or that weekend.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  36. I try to wait until New Years Day, but I usually start getting the itch right away after Christmas. So I'd say usually maybe two or three day after Christmas!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  37. I take them down the week after New Year's Day.

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  38. We usually do not put up decorations. Our kids are still young and we don;t want a dangerous situation.

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  39. We always wait till after the New Year!

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  40. Usually around new years weekend

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  41. A few days after Jan 1st

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  42. I take mine down right after the holidays

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  43. We have good intentions to take down Christmas decor January 2nd but it's usually a bit later than that.

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  44. Cassandra Huber6:37 AM

    The day after Christmas.

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  45. Kelly J7:40 AM

    After the holidays!

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  46. We usually take them down in January!

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  47. We usually take down our holiday decorations a few days after the New Year :)

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  48. I usually take them down a few days after the New Year.

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  49. We take them down on the 26th.

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  50. I took my office decorations down yesterday and will probably do my home decorations tomorrow or Saturday.

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  51. I typically put the Christmas decorations away on New Year's Day.

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  52. We take them down on the day after Christmas.

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  53. The day after Christmas

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  54. We usually take down decorations the weekend after new Years.

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  55. They are down by New Years.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  56. We usually take our decorations down a week after Christmas.
    thank you

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  57. Usually right around New Years.

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  58. I usually wait about two weeks before i take ours down-

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  59. I usually take everything down by the end of January but I have found Christmas decorations around the house the following Christmas when we were decorating again.

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  60. i do it the day after new years, im lazy, i wait as long as i can,lol.

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  61. i take them down the day after christmas

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  62. We usually take it down two or three days Christmas - shaunie

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  63. A few days after new years

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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  64. Usually on New Years Day. :)

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  65. We usually take them down around the first of the yr.

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  66. We usually take down our decorations the weekend after new years.

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  67. Anonymous10:27 PM

    I usually get most the holiday themed stuff put away after new years.

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