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Scott Common SenseSorry! This giveaway is now closed! We would like to congratulate Commenter #213 (Sharon) on winning this prize pack. Thanks so much for your entries and happy holidays!

I have had the great honor of writing for the Scott’s Common Sense Blog these past few months and it has been such a blast. The site is full of great information on how to save money, keep your house tidy, manage the everyday routines, and stay organized. Their missions align perfectly with our missions here at MomAdvice and that is why it has been such a natural fit for both of us. If you are interested in reading my special guest blog column, you can find my entries here! I am very proud to have worked for the company and am excited to offer a giveaway to our readers in conjunction with this partnership!

Scott Common Sense Community is an online destination where users can exchange tips and advice on life’s everyday challenges.  In the month of November, Scott Common Sense Community is all about Holiday Festivities with tips on getting organized for every occasion, decorating on a dime, and Thanksgiving dishes you can make ahead of time.

Share your best holiday entertaining tip in the comments section below and you’ll be entered to win a $100 Visa Gift Card to put towards your Thanksgiving dinner!  And don’t forget you can leave your tips at www.scottcsc.com too! Entries will be taken through Tuesday (11/24) at 8PM EST. Our winner will be drawn at random. Good luck, everyone!


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    We have created a displaced person’s Thanksgiving party with all our friends who have family too far away for a Thanksgiving visit. It’s nice to have a drama free holiday and everyone brings a dish to share.

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    Our church has two services on Christmas Eve, one at 7pm and one at 11pm. I love to host an open-house between the services. Because the 7pm service is held in a barn everyone is very chilly, so we have lots of hot(!) coffee and warm spiced cider and of course cookies.

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    My holiday tradition is spend the weekend before Thanksgiving cooking with the girls for Thanksgiving. We choose one item to make each year that freezes easy and can be served for dinner! This year was 600 pierogi’s!

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    Cook desserts and sides the night before or in your slow cooker. The more you prepare ahead of time, the easier it is to enjoy your company.

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    My tip is to do as much as you can the days before…set the table, get your dishes out, make whatever food that you can the night before, etc..

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    My holiday tip is simple – the less fuss and over spending – the more you will enjoy the holiday season. We try to put aside $$ the entire year to fund Xmas so the money “pinch” is not as acute. WE have 4 children and really enjoy playing xmas music on the Ipod while we decorate cookies, decorate the house, front yard and finally the Xmas tree.

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    When I make a turkey, I don’t stress. I just follow the directions right on the bag and add a stick of butter inside and another one rubbed all over the outside and between the skin and the meat. It comes out PERFECT! Focus on being thankful!

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