Saturday, December 21, 2013

Yellow Pages @YP Prize Pack Giveaway ~ Enter to Win a USB Car Charger


Do you love the feeling of accomplishment that comes from knocking out your to-do list? You must be a Doer!
YP is the one site and one app for people who wear busy as a badge of honor. Within seconds you can find a hardware store, gardener, limousine service, dentist or bounce house for your child’s birthday party. Search 18 million business listings as fast as you can tap.
But the big question is… do you DO the holidays right? YP has created a fun quiz to help you find out, and learn some fun facts along the way!

Download the YPMobile app, take a look at the new YP.com site and share your thoughts on how it will help you get things DONE this holiday season!
• Ratings, reviews, photos and phone numbers (of course) to help you decide which businesses are right for you
• Thousands of local coupons, deals and discounts from businesses and services near you
• Create personalized collections of your favorite, go-to businesses using My Book
• Find the cheapest gas around with one click
• Search 350,000 menus to find the perfect meal
The Giveaway:  Thanks to Yellow Pages one lucky reader will receive a Yellow Pages prize pack that includes:
• Black Cinch Bag
• Flashlight
• Tape Measure
• Notepads
• Pencils
• USB Car Charger
• Gum

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure:  Confessions of a Frugal Mind did not receive any compensation for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment.  Each household is only eligible to win ONE YP prize pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

48 comments:

  1. I try to shop all year round, so that the holidays will not be as hectic. Also, if you can cook on the weekend and freeze ahead for those quick meals during the week or for unexpected guests.

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  2. I make a list of everything I have to do or get so I don't forget anything!

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  4. I used to try to do everything just the way I thought it should be and it would stress me out either because I didn't have enough time or financially. I found that Instead of baking tons of cookies I just make a few favorites. I don't add bows and things to the kids' packages because they just tear them open anyway and the kids don't care about bows and such. somethings just don't need to be done

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  5. The best tip i have is to just stay patient... Dont get all frusturated because it will not make things easier that's for sure.

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  6. My tip is to lower your expectations; your holiday spread doesn't have to look like a Pinterest page; family and fun are more important.

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  7. Relax and remember that the most important things are attitude, peacefulness and Christ.

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  8. I always plan ahead and shop during sales.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  9. I always watch the sales and price match

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  10. I'd wake up earlier than the others!

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  11. The best way to get things done during the holidays is to delegate! I never do it all, I get help. Family actually likes to help, even the small ones.
    asketcher2@hotmail.com

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  12. I always try to make a plan look for sales and schedule things out. It doesn't always work, but most of the time it does.

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  13. Make a list and get as much done ahead of time as possible.

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  14. I always make a list and start early! and sometimes when I am feeling crafty I start my christmas cards months and months ahead of time.

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  15. My advice is divide and conquer! Share the tasks.

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  16. Shop throughout the year and your work around the holidays will be so much easier!

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  17. My best tip for getting things done around the holidays is to not procrastinate and be a couch potato. Get up and moving!

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  18. I keep.informed online about special sales,buy,then on to peacefully enjoying holidays with family and friends.

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  19. I shop for Christmas gifts all year. This saves a lot of time in December, and it prevents such a big hit to my budget right before Christmas.
    bkittie at hotmail.com

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  20. My best tip for getting things done for the holidays is to make lists - what you need to buy, where you need to go, etc. If you can consolidate errands, it not only saves time but gas.

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  21. i do the most important first and then go from there

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  22. My tip is to start early.

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  23. set a budget, shop all year, and buy a calendar!

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  24. Music... music helps with everything.

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  25. I just take my time and stay calm and I don't panic!!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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  26. I start at the end of summer! I know that I cannot take the financial hit in December, so its better to start sooner rather than later!

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  27. My best tip is to start early and get ahead of everyone else. Avoid those crowds!

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  28. I make lists to make sure I don't forget anything.

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  29. Make lists and cross things off as I go.

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  30. I just make sure to do at least one of the needed things each day.

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  31. Prioritize and don't worry about the small stuff

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  32. Start early early early!! it makes things so much nicer and calmer and in my opinion cheaper for the holidays!

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  33. My best tip is to put alittle away each month. I start all over again in January. I also try to buy as I find things I like. It really makes the holidays more enjoyable.

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  34. I need to make a list. thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  35. Ha...let the grandparents keep the kids.

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  36. I make a To Do List and make attempts to get things done.
    Lorina Padgett Lb4padgettlp@hotmail.com

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  37. As Dory would say, "Just keep swimming."

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