That’s What She Said Contest: Ever Had a Holiday Hook Up?

If you’ve ever had a holiday hook up, we want to here about it…

Whether it happened the night before Christmas (or New Years, or Thanksgiving) tell us why you were willing to make some lucky partner (and yourself) very merry.

Comment here, below, in 300 words or less, on your holiday, er, transgression.

All entries will be entered to win some very special SMW  Santa swag, including  a copy each of Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Finding Mr. Right. You’ll also win your choice of the following, from ShabbyApple.com:


Tuxedo III Dress

Tuxedo III Dress

Chocolaty frills bedeck the bodice of this new take on the tuxedo profile.  Tuxedo III is adorned with darling details, including ruffled front placate and high, ruffled collar.  Dress buttons up the front and hits just below the knee.  Dress is made from Linen with a touch of Rayon for stretch and less ironing. Belt NOT included.

OR:

Cactus Blossom Bracelet

Metal cuff with orange epoxy and enamel with acrylic stones inset.

Here are a few SMW articles that will get you into the holiday spirit…


Creating Teachable Moments During the Holidays
Every parent would like to raise a child who is charitable and generous of spirit. But are we raising a Mini Me Me Me Generation?
To help your children discover the joy of giving, psychologist Susan Bartell tells why charity begins with Mom.

Holiday Eating and Diet Cheating:
How to Make It Up to Yourself
The vast majority of dieters would agree that the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is the toughest time of the year to stay on a diet. If you count yourself among them, then these five waist-saving strategies are a must-read . . .

What’s on Your Resume–and Will it Raise Any Red Flags?
Most people look at their own experience and skills through a very narrow lens.Women especially tend to downplay their accomplishments and leave out experience they don’t consider legitimate.SMW’s Careers Channel editor, Paula Santonocito gives sound tips on what to include–or not–and why.