4 December 2014

Sudocrem Super Goody Bag Giveaway

This Christmas, Sudocrem wants to share the festive cheer with a brand new Christmas Cracker Facebook game. Pull on the virtual cracker everyday and you could instantly win some of the best Christmas booty on the market.

This festive game is super simple to play and everyone who is a liker of the Sudocrem Facebook page can take part. Prizes range from Amazon Kindles, Steiff teddy bears, Go Ape Family passes and exclusive discount vouchers, perfect items for extra pressies under the tree this Christmas. 
To enter the competition, all you have to do is:

Pop over to the Sudocrem Facebook app to enter (making sure you're a liker of their page. If you don't win then don't worry as you can refer friends for extra goes, you can also follow Sudocrem via Twitter and Pinterest and send a tweet fr extra goes too. Not only that, but this is a daily game so pop back daily to enter. 

Sudocrem have also given me a fab new super goody bag to give away to one lucky reader of my blog. The Super Goody bag includes: 

  • 1 x Sudocrem Moisturising Mousse
  • 1 x Sudocrem Care & Protect
  • 2 x Sudocrem Skin Care Cream
  • 1 x 6-12 month Sudocrem Special T-Shirt - Brand new - with the slogan "Let the bum see the Sudocrem"
  • 1 x Sudocrem Bumper sticker - Brand new - with the slogan "Get off my BUMper!"
  • 1 x Sudocrem Pen
  • 1 x Sudocrem Ice Scraper
To be in with a chance to win this fab prize, just fill in the Rafflecopter form below. 

Please remember to check the T&C's at the bottom of the Rafflecopter application and our full terms here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After the one mandatory entry, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do. 

And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.

Ends midnight 28th December

179 comments:

  1. Probably to lose a bit of baby weight! x

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  2. Nope - many years ago I resolved never to make another New Year's Resolution, and I've stuck to it. :)

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  3. No I try not to make them because I always feel a failure when I can't do them

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    1. Not sure yet maybe loose a little weight

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  5. Yes, I do it every year, just one goal though x

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  6. Yes to lose some weight!

    AShleigh

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  7. Yep and it will be broken by the 3rd as usual!

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  8. Probably but I'm not sure yet :)

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  9. its always to diet but it never happens

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  10. No, if something needs doing, do it there and then

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  11. To start doing some exercise again and eat less chocolate

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  12. Pam Francis Gregory4 December 2014 at 21:21

    No because I always break them by the 2nd!!

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  13. im not good at keeping resolutions, I would like to have a good clear out and start searching for a new house

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  14. To get my little one eating fruit

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  15. to try to worry less (same as last years!)

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  16. Recovering from a year of illness so exercise and meditation are my resolutions, i'm not very good at either though lol

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  17. Like every year I say I will loose weight, but it never really works out, although I did give up smoking many years ago as a new years resolution.

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  18. I have got a few - it is nice to have a fresh start

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  19. To make the most of maternity leave & to plan my meals for the week.

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  20. to have a better year and to make my families year better to

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  21. No because I never keep them

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  22. no i never stick to them :(

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  23. mined is try to relax more and not get stressed so easily

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  24. No because I never stick to them lol

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  25. No just to work hard and stick to my four year plan at college/work to get a great job.

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  26. To try and save money (its the same resolution I have every year).

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  27. none, other than to exercise a bit more

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  28. To be fitter and weigh less. Oh and eat more home grown food.

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  29. Mine are always the same, worry less - I'm still working on it!

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  30. yes... to dye my hair a colour that is not brown!

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  31. Not ti make anymore New Years Resolution

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  32. Lose a little weight and eat a little less sugar

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  33. No I never make them. If you wanna do something, just do it at any time of the year.

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  34. to live life to the fullest after having a bad couple of years

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  35. Same every year - lose weight!

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  36. To raise enough funds for some new play equipment in our local park, thankfully theres a few of us sharing the same resolution as its going to be a hard slog!

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  37. To take each day as it comes.

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  38. To have earlier nights - Lewis James

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  39. None because I never stick to them

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  40. Yes, to lose some weight!

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  41. I'll review last year's, and see what needs another try. More exercise maybe.

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  42. Nope. Never seen the point.

    Ian Yates.

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  43. I am sticking to the usual, lose weight and get fit. really this year ill do it

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  44. No New Years resolutions as i never have stuck to them

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  45. To try and eat more fruit and drink more water

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  46. To Learn to drive

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  47. No new years resolution for me, usually try to give up smoking but cracked it in August this year :o)

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  48. Yes...to lose weight.

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  49. Because my husband died suddenly this year my resolution is to cherish those I love even more and make amazing memories with my family and friends

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  50. I could write a books worth of resolutions, if only I could stick to them! Mostly I'd like to start eating better and be more active.

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  51. Mine is to find a better paid job.

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  52. Never have - so no I won't be next year !!!

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  53. to set goals and achieve them!

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  54. No..never keep them so whats the point :)

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  55. exercise more is my main goal and to survive my daughter hitting "horrible two" without mental breakdown

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  56. To spend more time as a family
    from catriona nation

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  57. I want to lose a bit of weight for my sisters wedding

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  58. Nope. I never manage to keep them for more than a day or two so it's not worth me making a resolution

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  59. Mine is to lose weight and keep it off to try and help myself with my pain control for the arthritis in my foot. Do not want to be taking tablets every day.

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  60. No not this year, just going to enjoy my new baby in the new year and my big baby! Hehe

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  61. yes the usual lose weight loil and to be more organised

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  62. Probably to try & do more exercise.

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  64. My resolution is to get my bicycle fixed so that I can change gears once again! -

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  65. Yes, same old thing to lose weight!

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  66. No as I never seem to keep to them....ooops xx

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  67. yes--- to break all of them that I made in a weaker moment as soon as possible ----it saves all the suspense!!!

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  68. to save like mad and buy a house by the summer!

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  69. I've never yet stuck to one so I think I'll resolve not to have resolutions!

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  70. To spend more days out with my family

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  71. no i never keep them

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  72. Yep, to use my dining room more

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  73. Yes to be kinder in any way that I can...cliche I know, but I have never made New Year Resolutions before and I think this is a great one to start with :-) x

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  74. To catch up with friends and get out and about with the twins

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  75. Yes to tone up for my wedding in April

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  76. Not bothering as I never keep them

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  77. same as lasst year keeping fit

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  78. To say yes more and no more in appropriate circumstances

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  79. To lose the stone I have put on since being at home after an accident & to sit down more at mealtimes at the table as a family

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  80. Always end up breaking resolutions..I'mhopeless lol x

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  81. To treat my body right, get fit and get on with life

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  82. To eat healthy :)

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  83. none

    George Williamson

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  84. probably the same as every year, eat healthier, do more exercise, lose weight...........

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  85. lose weight, got a bad back but docs wont touch it until i get weight down,so this is a must xxx

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  86. Lose weight - but I say that every year!!!

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  87. To stop moaning, it won't last

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  88. to get back into crochet again and my crafting

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  89. I don't make resolutions, but I have to get fit again. Let things slide far too much

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  90. (Carroll Marsh) I Have quite a few new year Resolutions!! 1) Loose weight 2)Become Vegan 3) Try to walk more,even though I'm constantly in Pain!!!!,Stop Moaning about everything!!Count My Blessings,Give more money to different charities!!So Not Much Then!!!X

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  91. Not really!

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  92. I Read with great delight about the Kurio Tab,on one of your blogs!!I would love this for my Angels.it would stop em nicking mine!!!(Carroll Marsh)

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  93. I Love reading your blogs weekly and found the Visiting London blog interesting!!We need to take our angels there,but it would need a lot of Planning,a bit like an army manoeuvre me thinks!!They are always wanting to go to Hamleys!!We would never get them out,I'm Certain!!(carroll Marsh)

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  94. Yes to try and end up in better position at the end of the year than started the beginning of it

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  95. I will be trying hard to continue the changes I have made to diet and exercise in 2014 which has enabled me to lose some weight. Still too heavy but getting there and certainly a lot fitter than I was :)

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  96. My New Years resolution are just the normal ones - to get myself thinner and my bank account fatter - some hope :)

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  97. to be less stressed! and shout less :D

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  98. I'm having goals this year, fingers crossed it will work

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  99. SAve, save and save

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  100. I don't usually, but perhaps I will spend more time with my family.
    Victoria B

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  101. No, I'm just going to wing it this year!

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  102. I probably won't, January is hard enough to cope with without trying to create extra rules and restrictions

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  103. No, there is no point, I never keep them!

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  104. No. I don't want to make myself miserable

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  105. To keep to the gym :) Would love to be considered for my baby x Hope you had a great Christmas x

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  106. To stick to my past new year's resolutions!

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  107. Yes, I am going to try and spend more money "locally" in my own area with with small retailers. I am aiming for £5per week, but as I am on a tight budget this is going to be tough.

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  108. To be happy as this year been a tough one

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  109. Probably not because I can never keep to it.

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  110. Nope, I never stick to them anyway

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  111. TRY TO GET A NEW JOB

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  112. No. I've got some goals for next year but they're not really resolutions.

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  113. I really want one, that I can do everyday and look back on. But cant think of anything different fromt rh usally things people say they will do and don't

    @oneisjamie

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  114. Not a resolution as such but I am going to start the year with an empty jar and whenever anything good happens we can put in a little note, then at the end of the year (or if there is a negative time) we can read all the good things

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  115. the same as every year. Try and keep in touch with family more!

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  116. No - I think I made about 10 last year but have not achieved anything!

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  117. no resolution but i do want to loose some weight :)

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  118. Christopher Johnson28 December 2014 at 23:42

    Nope!

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  119. Be more organised with my house

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