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Runnerd Photo-A-Day Challenge: Holiday Edition

Runnerd Photo-A-Day Challenge
Holiday Edition
Dec. 1 – Red            
Dec. 2 – Bells       
Dec. 3 – Holly           
Dec. 4 – Peace        
Dec. 5 – Santa        
Dec. 6 – Elf            
Dec. 7 – Snow          
Dec. 8 – Magic         
Dec. 9 – Merry          
Dec. 10 – Believe         
Dec. 11 – Tradition        
Dec. 12 – Ribbon           
Dec. 13 – Green           
Dec. 14 – Lights
Dec. 15 – List 
Dec. 16 – Favorite
Dec. 17 – Jolly
Dec. 18 – Tinsel
Dec. 19 – Joy
Dec. 20 – Stocking
Dec. 21 – Meaning
Dec. 22 – Winter Wonderland
Dec. 23 – Toy
Dec. 24 – Star
Dec. 25 – Miracle
Dec. 26 –Gift  
Dec. 27 – Vacation
Dec. 28 – Family
Dec. 29 –Smile
Dec. 30 –Treat 
Dec. 31 –New

Please leave a comment letting me know you are participating. Include your Instagram, Twitter and/or Facebook name in the comment so I can follow you.

Photos can be posted on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. On Instagram and Twitter, please include #runnerdphotoaday and/or @ihaverun in your post. On Facebook, please like the I Have Run page and tag or link your photo to the page.
Each photo you post will be one entry into the prize giveaway. Photos should be a combination of runnerdness and holiday awesomeness that reflect the word of the day. You can earn up to four extra entries for sharing the challenge on your blog, Instagram, Facebook and/or Twitter. I will also be awarding extra entries for photos that are the perfect runnerd/holiday mix.

I’m still working on gathering the prizes, so I will post them as soon as I have them all.


  1. Gonna try my hardest to do every day! Instagram @redheadrunning :)

  2. I'm in.
    Facebook is Betsy Ashton Lutz.
    Instagram is brynracer.
    Blog is

  3. instagram: amarevirum

  4. Yea! I'm in!



  5. I will use FB. There as myself. Johann du Plessis. I do have a problem with the Winter Wonderland as I will be in the middle of summer :)

  6. Fun I'm totally jumping in on this. I do not know anything about technology but will try to figure out how to tag you errr something on instagram.

  7. Yay! I'm excited! And you already follow me on Instagram, so that makes it even better. :)

  8. marnonicknamelo on Instagram :)

  9. Sounds like fun
    Instagram and twitter @hokiebird90

  10. I'm in I'm in!!! Sitting here trying to think up my red photo now:) @julz9917

  11. I'm going to try to keep up every day! :) @buildthemachine

  12. You know I'm totally in! Love your challenges. :-)

  13. i'm in, & getting caught up from yesterday! hope to keep this streak going! love the holidays!

  14. If you didn't already know, I'm in!

  15. I'm in...hope I see Santa on my run tomorrow! :)


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