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September is Runnerd Month

I put together the list for the Runnerd Photo-A-Day contest/event/whatever you want to call it.

Here are the rules:
  • Leave a comment letting me know you are going to participate.
  • Post a photo that reflects the word of the day somehow. You can post on Instagram, Twitter and/or Facebook. Your images should be running or training or health/fitness related.
  • On Twitter, make sure you include the hashtag #runnerdphotoaday with each post.
  • On Facebook, be sure to follow the Runnerd page and include @runnerds in the comment for your picture.
  • On Instagram, become my friend (ihaverun) and include @ihaverun in your comment.
  • You will receive one entry for each picture you post (up to 30 entry possibilities). I can only count the entry if it is linked back to me somehow, otherwise I won't know about it.
  • I am ordering the Runnerd prizes this week. There will be at least five prize winners, selected by Random.org at the beginning of October. I will post the list of prizes once I know exactly what they are.
To receive extra entries, you can invite others to join the Runnerd Photo-A-Day fun before it begins on Saturday. You will receive one extra entry for each place you post (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and/or your blog). That's up to 4 extra entries total. Be sure to let me know you shared the Runnerd Photo-a-Day love so you get the extra entries!

Be creative. We don't want everyone doing the same thing with their pics. If I absolutely love your pic and post it on my blog during the month, you'll get an extra entry.

And don't worry if you miss a day or don't start on day one. I want this to be fun!

And now for the list:
 
September 1 - time
September 2 - sweat
September 3 - up
September 4 - inspire
September 5 - kitchen
September 6 - fun
September 7 - reflection
September 8 - show
September 9 - ready
September 10 - strong
September 11 - watch
September 12 - food
September 13 - logo
September 14 - looking down
September 15 - book
September 16 - friend
September 17 - run
September 18 - how you feel
September 19 - in
September 20 - technology
September 21 - circle
September 22 - first
September 23 - grow
September 24 - new
September 25 - word
September 26 - red
September 27 - favorite
September 28 - song
September 29 - personality
September 30 - runnerd

Comments

  1. oh my gosh this is one of the best and most creative challenges I have seen in awhile!! i am going to attempt to do it

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  2. Hey Candice! I want in! My name is Kiesha. You may know me better from Daily Mile. I'll repost this on FB right now. Fun!

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  3. What a fun project! I think I'll try to post mine to a Pinterest board.

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  4. Alright--I'll give this one a try. I'm not on Pinterest so I'll have to post some other way.

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  5. I saw Kiesha's post on Facebook, and I'm in!

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  6. I saw Kiesha's post on FB too and I am in, and I posted on my photog blog.

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  7. This sounds like a fun photo-a-day!! I'm in!

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  8. Present! (I'm in!)

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  9. I tweeted and posted on FB :) This is going to be fun!

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  10. I'm in! Looking forward to the next 30 days. :)

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  11. am i still allowed to participate!?! i want in!!

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  12. Hehehe... I'm totally in, but of course neglected to leave a comment!

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  13. Tweeted though! @melissyk
    https://twitter.com/melissyk/status/241736854930608128

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  14. Love this idea!! I'm going to attempt to do it when I can... probably not every day. Great challenge, thanks for hosting!!

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  15. Just starting today! This is a great idea to inspire and motivate me to get myself back in gear. I really enjoyed your use of creativity by bringing in popular social media outlets like twitter and instagram. I just purchased a Pedometer Online to track my progress. I am sure I will use my Pedometer for the technology post on Sept. 20th. I hope this idea gets mentioned in a running magazine. You deserve the credit!

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  16. I'm starting a bit late, but I am IN! I'll be posting on my blog and on facebook (I'll be sure to tag the Runnerd page in my photo posts on FB!) :)

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  17. I just realized I'm posting on Instagram, FB and Twitter everyday and haven't come back to let you know. Oops!

    Loving the challenge :)

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  18. Just found this post and would love to participate!

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  19. Realized I never left a comment that I was going to participate.

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