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Winners (you) and Losing (me)

This is a first for me...blogging on my iPad. So I'm sorry in advance for any mistakes. My girls are taking a bath, so I'm blogging while I supervise. Multitasking at its finest. Today was supposed to be the end of the Thrive Forward giveaway, but I decided to extend it another week. So spread the word. And join now! The more the merrier. And I could use use some support. Your support. The five pounds I wanted to lose turned into ten over the holidays. Thrive Forward is a great way to get me back on track and eating better! And don't forget you can win a box of yummy protein bars just for joining the FREE program.

Speaking of giveaways...

I FINALLY put together the list of Runnerd Photo-A-Day entries and let work it's magic.

The winners are:

Red ActiveBand: buildthemachine
Green ActiveBand: RedheadRunning
Silver ActiveBand: melanieamorim
Runnerd Sticker: frannyjo13
Runnerd Magnet: marnonicknamelo
Runnerd Ornament: KovasP

Please send your mailing address and your real name to so I can get you your goodies! I loved all the awesome runnerd/holiday photos. I miss seeing all your runnerdness. And I miss having a reason to post on Twitter and Instagram every day. I wish I could give everyone who participated something, but I haven't won the lottery or written a best seller yet. When I do, I'll have a
sticker, magnet, t-shirt, ornament or some other runnerd awesomeness with your name on it.


  1. Thanks for hosting! I had so much fun looking for ways to take pictures that connected running to your list!

  2. Woo hoo:) Thanks for hosting a fun event. Great way to connect with other runners.

  3. Cool !! Thanks for the heads up and hosting such an awesome instagram party !!


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