It’s time!! February will be the 3rd annual Blogger’s Healthy Heart Weekend! Yay! I have fun doing this every year.
On this weekend, do some kind of activity on 1 of the 3 days of Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. You don’t have to have a blog in order to join, either.
This weekend is all just about getting moving. If you want to walk, that’s fine. Elliptical bunny? Knock yourself out! Take a long bike ride? Go for it! Play date with the family? Have a blast! Slinging the barbell around counts, too :D The only stipulation is that you need to take a picture of yourself before, during, or after your event and send it to me. I will post the pictures in a wrap up post. Get creative, too! You don’t have to have your face in the photo if you don’t want to, so have fun with it!
Date: Just after Valentine’s Day, of course! February 15th, 16th, and 17th! Feel free to chose Friday, Saturday, or Sunday to complete your event.
Activity: Your choice!
Distance: Your choice. I know many of you are training for an event, so you can use whatever distance fits in with your training plan. It’s all about a healthy heart, not a specific distance or time.
After you complete your event, please email me the photo and what you did at javaqueen01 (at) yahoo.com .
Please post below if you would like to participate and what you plan to do! Feel free to post about it on your blog if you have one and see how many people we can get to participate! You may grab the logo above and link as well. Last year we had 50 sign ups, but only 36 actually did it. Let’s get at least that many this year!
I will be giving away some prizes, too. One prize will be some coffee roasted by yours truly. Or some local tea if the person selected doesn’t drink coffee (GASP!!). I will update this post as we go along with the other prizes. I got a bit distracted this week with my bathroom demo. And since I am hosting – anyone in the world is eligible for the prize drawings!
It’s actually really fun doing a virtual event. I loved getting in the emails all weekend with photos and what people did. Let’s get a lot of people involved this year!