The Holiday Self-Care Challenge Starts Tomorrow
By: Amy Maricle
The Holiday Self-Care Challenge starts tomorrow, Monday, December 1st.
Are you ready? I am! I can’t wait to see and hear about all the beautiful pictures you capture that speak to the spirit and beauty of the season.
Here’s Your Holiday Self-Care Challenge Checklist:
1. Follow me on Instagram @amymaricle
2. Share the Holiday Self-Care challenge poster on Instagram
3. Take a picture each day and share on Instagram with: #holidayselfcare
(Each week I will share some highlights from the pics that folks share on Instagram. Will I share yours?) 🙂
The holidays can sometimes be a really challenging time for people. So I am inviting you to take the bull by the horns and insert some creative self-care into each day this December.
Each day you share a photo is another chance to win.
Click here for more details, including getting on Instagram (if you aren’t already. You can also click on my Instagram feed on the right side bar. Right over there!
Honestly, Instagram is so much fun! I want to share a camera app with you too – VSCO cam. It’s free and helps me take some really artsy, fun shots. (I have no relationship with them. Just sharing something I love.)
Tell your friends so they can enter too.
Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Email – any of it!
Spread the word! #holidayselfcare
See below for official challenge rules.*
See you soon!
Official Holiday Self-Care Challenge Rules*:
You must be 14 or older to enter. You can live anywhere in the world, and be any shape, size, gender, color, religion, etc. The winner will be chosen at random from amongst all challenge entries. Each day you post a picture to Instagram during the month of December is a chance to win. This challenge is no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with, Instagram. Please only post child-friendly content and obtain permission when including images of people. Inappropriate images and content will not be considered for entry.
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