Cut and pasted from here (with my comments in italics…)
THE RULES OF JANATHON
Rules? We prefer to think of them as guidelines.
Juneathon is, after all, (to quote Highway Kind) an ‘annual festival of activity and excuses’, and we don’t expect any different behaviour for Janathon, so there aren’t really any rules as such, but we thought it would be nice to have some kind of guidelines.
So here they are:
Run or do some form of exercise every day.
Hoping to stick to my training plan for the marathon and add cycling (if I can remember how) and swimming with my new ears. For Juneathon, I do seem to remember that exercise became a very, very, all-embracing term.
Blog/tweet about it within 24 hours (please note if you’re only tweeting you won’t be eligible to win any prizes, if there are any).
Should be possible though content may be sacrificed for frequency, sorry.The prizes were very attractive for Juneathon 🙂
Join the Janathon group at the Running Free website and log your runs/exericse. This is optional, but it’s fun to see the miles build up for everyone.
This is the bit I am going to miss out, I have gone back to using Fetch as it has years of my logs on it already.
Visit other blogs and leave comments, giving your support. Turned out to be a good way to make nice new friends last time, so yes!
Link to the Janathon website and display the ‘Janathon Participant’ logo (which you can find here). Done.
And that’s about it really.
There is still time for you to sign up, though I see several familiar names on the list already.