Dear Santa . . .

I’ve spent hours coming up with Gift Guides — lists of gift ideas for YOU based on things I have and enjoy. But when my husband asked me last weekend what I want for Christmas, I drew a blank.

After a few minutes of pondering, I said, “Running stuff!”

Really, there’s not much I need right now, but I do have an on-going list of running paraphenalia and activewear that I’d like to have — both for running as well as for the gym. I still go to TRX class once a week, and while no one really cares what I look like at the gym, it’s fun to have cute athletic wear. Plus, I often want to stop and run errands afterwards and I like to look somewhat put together.

While I have been slowly adding to my athletic wardrobe, there are always more things I need and want. I’ve got an ongoing wish list in my head, so when Finish Line reached out to me and asked me to check out their website and make a wish list, I was game.

I’ll admit, I’d never shopped at Finish Line before, but I’m thrilled to have discovered it. They carry a ton of the brands I love — namely Nike and Under Armour, and they have a nice selection for all members of the family. My son, who lives in athletic apparel, is definitely going to be getting some Christmas gifts from Finish Line this year!

Here’s my Christmast list. They are currently running a contest and giving away $300 every day to someone who tweets a Finish Line product link that is at the top of their wish list (make sure to include @finishline in your tweet along with hash tag #makinthelist.

Also, Finishline is running a contest among 7 bloggers who agreed to participate and share this promotion. If you’re feeling generous, you can vote for mine. The winning blogger will receive $300 to keep and another $300 to give away!

Let me know if you create one. I’d love to see it! You can leave a link in the comments. {Just call me nosy.}

The Finish Line

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