My Activity Tracking
Day 31 of My MarathonHere we are at Day 31 and the last day of My Marathon, woohoo!
Day 30 of My Marathon
Day 29 of My Marathon
28 of My Marathon
Day 27 of My Marathon
Day 26 of My MarathonA day late as I anticipated but you know what they say? Better late than never!
Day 25 of My MarathonOh dear me, late again two days in a row!
Day 24 of My MarathonOoops, I am a day late with my blog.
Day 23 of My MarathonWhat a funny day with wet and cold morning and then such a lovely sunny and warm afternoon! I guess we do live in Melbourne.
Day 22 of My Marathon
Day 21 of My MarathonA little milder weather today and perfect for a walk with Gerry and Allana who is here for the weekend!
Day 20 of my MarathonWell, I have finally reached my 84 km target, 11 days early, Woohoo!
Day 19 of My MarathonA beautiful, sunny, warm day here in Melbourne, it sure is lovely to have a bit of warmth in the sun. How long before we are complaining it is too hot? Hmmmm......
Day 18 of My Marathon
Day 17 off My Heart Marathon
Day 16 of My Marathon
Day 15 of My Marathon
Day 14 of My Marathon
Day 13 of My Marathon
Day 12 of My MarathonAnother wet and cold Melbourne day!
Day 11 of My MarathonI’m a day late.......
Day 10 of My MarathonDay 10 already, I’m not sure where the month has gone.
Day 9 of My MarathonA 4.2km walk today around Somerville, it was a bit fresh but at least it wasn’t raining. I’m not too far off my half way mark I think.
Day 8 of My Marathon
Day 7 of My MarathonA late walk after a busy day, thank goodness for daylight savings!
Day 6 of My Marathon
Day 5 of My MarathonI didn’t get around to posting yesterday, so a day late with this one.
Day 4 of My Marathon
Have you ever wondered why fundraising in MyMarathon is so important?
Thanks to the support of people like you, the Heart Foundation has contributed to lifesaving breakthroughs in research including:
- The invention of the pacemaker which sends electrical impulses to the heart to help it maintain a steady rhythm.
- Improved treatments for high blood pressure, heart failure, kidney damage and blood vessel disease to reduce and manage the risk of heart disease.
We’re also currently funding a research project that aims to develop the next generation of easily implanted, lightweight and durable pacemakers. You can learn more about this fascinating project here.
And in the last 60 years, advancements like these have helped reduce deaths from coronary heart disease by 82%.
But we still have work to do, because around 50 Australians lose their lives to coronary heart disease every single day. 💔
It's more important than ever that we continue our vital work.
Day 3 of My Marathon
Day 2 of My Marathon
Day 1 of My Marathon
Support my challenge for Australian hearts
This October, I’ll be doing my personal best to raise funds to support The Heart Foundation.
I’m going to conquer 84 km to raise funds for heart disease research that will help save lives.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Australia, and I want to do something to support the thousands of Aussies whose lives are impacted by this disease every single day.
Join me and help save Aussie hearts by making a donation to my page.
Together, we can win the race against heart disease.
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Thank you to my sponsors
Frankston Heart Foundation Walking Group
Taylor (better Than Allana)
Conor And Tass