My Activity Tracking
DAY 20 (8/9/22)21,757 steps.
DAY 19 (7/9/22)21,666 steps.
DAY 18 (6/9/22)23,988 steps.
DAY 17 (5/9/22)22,722 steps.
DAY 16 (4/9/22)21,561 steps.
DAY 15 (3/9/22)21,141 steps.
DAY 14 (2/9/22)24,343 steps.
DAY 13 (1/9/22)26,927 steps.
DAY 12 (31/8/22)20,349 steps.
DAY 11 (30/8/22)28,868 steps.
DAY 10 (29/8/22)23,953 steps.
DAY 9 (28/8/22)21,037 steps.
DAY 8 (27/8/22)22,121 steps.
DAY 7 (26/8/22)20,432 steps.
DAY 6 (25/8/22)21,311 steps.
DAY 5 (24/8/22)20,652 steps.
DAY 4 (23/8/22)24,722 steps.
DAY 3 (22/8/22)20,433 steps
DAY 2 (21/8/22)21,045 steps
DAY 1 (20/8/22)21,592 steps
If you are connected at all
to me or my family, you’d probably know that we had an amazing person taken
from us due to heart disease, far too early.
It is now coming up to the 20th anniversary of my father’s passing, and after having many years to develop some perspective, it seemed like the right time to create something positive out of an unfortunate situation.
20 years without a husband, father, brother, and so much more, is a lot of missed milestones, life lessons lost, and bad jokes never to be laughed at.
In keeping with the theme of #20, I am going to take on a challenge that involves walking more than 20,000 steps a day for 20 days in a row, leading up to the date of his anniversary (8th September).
The reason I am taking on this challenge is to not only raise awareness for Australia’s most fatal disease, but also to hopefully create change – no matter how small that may be.
I want to reduce the number of people (particularly children) who have to experience the sudden and irreparable impact of losing a loved one the way our family did. To go from having a ‘superdad’ one day, to being woken up by frantic paramedics the next, no one else should have to go through that.
Every dollar that you may be generous enough to donate will help transform the ever-growing heart health issue by:
· Funding life-changing heart research.
· Supporting health professionals working to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease.
Providing heart-healthy programs and resources for everyday
And if you’re unable to help financially, at the very least, I hope that by reading this, you take a moment to appreciate the time you have with those most important to you.
If you are at all concerned about any risk of heart disease for yourself, a family member, or friend, please go to see a doctor sooner rather than later. Otherwise, you might just miss your chance…
Thank you to my Sponsors
Auntie Lina,uncle Aldo,carlie & Michelle
Michael, Ginnie, Ella And Claire
K & K Izzo & Bogo
Katie, Sam, Chiara And Isabella
Jess & Brock
Chiara La Rosa
Julie La Rosa
Stef & Brad Pfeifer