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https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/ryszards-walk-100-miles-challenge-giving-page

 

My great grandma and the bloke who raised me both lost their fight with this awful disease and any donations would be gratefully received, I start tomorrow and with the dog we usually do about 40 miles a week so should have this done before the clocks go back!

 

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I lost my mum to cancer when she was only 50. Good luck Reesh and well done raising money for a great charity. I sent a few pounds. 

On a side note, walking is also wonderful for mental health. I used to challenge myself to 10k steps before 10am while I was struggling and it really helped me. Being active and walking with he odd good morning or even a stop and chat. 

 

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7 hours ago, tomcore said:

I lost my mum to cancer when she was only 50. Good luck Reesh and well done raising money for a great charity. I sent a few pounds. 

On a side note, walking is also wonderful for mental health. I used to challenge myself to 10k steps before 10am while I was struggling and it really helped me. Being active and walking with he odd good morning or even a stop and chat. 

 

Thank you and I aim for 10k steps before 10am when I'm struggling. 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Reesh said:

Thank you and I aim for 10k steps before 10am when I'm struggling. 

 

 

Keep fighting! It's tough isn't it? Sometimes  falling into bad routines seems easier for me at least.

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3 hours ago, Reesh said:

Cheers pal.

Aye but the dog keeps me sane

 

Even other folks' dogs leave me (and their owners) with a smile when I'm out walking, like this morning. They're the easiest way to break the ice and have a laugh with strangers. Most respond in that way.

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5 minutes ago, Owling_Wolf said:

Even other folks' dogs leave me (and their owners) with a smile when I'm out walking, like this morning. They're the easiest way to break the ice and have a laugh with strangers. Most respond in that way.

 

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