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Walk All Over Cancer 2021
March 2021

Eliza's Walk All Over Cancer Fundraising Page

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Eliza Bentley

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I'm walking 10,000 steps every day this March for Cancer Research UK.

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I'll walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer.
10,000 steps a day may not seem like much but for someone who has been stuck in the house with a baby due to bad weather (and she no longer wants rocking to sleep so there's many steps lost there!) Recently I haven't even hit 2,000 a day! So I am taking on this challenge in order to get us out the house more and while we're doing it why not try to raise some money for a good cause! I know there are many other charities doing this throughout march but this was the first I saw, many charities are really struggling at the moment due to people not being able to hold fundraisers so please even if you choose not to donate here please if you can help another charity 🥰

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Eliza Bentley

2021-03-11T20:28:47+00:00

Today I put my watch on my ankle because I knew I would be pushing the pram and we walked to get our jobs done in town, I'd done my 10,000 before 1pm and then it was home for a well earnt nap 😂😍

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Eliza Bentley

2021-03-11T20:26:39+00:00

Having a teething baby means I haven't had time/I've forgotten to update this page.. but done worry I've been getting the 10,000 steps in every day.. even if a lot of it has ended up being around and round the house 😂 🙈 here's Sundays photo to show I did every day last week!

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Eliza Bentley

2021-03-06T23:06:55+00:00

Honestly can't believe I've nearly managed a whole week already! 😃 It's actually been really hard to get the steps in! 🙈 Today we strolled the hallway again before bed to get the last 200 steps in! We have been for a walk today but also had a 2.5 hour nap this afternoon (we haven't been getting much sleep at night thus week 😴)

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Eliza Bentley

2021-03-06T23:03:10+00:00

Well annoyingly this watch doesn't count my steps when I'm pushing a trolley or pram so I know I did loads more than this yesterday and ended up having to do some dancing to Drum and bass before bed to get my steps up! 🤣

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Eliza Bentley

2021-03-04T19:41:38+00:00

7pm last night after a really chilled day I remembered I was supposed to be getting 10,000 steps done! I'd only done 4000 by this point! Put baby to bed and forgot again! 🙈 At around 8.45 I remembered so walked up and down the hall and ran on the spot while doing the washing up! Only reaching 10,000 just before 10.30pm (bedtime!) At least I got them in 👌

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Eliza Bentley

2021-03-02T19:39:46+00:00

I'm sure I'll get a few more In before bed but as I'm sat here.. we've walked from Cardigan to Cilgerran and back and around town today! A lot of my steps won't have been counted as my watch thinks I'm riding a bike when I push the pram 🙈 Not sure how we will get the steps in tomorrow as it's supposed to rain all day... Watch this space!!

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