Naomi Moore

Our Walking Adventures

Paws Stepped


Minutes of Walking


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Sunday Smiling

It was so tempting to excuse myself from walking today because it's cold and threatening rain but I decided to take the risk and I'm so glad I did! 
By the time I reached the 30 minute mark, I felt refreshed and found myself grinning from ear to ear. I managed to beat the rain too1

Saturday Strolls

I have to confess that not having a dog or a walking companion can make the motivation to walk a little low. But it's not too far to the local shops so I combined my walk today with a trip to the pharmacy ... only to find they closed 3 hrs before I got there! Never mind: at least I got my walk in!
Oh yeah! And I met my Pawgust fundraising goal today - so I've raised it to  $450. Woo hoo!

Walking with Lesley & Yoga with Hugo

Some people have suggested that I might whack a harness on Hugo the Wonder Wabbit and take him for a walk. My response has been that it's likely the GPS would show that I walked all of 100 metres  as I followed Hugo on a culinary adventure through the neighbours' gardens! 
So, on weekdays, as the sun is still hiding when I rise to walk, I turn on my trusty TV and walk with Lesley as Hugo the Wonder Wabbit …. wait, is he doing yoga? 
This was this morning's pose as I clocked up my 19th of 32 minutes! What would you call that? A Reclining Rabbit? A Lounging Lapin? Who knows?! 
Stay tuned for the next installment of Yoga With Hugo!

Walking at Home

There was quite a pea-souper out this morning. So glad that not having a dog allows me to walk at home with Lesley! It was a brisk.2 mile walk today in my $15 Aldi shoes that didn't rub on yesterday's blister. 
According to my Fitbit I burned 184 calories, and spent 92% of my walk in the fat burn zone. Yay for me. Hugo the Wonder Wabbit watched on from his bed, lazy bun!

Suffering for the cause

Today there were challenges! Apparently the GPS was a little hinkey today and my Fitbit only tracked the first km of my walk but Google maps came to the rescue!
And I'm determined that not even the whopping great blister I managed to get on todays walk will stop me! Such a gorgeous day for a walk. I hope you all enjoyed your walks too :)

It's the 1st of PAWGUST, YAY!

It's finally here! YAY! So after my walk today ... I'm feeling a little sore to be truthful! My Plantar Fasciitis is mucking up, my right knee is sore and now my left hip - what the?!
BUT, I'm still pumped. It's a stunning day and I walked 2. 38km, 3157 steps of my 8102 so far today in 32 minutes.  Oh yeah, and I met one gorgeous black behemoth  of a dog out for his walk too! 

TEAM GDC Volunteer

If you are a volunteer at the Guide Dogs Centre, I would LOVE for you to join my team. Let's see if we can smash all of our goals together!

I am raising funds for Guide Dogs

My dog(s) and I are taking part in PAWGUST 2020 on behalf of Guide Dogs Australia because I'm passionate about helping Guide Dog puppies in training and supPAWting people in our community living with sight loss.

During the month of August, my dog(s) and I will be walking 30 minutes a day for 30 days. That's RUFFly 2km every day which is no small feat in the winter weather! We are doing it to raise vital funds for Guide Dogs puppies currently in training.

And that's where you come in! By supPAWting my dog(s) and I, you are helping to raise much needed funds for Guide Dog puppies in training. Did you know it costs in excess of $50,000 to breed, raise and train just one Guide Dog pup?!

PAWlease, will you show your supPAWt by donating to me today? Anything you can give will help.

With your supPAWt we can change people’s lives by helping current Guide Dog puppies in training. Plus, it will also inspire me and my pooch to complete our 30 minutes each day!

Paws out!

My Achievements
Registered Donated to myself Added a profile picture Told my story Shared on social media Created a team Fundraising goal reached Increased fundraising target Logged my first walk PAW It Forward

Thank you to my SupPAWters


Brett Beverley




Louise Burgess


D. Moore




Naomi Moore



Well done, keep up the great work!


Clare Maxwell