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A shopping voucher SAVED MY LIFE!

Joanna Atzori, 42, Maroochydore, Qld

It’s always annoying when something gets broken, especially when that something is a $550 Garmin watch.

‘I’ll have to replace it,’ I sighed after my 10-year-old son, Roberto, accidentally knocked it off the kitchen bench, cracking the screen.

My husband, Alex, had given it to me a year before, when, turning 40, I’d decided to take up running and try a marathon.

It recorded my heart rate and showed my fitness progress, so I wanted another

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