This 103 page self help book takes the reader on an intimate journey of Julie’s life from it’s lowest point in the waiting room of Dunedin Public Hospital to the celebrations of her 10 years blind party.
With hilarious tales from being tricked by a local store owner to refereeing a game of nude touch rugby, this autobiographical tale will not only have you laughing and crying but most of all will leave you inspired.
Discover the 8 keys Julie’s identified for adapting to extraordinary change so you too can make your very own silver lining. And if that’s not enough, Julie’s included her famous recipe for those bloody truffles again for you to make. Be quick though, there aren’t many copies of this paperback book left and Julie won’t be re-printing. (but she will sign it for you)
“We all have moments when we think to ourselves “how would I react to that situation?” Julie’s response to her moment was that she had two choices – either be pitied or admired! And so her new journey began! And what a journey!”
Jo Seagar – NZ Food Writer
“I don’t know when I’ve laughed so much”
Kerrie Phipps – Julie’s Australian coach
“Bloody hell, I’ve only got to your introduction and I’m already in tears. I’m hooked. Don’t anyone interrupt me now!”
Jan Aitken – Dunedin Life Coach & Julie’s friend from Girl Guides
“This is a captivating book and everyone can learn something from it”
Mark Dalloway – Julie’s ex husband