Julie Cutler

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 369
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (3,156 of 3,327)
In My Own Words:
Ch-ch-ch-changes! Great to be back in Newford Haven!

My mommy said there are no monsters, no real ones , But there are. Why do they tell little kids that?

Ultimately this infinite number of monkeys experiment has gone wrong....they aren't typing out the works of Shakespeare, they're acting out Titus Andronicus in full global virtual glory. ( Hint! One of the really nasty ones). I blame everythin… Read more

World music, really hot geology, birds, bunnies, tropical and marine fishy wishes, trying to prove to Tony and Ted that I really can run a huge allotment, truth, MS programming, neat tools, anywhere but here, red hatting, trying to find a reason to l… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 369 - Total Helpful Votes: 3156 of 3327
Be Brilliant Every Day by Andy Cope
Be Brilliant Every Day by Andy Cope
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I have to say that I am fair flummoxed...a book that is actually too manic for me in style for me too cope. I like the oddities of life (in Computer teach yourself books anyway) but this goes toooooo far in style. For people that found "Trainspotting" too tame and are in a crisis. It seems to have been written while the authors were on a caffeine binge with a Red Bull chaser.somebody may appreciate it, but I just couldn't take the pace.
Sort Your Brain out: Boost Your Performance, Manag&hellip by Jack Lewis
3.0 out of 5 stars not my cuppa, 15 Sep 2014
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I didn't quite get into the style of this book. Moaning about too much use of technology and fizzy drinks is a bit tedious. (Picture it, Upper Palaeolithic, Roger, will you stop knapping flints and putting your hand print on walls! ) I really couldn't wade through the moans to get to any satisfactory brain training. Gave up.
How to Stress Less: Simple Ways to Stop Worrying a&hellip by Benjamin Bonetti
5.0 out of 5 stars inspiring, 15 Sep 2014
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As self help books go, this is actually very good! I'm usually very critical of glib style s and end up chucking books after 50 pages, but this one has grabbed my attention. Yes I'm stressed, yes I need to take control and no, I'm not waltzing along on the happy pills from a GP because frankly that doesn't make the problem go away. The author says eat right, exercise and train yourself to think positively. It's actually a very positive determined attitude and for once I like the style. I'd already picked up on trying to change my posture myself.....just need to stop secreting the stress chemical cortisol! It will take time, you have to take time to train yourself out of negative thoughts… Read more