Get your book Signed!
Hello my friends, I’ve been preparing for speaking engagements and podcasts as well as finishing off the new book, and marketing the old book – its all a spin!! But so exciting.
What People Are Saying
This book speaks to my soul – and my experience. In sassy, witty form, the author describes the life of a senior(I am one). She tells how to tweak it to make it more fun and more meaningful. That’s important to know when you give up the life you’ve spent the last several decades making. If you’re a senior or planning to be one, this is a must read!
Although I was not really looking looking forward to this next stage of my life, the author shows that there is much to look forward to.
And, I learnt a whole lot too!
I started reading this book and thought that it was a sometimes amusing, sometimes sad, sometimes laugh-out- loud-funny celebration of senior citizenship.
As I read further, it slowly became apparent that it was a celebration of life, by a woman who has led a full one. And who is still living it.
So I am moved to cry, ‘You go, Girl!’
On behalf of the Probus club of Gordon Park, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to you for your excellent presentation on Zoom yesterday (Monday 6th September 2021). At this stage, I have already received glowing reports from some of our members on how much they enjoyed your talk and found it to be very inspiring. I think that it was also a great ‘tonic’ for them to have a laugh and relate to your many experiences, especially the “Senior moments”. Something we all could do with at this time of lockdown.
I’m Now Called A Senior WTF is an absolute must read.
Not just another book on how to cope with ageing, this book will bring joy, inspire bravery and speak to your soul. I would recommend all “boomers” among you, grab a copy and enjoy the read.
This is St Ives local, Julie Sursok’s, first novel and the honesty of Sursok’s writing made me laugh out loud. She throws her powerful bold words out there and they are a delight to read. Sursok does not hold back, from page 1 she introduces herself and asks to be called Julie – this I will now honour.
I am grateful for Julie’s reminder that I am not alone with my little “fobies” and peculiarities. I choked with surprise at her irreverence or should I say cheekiness when discussing things like our uncontrollable bodily noises when reaching Seniorship. Julie brought to mind my many idiosyncrasies that I have tried to cover up during my life. We are all really quite funny. In the future, I will laugh whenever I accidentally commit a faux pas. I know I won’t have to wait long!
Podcasts & Articles With Julie
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
MOVING FROM CONTINENT TO CONTINENT AND STILL GROWING OLDER WITH GUSTO WITH AUTHOR JULIE SURSOK
Put in those earbuds and listen to our latest guest, Julie Sursok, who comes to us from Sydney, Australia.
Julie is a great example of someone who exemplifies “growing older with gusto” by walking the talk.
She has moved from continent to continent, lost everything, regained everything, and now has turned her story into a highly regarded book.
She is sometimes referred to as the female Jerry Seinfeld!
Please take a listen and make a comment! Also, share with other friends this inspiring & hilarious episode!
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
Check out https://copenotes.com/zestful for an innovative app that supports mental health.
Find out more about the Zestful Aging Podcast at ZestfulAging.com
So You’re a Senior, WTF!
Julie Sursok is an inspiring breakthrough author of the best-selling book “I’m Now called a Senior WTF.” Julie is a senior herself. She has run her own successful businesses, performed on stage and television and is an award-winning recording artist.
Julie emigrated from South Africa to Australia mastering the challenges of losing everything to rise back up again. And now with laughter, humility and life experience she is passionately inspiring seniors to stand tall and feel relevant again.
When she closed down her business, she realized that she was now in the category of “senior” but just didn’t feel like one. Julie saw seniors struggling with the premise that their self worth was tied up in their past and what they did and that they had now lost their identity.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
This week we return with an awesome interview which will make you laugh your blooming socks off. James and Gemma sit down with author and incredible lady; Julie Sursok. We find out about her book; “I’m Now Called a Senior WTF“, her life, her choices for moving from South Africa to Australia and much more.
Julie is a very funny lady and her book reflects her comical and amazing humour, but it is also very heart-felt and honest commentary on senior life, you will feel quite at home (no matter how old you are). Gemma highly recommends this book and as we all know she doesn’t often read, but she enjoyed it so much, she couldn’t put it down.
Youtube: The Douglas Coleman Show with special guest Julie Sursok
Julie Sursok is an inspiring breakthrough author of the best-selling book “I’m Now called a Senior WTF” Julie is a senior herself. She has run her own successful businesses ,performed on stage and television and is an award-winning recording artist. Julie emigrated from South Africa to Australia mastering the challenges of losing everything to rise back up again. And now with laughter, humility and life experience she is passionately inspiring seniors to stand tall and feel relevant again. Laugh at senior travels and senior moments and separate bedroom syndrome. Relate to medical checks and downsizing and technical faux pas. In this heart-felt and honest commentary on senior life, you will feel quite at HOME. It is fabulous, funny, different, relevant and real
Whats New With Julie
Julie is a senior, a wife, a mother and a grandmother. She has run her own businesses and performed on stage and television. She is a classical pianist, plays acoustic guitar and is an award-winning recording artist. She is a nurturer, motivator and prolific reader and she is now fulfilling her dream of inspiring you.
So, in ……I’m Now called a senior – WTF
Laugh at senior travels and senior moments and separate bedroom syndrome. Relate to medical checks and downsizing and technical faux pas. Think about the future and bucket lists and homeless.
Feel relevant again because……
YOU ARE HOME