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Summary

Jump is the story of what happened when Daniella quit her job to backpack around the world for two years, and how freedom from the trappings of what society considers success leads to true contentment, strength and authenticity. 

'The point of all this has nothing to do with finding yourself. It’s about what you can do to lose what you don't need.'

It’s a dark rainy afternoon on Dublin s jammed M50 motorway. The rain is hammering on the windscreen of Daniella Moyles car. She is 26, a highly successful radio presenter, model and influencer, but panic is building in her head and chest, the internal state of affairs she has been trying to ignore finally spilling over into something undeniably physical. She is frozen, petrified, looks to her boyfriend and says, 'I don’t know who or where I am.'

This day changed Daniella’s life. It derailed almost everything she had worked to achieve and set her on a new path.

©2020 Daniella Moyles (P)2020 Bolinda Publishing

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Wasn't really sure what to expect!

I loved the teaser about 'losing it' on the motorway, but had little idea that it would turn out to be a mixture of a travel blog and a psychology book rolled into one. But it hit the right spot on every level. What could perhaps have turned into a bit of a wallow in self-pity I found this book to be inspiring and uplifting. Daniella's narration made it even more real, with her lilting accent and genuine warmth. She made me want to follow her on a map and then re-trace her steps through some of the most beautiful parts of our planet, whilst at the same time I found myself relating her own journey with that of someone close to me - whom I intend getting to listen to this book now. I hope that Daniella feels compelled to write a follow up one day as i'm sure her story can only get more interesting as the year's progress.

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Well worth a listen!

I absolutely loved listening to this audio book, I found it so inspiring as someone in their mid twenties. Its so honest and uplifting, I loved every minute of it!

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Stunningly raw and honest

Thank you for sharing Danielle - speechless after this read your honesty is admired beyond words.

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  • 04-01-21

A beautiful recount of feeling the fear and finding the courage to face it anyway!

Daniella’s story is open & honest to her life experiences of getting to grip with the feeling of anxiety. It’s inspirational and a must read, not just for those who suffer with anxiety. In understanding anxiety we can all help to overcome it! Thank you Daniella for taking us on your journey of healing. A journey that will spark others to navigate their own personal journey of healing too!

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loved it I felt like I was actually there with her

I highly enjoyed this book, it really tells the tale of a women's journey in life and it has no filters and I loved that we could share her experience and I really felt her in a lot of it, I really felt this book was for me and has got me thinking differently

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Loved it!

Loved Daniella's warts and all honesty. Proves how we are all human, experiencing life and living it as best we can. No one is perfect. Her telling the truth of certain parts, couldn't have been easy. But it's a testament to how courageous and strong a human being she is. I really hope she does some kind of a sequel to this along the lines of living and coping with anxiety, how you can still have a happy life. If anyone can advise on this, she can. What a woman! Well done on this inspiring book! X

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An interesting listen

I did enjoy listening to this book and hearing about the authors story of how she found herself. It may appeal most to people who enjoy travelling as it takes you to some beautiful locations around the world. The authors narration is very good.

**Dont like the the books tag line - "One Girls Search For Meaning" - It will immediately make the reader compare it to the iconic book Viktor Frankl's "Mans Search For Meaning" and that is very difficult to compete against. I understand the logotherapy link, but it deserves its own unique tagline.

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Wow I read this is two sittings

This was brilliant, it touches deep but although there’s sadness it is very inspirational. I got a great sense of achievement reading this, I can resonate in many ways but it is also inspiring to travel and see the world. I have read this during lockdown and although I know ache to travel I feel it will help me set those correct intentions and goals to get there!

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So interesting from start to finish

I was sucked in from the first few words of this audiobook! I loved her honestly of the bad and good.

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Loved it, easy listen...

Well written detailing the lead up to burn out and struggles with mental health. Really liked that the author never played the victim.👍

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  • Niamh McNamara
  • 17-07-21

Beautiful Read

This book is beautifully written allowing you to feel you are on the journey with the author. I couldn’t put it down.

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Honest, relatable and enjoyable.

A very open and honest book exploring everything from mental health, to self discovery, love and loss. The author appears to meet her demons head on in this book and the pulling back of the proverbial curtains on her life. Enjoyable read and well written.