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This page is all about Possibility Press.

Welcome to Possibility Press!

I’m glad you’re here!

Hi, I’m Juli.

I’m the creator of Possibility Press, and I come to you with big goals and a vivid vision for this business.

As a mom to two daughters and grandmother to three granddaughters, I want to leave a legacy and possibly a company that will bless millions in ways even I can’t imagine.

At the root of this business is the desire to help you create a life you love.

I’ve dedicated this business to God with the understanding that I cannot do this alone. I also know that I cannot do this without you.

I look forward to supporting you on your journey as you create your own big goals and vivid vision for your life.

In Christ,

Juli

FUN FACTS ABOUT ME

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I’M CURRENTLY SINGLE AND HAVE BEEN FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS.

I enjoy being single – living a solitary life. I’ve accepted this as God’s plan for me and have discovered peace in the silent hours.

I’M A HOMEBODY.

I can be outgoing when I need to be, but the place I feel most myself is at home reading a book, sipping hot tea with soft piano music playing in the background.

I RARELY WEAR SHOES.

Since I’m home all the time, I rarely have the need to put shoes on.

I ORDER MOST OF MY GROCERIES ONLINE.

For a while, I was getting all my food delivered by Imperfect Foods and Amazon, but now I order from Walmart and go pick it up.

I ADMIRE HOMESCHOOLERS.

I tried to homeschool my daughters for a couple of years and failed miserably at it, so I am in awe of those who homeschool successfully. I’ve heard and read so many good things about it.

I WORK FROM HOME.

I’m currently an Account Manager for one of the largest bill collectors in the student loan industry.

WHEN I WAS YOUNGER I FELT CALLED TO BE AN ENGLISH TEACHER AND POSSIBLY MARRY A MINISTER.

I grew up in a very religious home.

When I was two years old, my grandparents on my mom’s side moved their whole family of six, along with spouses and grandchildren to Cameron, WI, because they had heard of a small Pentecostal church called Pleasant Plain Pentecostal Church that was growing with the help of the Holy Spirit.

I remember as a young girl witnessing alter calls where people were slain in the Spirit and spoke in tongues.

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Both sets of grandparents had attended an Assemblies of God church in Shawano, WI, in their earlier years and always insisted that we attend church growing up.

I remember going to my grandparents on my dad’s side once in Shawano and my whole family literally kneeling in the living room to pray – my grandparents asking for God’s blessing on our lives.

I also remember going to Bible Camp three summers in a row in Chetek, WI, funded by my maternal grandmother. At one point, during a church service, I thought I’d felt the call to go into ministry to do missionary work. As I think back on it now, I believe if God had opened that door to make it possible, I would’ve willingly walked through it.

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By the time I was a teenager, my mom and dad had gotten divorced and the church we’d moved for had fallen apart, so I walked to the local Faith Lutheran church every Sunday and got “confirmed” at 16. As a participating member of that church, I enjoyed being Secretary of the Luther League. Then, of course, I have very fond memories of attending Luther Park Bible camp one summer and falling in love for the first time with a boy named Jay.

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In high school, I did well academically, mostly because I studied a lot and participated in as many extracurricular activities as I possibly could. As a senior, I applied to several private Christian universities, so I could get my teaching degree. At the time, I thought I’d make a good high school English teacher.

I got accepted by several private universities in the Twin Cities, but the one that stood out to me most offered me a full-ride academic scholarship my freshman year with the promise of another scholarship my sophomore year if I continued to get good grades.

Unfortunately, the day my mom, stepdad, and I sat in the auditorium on registration day to hear the chancellor speak, what we heard was not a welcome speech but an announcement that the school needed to close due to lack of funding. I grieve over this fact and the life that could’ve been even to this day.

I PLAYED VOLLEYBALL IN HIGH SCHOOL AND COMPETED AT THE STATE LEVEL.

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Competing at State in volleyball at Oshkosh, WI, during my junior year in high school is one of the fondest memories I have of my youth.

I LOVE IT WHEN MY GRANDDAUGHTERS COME OVER TO PLAY.

Granddaughters are the best. They remind me of how good God is.

Barbies on desk

IN AN ALTERNATIVE DREAM LIFE I WOULD BE KATHLEEN KELLY.

I think I’ve watched You’ve Got Mail at least 50 times. There are so many quotes in the movie that I love, but this is my favorite:

Don’t you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly-sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address.

MY ALL-TIME FAVORITE BOOK & MOVIE IS LITTLE WOMEN.

I remember reading Little Women for the first time. I was still married, and my two daughters were in elementary school. I finished the final chapters while sitting outside in a lawn chair under a big maple tree next to our farmhouse. It was an overcast day, and I had hung our clothes out to dry that morning. I remember thinking how lovely the story was and how grateful I was for the gift of a slow and simple life.

LITTLE WOMEN BY LOUISA MAY ALCOTT

I’ve watched the 1994 version of Little Women probably as many times if not more than You’ve Got Mail.

I LIKE TO PRAY, PRAISE & WORSHIP GOD.

I try to pray unceasingly. Every worry or regret I use as a reason to focus on God and the good He’s about to do. I would praise and worship God every minute of every day if I could. Every night as I lay in bed, I thank God for all His blessings.

Reading the book Where the Crawdad Sings

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