Imperfectly Perfect is a book for any woman who has ever struggled with body image, identity crisis, lack of confidence or low self-esteem.

Prepare for laugh-out-loud moments as Leanne invites you to hitch up your bra straps, gather your girlfriends and get out of your own way as you discover what really matters.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Imperfectly Perfect came about after staring in the mirror when the author, Leanne Mulcahy, realised that the woman looking back at her was pretty damn good given the crap she'd put herself through.

For most of her life,  Leanne struggled with self-doubt and self-loathing and it wasn't until her life was turned upside down that she made a choice to take responsibility for living the life that she really wanted.

Leanne wrote this book with the hope that other women discover they too have choices regardless of the roles they play or what society attempts to define them as.

We are all unique. Our imperfections, or at least what we perceive as imperfections, are the very things that make us perfectly us and Leanne encourages us all to gently begin to embrace the whole of who we are again.

Read this book. Enjoy it simple and lighthearted approached, peppered with insights and a simple 21-step process that encourages us to embrace who we are, expand our thinking and live life on our terms.

New Zealand Customers

$25.00 (includes postage)

International Customers

Available in Kindle or Paperback

PRAISE

"Leanne brilliantly and unapologetically urges us to uncover and banish our insecurities so that we start loving ourselves “as is”. You will laugh, cry and be inspired to allow your authenticity to shine from a place of self-love. This book is the perfect gift to all the beautiful ladies in my life." Mari Carmen Pizarro

A feast for your soul, 21 gorgeous notes to light you up, lift you up, give you a shot of motivation, confidence and get you laughing, loving and most of all, moving.  Leann's warm, witty, fluff-free style guides and encourages you to rediscover your zest for life, gain confidence in your own voice and body and gain the skills and courage to unleash your revolution. Juliet Le Breton

"It is an amazing beautiful book and I want all my girlfriends to read it. So much resonated with where a bunch of us are in our lives right now!" Adrienne Mikklesen

"You come across as solidly believable, not some cossetted fairy Stepford wife - I believe your struggles and I *adore* Doubtful Debbie and the Shitty Committee! Too funny! " Alex Sheach

"Congratulations you gorgeous thing you! Most of all I want to thank you for fighting for women like me, not in a bra-less feminist way, but in a tribal supportive, love yourself as you are way" Raewyn Holmes

"Absolutely Brilliant, read it Friday as soon as I bought it, loved it!" Karen Roberts

"I've read the first chapter just needed to tell you I loved it!  Amazing work by you as always!" Annabel Renting

"I finished reading your fabulous book this afternoon. I loved it! It was such a great read and there were so many times when I felt you were talking directly to me!! It has taken me years to find myself to love and accept myself for who I truly am. Thank you for your inspiring and encouraging words" Christine Suckling

"Thanks so much Leanne, I loved your book. It was full of ideas and things that made me laugh, and empathise, as well as all those little tricks of procrastination and negative self talk that we all recognize from time to time. My sister was staying and she read through it as well and we had a great chat on some of the topics. It’s a great little resource, that I can go back to from time to time and check in. Well done you!" Margie Thomas

"This book is a joy to read. It's so funny and inspiring. Leanne has such a natural way of writing that draws you in. This book is a must-read for any woman who feels challenged by her wardrobe and who knows that there's something more to discover about herself. Leanne offers her journey in a light way-making it easier for women to go deeper so that they can let go of self-judgment and shine!" Marianne McGuire