“How can I achieve?” is something we often ask ourselves. By clearing your clutter and decluttering your life you can help make your goals a reality.

In the 400th episode of my declutter podcast, Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out, I’m interviewed by Rachel Seavey for her podcast, Hoardganize. You’ll learn a little bit more about why I created my decluttering books to support you.

Take actions from today’s podcast:

  • If you feel moved, buy one of my books
  • Read the book
  • Contemplate what clutter you’d like to remove
  • Create a plan to take action and declutter your life

Rachel’s podcast: https://hoardganize.libsyn.com/

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Certified life coach, author & award-winning professional life organizer Julie Coraccio shares steps and tips to support you in creating the life you choose, deserve and desire through decluttering your life, mindfulness and how to organize your life.

About Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out Podcasst

Clutter is stuck stagnant energy and prevents you from creating the life you choose, desire and deserve. We discuss clutter in all its forms: energetic, spiritual, emotional, mental & physical, relationships, health, finances and more. We share tips and take action steps for clutter free living and how to organize your life and death with end of life planning. We’re thinking outside the box on areas where people might not realize where clutter is blocking them. When we remove clutter from our lives we can discover our passions, lead the extraordinary lives we are all meant to live and share our gifts with the world.

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Julie Coraccio 0:02
Today on Clear Your Clutter inside now we’re talking about do it yourself to declutter your life. Are you truly aware of the different kinds of clutter you have in your life? Do you know you need to clear some clutter and just need some guidance to get started? Have you desire to learn more about yourself? Learn how to Clear Your Clutter yourself. As we continue our month focused on things that I love. Do you control your clutter? Or does your clutter control you? Unclear your clutter inside now. We’ll teach you awareness as well as action steps to create change in your life. Come on, let’s get started. Today’s episode was inspired, because it’s my 400th episode. Wow, 400 episodes pretty exciting. That is a big accomplishment. I was really excited. And on the big episodes, like I think on the 100, I did clips from my favorite episodes, and put together compilation, I was trying to 50 I can’t remember what I did always a big milestones, I tried to do something differently. And so when Rachel who has been a guest a couple times on the podcast, wanted to interview me about my books, I was super excited. I have put my heart and soul I can call myself an author. It’s a really big deal. I’m super passionate about this, wanted to create books, one because I love to write, but I believe in giving people a bunch of different options. You always can’t afford a coaching session, the most times you can afford an e book. And it was a big deal for me. You know, I went through a book cover designer and found someone I really love that all these interviews and anyway to something that is my pride and joy. And so she wanted to ask me about why I created them and the things that she liked. Because Rachel are very similar. She works with hoarders, and you definitely want to check out her podcast organize. And she’s just, Rachel and I are very similar in approaches to life, kind of like with my last guests. And I just really liked Rachel and enjoy her. And I thought, what a fun way to do something different for my 400 episode, and you’ll find out a little bit more about me and my process and the books and why I wanted to do that. And my hope from this episode is that it spurs you to take action to declutter your life in some way, shape, or form. It says to you, hey, this is what I need to do this is the action that I need to take this is that first step, this is what I can do to move forward. So sit back, relax, and enjoy.

Rachel Seavey 2:49
Hey, collectors today, I have Julie Coraccio on the podcast, and her gorgeous and super informative book, Clear Your Clutter is published and available. And I wanted to talk to her about it because I just found so many valuable tips and nuggets throughout this book. And hopefully you will too when you buy it. And now Julie, thank you for being here. What made you put this book out?

Julie Coraccio 3:19
You know, Rachel, I wanted to write a book that would support people, you know, there have been times in my life where I couldn’t afford a coach, I couldn’t afford something. And so I always am a firm believer of having stuff for free and then having things at different levels. So I was motivated primarily, to have something first of all, I’m an old lady, because I like to have the book in my hand. And so I wanted something that people could hold. And if they are willing to do the work, they can change their life. And so I put it into 21 chapters I’m all about our inner clutter reflects the outside and vice versa. And so I want to have people to have an affordable option where they can change their lives. That was the primary motivation. And then I always wanted to be an author. It was a big deal for me. I love writing and I wanted to see my name in print on a book.

Rachel Seavey 4:13
Yeah, it’s a beautiful book. I really enjoyed going through it. And now is this something that one of my listeners, like maybe somebody that’s got excessive clutter could find a value? I feel like it really covers a lot of organizing beliefs and misbeliefs.

Julie Coraccio 4:33
I would say yes, simply because, as I mentioned a moment ago, you know, it’s all related. If we have physical clutter in our life, we have some type of inner clutter going on, whether it’s with a relationship, whether it’s health, whether it’s mental or emotional or spiritual. It’s all related. So as you work on one area of your life, it automatically helps you and others. You know you are hoarding expert I am not and so you understand what’s going on with But I believe anything that helps you move forward in the right direction gives you some kind of insight and increases your personal development can only help you.

Rachel Seavey 5:10
Yeah, no, I agree. And I love that you have journal prompts. That to me is something I like holding a book as well, and writing in a book, and then going back and seeing what I was like when I first started. That definitely appeals to me. And I know we did an entire episode. I don’t know if it was years ago now, but on spiritual clutter. And that is super interesting to me, and something I don’t really cover a lot in my podcast. So do you mind sharing, again, just a little bit about spiritual clutter?

Julie Coraccio 5:46
Well, for me spiritual clutter, are things like, Do you have gratitude? Are you able to forgive? Are you sharing your gifts with the world, and so when we are not living at our maximum potential, you know, then we’re not living our life fully. And so that, to me, the spiritual clutter can sometimes be the hardest thing to tackle, at least for me, you know, if you feel like a victim all the time, then that spiritual clutter and so when you clear that, I mean, that can be the it can be phenomenal. And I think that it’s so important to look at those areas, because they tend to be the more challenging and, and clear that and get moving, because that’s what holds us back a lot of the times, not always, I mean, everything’s can be combination, and everything’s individualized. But spiritual clutter is huge, in my view.

Rachel Seavey 6:37
I agree. I agree. And, and you covered a bit, I don’t want to give away too much. But you covered jealousy, and gossip, and things. of that nature is being spiritual clutter. And you know, we all kind of are faced with jealousy in one way, either were jealous or other people are jealous of us. And it really does weigh on you. You know, it really I know, when I’m going through any kind of like drama or anything, it’s just not a good feeling. It puts me in a different state. You know, you do feel like a victim, like why does everyone hate me? Like I could get into that sometimes. So I really like that you covered the spiritual clutter as well, because I think sometimes people think of it as being more of like a religious kind of an approach. I don’t know, that’s when I heard it. I was like, Oh, I wonder if it and it could be. But I think when you talk about negative emotions being spiritual clutter, I mean, that’s really deep, because I think we’re all working myself included on on that all the time. Now, I love that you came up with and it’s, it’s just chapter one, hopefully you won’t. It just says, if everything has the same value, then nothing is valuable. And that really resonated with me and the people that listen to my podcasts because it’s very hard to determine what’s valuable when you know, you care as much about recycling on the floor as you do. Your favorite pets ashes, you know, when they’re all on the floor together and mixed up, you know, it’s like, really hard to tell what’s valuable for people. So even starting, I mean, that was chapter one. I just loved your story about Jerry being angry with yourself. And I really think that listeners would really see themselves and, and learn a lot just even from chapter one. So I mean, I really like this book, Julie. You talk about exercise routines, you talk about self care, and that stuff that I’m all really all about. And like you packaged it all neatly into this beautiful little book, which I was totally impressed by it. I really like this book.

Julie Coraccio 8:57
Oh, thank you. Let me I spent four years on it. And my grammar is atrocious. So it had two editors for grammar. And then it had an editor for although the one guy was kind of grammar slash content, and then it had a Content Editor and my BFF Kati has to get a shout out because she read it in a super early draft form. And instead of saying this sucks, well, you know, I think there’s some things we could

do to make it better her.

Kenny Mays? Yes. Kati is amazing. So shout out. No. So encourage your writers out there, but it was an early draft. And if you give an early draft, give it to someone that you love, who’s gonna say I can see the nuggets in here, but there’s things that we have to do to get it better.

Rachel Seavey 9:40
Yeah. I always think you’re a wonderful writer. I know that you’ve helped me with my blogs and stuff. So I mean, I just love the prompts. And maybe I could do I think I told you that I have a Tuesday group going on now. And we had talked about maybe using your book together in the future to go through this because I don’t like reinventing the wheel. I know one day I’ll write a book, I promise, but like using your book, or other books that I value is more attractive to me right now.

Julie Coraccio 10:12
And I want to just add, and I don’t know if we can see it. So the other thing I did was a journal prompts series with kind of the same. This is the one that was approved book, but that are all journal prompts in different areas. And part of that, in addition, why wrote the other book is you have the wisdom within I know you do coaching like I do, Rachel and you know that people know what’s best for them. And our job is to pull that out, serve as the mirror and help that come out. So that’s one thing that I why I love journal prompts so much. And as you mentioned, how have I grown? Yeah, that’s a fun thing to look at. But you have that wisdom. So it’s just about helping you excavate it, and ask yourself those questions, so that you can figure it out. And what I did a little differently that no other journal prompt books have, this was from the content. So I have this little Lotus on the side of the page, like I do in the other one. And if you have clutter, you tend to be overwhelmed. So once you write your response, then if you want as an extra step, you go back through and pick out and write on the right side of the lotus, what are the most valuable things that I learned? What’s most important for me within each prompt, and again, it might be more time consuming, that allows you to move forward more easily because you’ve broken it down into one more step.

Rachel Seavey 11:27
Yeah. And that I find when I use journal prompts, and you know, I do a lot of self in personal growth work all the time constantly. I’m like, oh, yeah, like there’s something about writing it down on paper, even if you know, deep down and in, even if it’s subconscious, like you write it down, you’re like, oh, yeah, you know, there’s just something about writing it down and saying, that’s what I want, that’s where I want to be, or that’s what’s holding me back from getting what I want. And the whole time you had it in you, but for me writing it down on paper, relationships, finances, whatever, so be it. I can have like a Oh my God moment every single time I do it, because it’s like organizing your thoughts and your feelings all in the same place and then being able to look and say, Okay, that’s why I’m not good at relationships or Okay, that’s why, you know, I’m so I just really think it’s, it’s a great book, and you’ve got a lot of great quotes in here. Are they your quotes are?

Julie Coraccio 12:31
They are my quotes, unless I have it’s been a while since I’ve read the book in my they’re my quotes, unless I attributed them to someone else. And I can’t remember I you know, you have to be very careful. Unless it’s been, like domain for 1000 years. So I might not have

Rachel Seavey 12:47
Yeah, no, I get it. I just but it’s beautiful how you have like this one says unresolved emotions, clutter your heart, mind and soul.

Julie Coraccio 12:56
I truly believe that. That and you know what’s important for me. So I’ve been in business since 2009. And most people still concentrate on the physical clutter, more have gotten interested in the mental, but I want the whole package. I want the holistic, I want you to rethink what you think of as clutter, because clutter is holding you back from an abundant life. And I want everyone out there sharing to get we all have gifts, we’re all awesome. We’re all amazing. And then life happens where this beautiful newborn, and then society puts stuff on us, our families, our friends, and we forgotten our brilliance. So it’s about reawakening that and moving forward and sharing your gifts.

Rachel Seavey 13:35
And you talk about emotional clutter. And how is that different from spiritual clutter? Um,

Julie Coraccio 13:46
well, you know, I because I would say it begins with an emotion. So you know, like, for instance, giving thanks, you know, I wouldn’t spend too much time analyzing it. But you know, jealousy is an emotion or not expressing your emotions is huge, because everything’s energy, whether you believe that from a physics perspective, or you believe that from your, your spiritual or religious beliefs, and so it stay stuck in it, Louise hates calls it dis ease. Because if you have that anger, I just had half my thyroid taken out in December, you will never convince me that it was not from years of not speaking my truth and not from years of standing up for myself. I believe that that growth happened because it’s like, okay, this energy scale is gonna stay stagnant in my, in my body and everywhere else. I haven’t released my anger. I haven’t raised blah, blah, blah, blah. It shows up as disease. And so that’s why I’m afraid like get the emotions out, get them out, or if you’re angry all the time. I know you’ve probably encountered someone that has it’s like they’re at the restaurant ordering something and they bring salt instead of pepper and they explode. Yeah about this. salt and pepper. It’s about something else. But if you’re not managing, you’re not releasing, you’re not paying attention, then you have those knee jerk reactions where you explode.

Rachel Seavey 15:09
Yeah, no, I totally agree. And I know people like that I’m not like that at all. But I try not to be.

Julie Coraccio 15:20
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Rachel Seavey 16:08
And that you cover when life throws you a curveball.

Julie Coraccio 16:11
I think that’s so important. Rachel, there is not I joke, my brother I think has I always will say to him, you must have done some a lot of junk in your previous lives. Because you’re basically sliding through this one. And, you know, I you know, a couple times he should have died he but you know, because I know many of my brother, he’s also had challenges in life. If you don’t know, we might not see it, we all have challenges. And so is it are you going to be able to get through it are you going to be resilient, are you going to form a puddle on the floor and not be able to move forward, you know, example I would use is I see this a lot with people in relationships, maybe they get married and get a divorce, or they have a relationship and, and they remain bitter towards that person. And so what they don’t realize with all the focus on the other person, how they did them wrong, you’re not going to find someone, if that’s your focus, and you might find another relaxed relationship, but it’s not going to be happy. And you’re probably going to recreate whatever wasn’t healed from the previous relationship. And so that’s what, why I tried to cover many different things for you to see, because maybe you read about jealousy, and think, oh, that’s why my relationships haven’t worked out because I’ve been jealous of them. Or I’ve been jealous when because they’re so good looking that someone checks them out or says how good looking. They’re, whenever it’s about you. And it’s about healing yourself, whatever you do, or whatever people say and do to you has zero to do with you. And you know, I’ve been talking about resiliency with people and interviewing people and we have become less resilient and how I see it. And I hope I want to state it really clearly for your audience. You know, I see all these content warnings, I see all these trigger warning, and you need to heal, and what people don’t, I think comprehend, you can put all those social those warnings on social media. But then when you go to the grocery store, someone’s gonna annoy you and do whatever it is that you’ve been trying to avoid seeing or doing. And so if you can change your perspective, oh, this comes up, this is bringing something up to be healed. Thank you, I haven’t healed that instead of being like, I can’t see it, I can’t because that’s avoiding when we pull this trigger, then you’re not going to heal, then you stay stuck when you don’t heal. So that makes sense.

Rachel Seavey 18:33
It makes a lot of sense, especially with, you know, everything going on with the virus. And, you know, I mean, people are terrified in our homes right now. They really are. I’ve been talking to a lot of people that are really stressed out and they’re having, you know, not just physical clutter, but the emotional and the spiritual, their relationships are being affected. So this book is really just for anyone. I think even someone like me that doesn’t have a lot of clutter, but might have, you know, regular things going on in their life that are annoying. Or make you mad. But I mean, you do talk about space clearing too. And I love that because I think it’s really good to clear a space once you’ve been working in it. And I don’t actually talk about this much on my podcast, it’s kind of more your your thing. Do you mind?

Julie Coraccio 19:28
Oh, yeah, well, absolutely. Well, Rachel, you also have sage that people can purchase from you and you’ve made essential oils which are great for energetic clearing. And that’s is to me as important as the space clearing so everything so everything’s energy, so it’s stuck and stagnant. So even if you clean out a hoarders area, their home, even if you clean out your office space, the residual energy is still there. So that’s why I like space clearing. And I’m really like, it’s not been an issue because of COVID. I’m very particular about who comes in our home, because of the energy and how people feel. So I, especially when I first moved to Raleigh, and I’d hosts these meetups, I’d never met these people. I’m like, Yeah, bring out the sage, we got to be doing some clearing after they’ve gone. But it gets that energy moving. And remember, when you’re clear and get those corners, get the floor because energy can get trapped in there. But it’s about moving that energy out. And then what I like to do is then set an attention. Like, okay, I’m in my office, my intention is to create abundance. So I can take care of my cats in the life that they’re accustomed to. My you know, intention is to be creative in here. So I can write another book that supports people in clearing their clutter. So you do the space clearing, you clear it, and then set the intention. But I think that’s so important. Because remember, you’ve done it, it’s like you, I love how you talked about earlier, like actually writing it down. So I clear my space, I do the physical thing to do that. And then I set the intention. And so it’s like, planted something that reminder in your head. So even if you’re not aware of it, when I walk into this office, oh, I’m going to be creative. I’m going to be abundant, whatever it is that you want to create, but you have set that intention, and you have declared to the universe. So I like writing to I am this, I desire this, you know, and that’s like your stake in your claim.

Rachel Seavey 21:28
That’s right. And the office is such an I’m in my office as well. I’m constantly staging in here if you know, and then I deal with a lot of people that are emotional, and they’ve gone through trauma and are crying when I work with them. So I usually sage my car, I stage the back of the truck, because the donations are probably lingering with all sorts of and yourself. Yes, your Sage, Sage myself. So I think it’s a really thing I know, people usually accused me of you know, I grew up in Berkeley, so they’re like, oh, that’s just hippie dippie but really, not at all. I don’t think so. I think it’s really helpful. I use the sage. And I like Paulo Santos. So I think that is just really

Julie Coraccio 22:11
okay, I have to I have to stop you on Paulo Santos because I’ve been about to finish my first year course. In plant medicine, which I’m super passionate about. Paulo Santos has been overgrown, because Americans want it. So be very, it’s okay if you have some, but I’m gonna encourage you like find it Artemesia that hasn’t been overground White Sage is being overgrown. And so the sorry, this is a promise I’ve made in plant medicine since being educated on it. If there are other options you can find for things that are ethically harvested and aren’t endangered. Please do so.

Rachel Seavey 22:47
Really. I had no idea and that I didn’t like class. Yeah, yeah, I won’t buy any more. And I honestly like the smell of sage a little bit better. Um, but I love salsa, mage, golly, I didn’t even know that about Palo Santo. So that’s it’s okay.

Julie Coraccio 23:04
As long as I think I put a footnote in the book about that because I learned I actually updated the book. Once I had published it the one of the nice things about Amazon is that you can go in and and update it because I had learned that because I’m like, I really want because I have this knowledge. And you know, I have such respect for the plants and I have respect for other cultures. Always working to learn and grow more is that if I had been taught this, and I want to share it.

Rachel Seavey 23:30
Oh, yeah, no, I don’t want to use anything that’s not sustainable.

Julie Coraccio 23:33
But you didn’t know I didn’t know.

Rachel Seavey 23:36
Force. Yeah, I’m

Julie Coraccio 23:37
glad I said these things. Yeah, I’m,

Rachel Seavey 23:40
yeah, yeah. You don’t know these things. I just learned about almond milk. Like if you’re not really I have

Julie Coraccio 23:47
a lactose intolerant husband so we have we have on milk although I got I went wild and crazy. got oatmeal.

Rachel Seavey 23:53
I love the oat milk. Oh, no, I heard that the almond milk wasn’t sustainably grown. So I had Oh, okay. See, I had a kid school me a couple of one of my clients like teenagers was like, No, it’s I don’t do almond milk, because I brought over some. Yeah, so

Julie Coraccio 24:09
thank you see, we That’s why you do this. I never knew that. And I was like, I’m gonna win. I’m going to have it all day. I’m going to try out milk.

Rachel Seavey 24:17
Oh, it’s so creamy love oat milk. Shout out to oat milk. Oh my god,

Julie Coraccio 24:21
except for the crazy guy on the Super Bowl commercial. Oh, I didn’t see that thing. Yeah, he was I don’t know what he was doing some he did not get good advice. In my humble opinion. Oh, I’ll

Rachel Seavey 24:32
have to YouTube it. So who do you just what would you recommend for people they get your book in the mail? Or they get your ebook version? Is it something that you take a weekend? Is it something that you do over a month? I mean, what would be your suggestion? Because I know a lot of people get overwhelmed with how long they’re supposed to do something.

Julie Coraccio 24:55
There is no set. It’s what individualize whatever works for you. I would say, here’s what I usually suggest, typically, one, consider reading it all through. Like, it doesn’t have to be I read in the bathtub when I have to pay attention, I will slowly read a book in the bathtub. But you might I have the chapters at the beginning. The other thing you can do, like I would say, just read it through and just maybe kind of let it percolate or you open up and say, Wow, I know I have a problem with jealousy. I’m just gonna bam, write to that chapter. Yeah, because what I wanted to do is keep each chapter contained, so that they could do it a chapter, if they just want to do a standalone chapter, do it that way. And then I give other tips throughout the books about taking action and moving forward. But they can do it that way. If they want, whatever they feel they need to work on, start there. You know, again, anything you do, makes you move forward, it’s support you, you’re doing it. So if it takes you six months to do one chapter, but you’re making progress have at it. Good job. Goldstar. You’re doing it?

Rachel Seavey 25:59
Yeah, I found it. I thought it was a really easy read. And then the kind of thing that you could go back to and look at your answers and reflect upon those. So what else you have going on? Julie? How can people connect with you, you’ve got stuff all over the internet,

Julie Coraccio 26:15
trying to hopefully everything that’s above board as far as the notes above board so they can find the books they can find me at reawaken your brilliance I have started a channel on Patreon how to declutter your life with Julie Coraccio. And find me there and join that community and all good information on reawaken your brilliance, I do sell the books, but and then I apologize in advance. Amazon is taking forever, it seems to get anything else but and then I’m also on Google Play as i Everything’s an e book as well. I was telling Rachel, prior to the show, someone said to me, I’m going blind. And I didn’t realize there were apps or whatever that you can download that you can write. So everything’s available in ebook as well.

Rachel Seavey 26:55
That’s amazing. And maybe people didn’t know that. So people can download the ebook, and then open it in an app and fill out their answers electronically.

Julie Coraccio 27:06
That’s yeah, so yeah. So like, you can you can actually, I guess, I don’t know how it works. I don’t have it. Like friends. My, my friend had a brain tumor. And so when she got the tumor taken out, you know, she had to relearn how to brush her teeth, do all that. And so it allows her she said, she can bookmark, she can make notes, like, I feel old, like this technology, apparently incredible. But yeah, so they can do all that. Because I said, Who wants an e book? They’re not gonna be knob on people like, yeah, it’s like, okay, you’re in charge. That’s great. Yeah.

Rachel Seavey 27:38
And are you still doing your podcast two times a month,

Julie Coraccio 27:42
I am I’m doing Clear Your Clutter inside and out the podcast, I’ve stopped gone down to two episodes, just because with life, and with the Patreon channel, that’s for people who you know, are kind of a little more serious about moving forward and get a little more support. And so they’ll get bonus episodes and more. No, I

Rachel Seavey 27:59
think that’s really great. I mean, you’ve been working for years, it’s just giving away, advice weekly, for free, I think it makes a lot of sense for you to get more of a subscription or a membership base.

Julie Coraccio 28:12
Thank you. And, and I say that for you, and anyone who has a product that, you know, a lot of times we think we want everything for free, but you have no skin in the game, when you get it for free. So you are less likely to take action before and I want to revolution I want everyone clear in their clutter. I want to live in a world where we’re sharing our gifts, we’re passionate about what we’re doing, we’re loving on one another and we’re not in that world right now. That if you don’t make the investment, not everyone I’m saying you sometimes you can be motivated, no people will do things. And then they are able to do it on the on their own, but not all the time. And there needs to be an equal exchange of energy. Like if you put something together, love offering or whatever you want to call it. But you know, I have have really jumped on that recently. Because I thought you gotta walk your talk. You tell your clients this all the time. And it’s important. And if I want to say if you get something for free, share the product, write a review, you know, recommend it do things that still amount to an equal exchange your energy.

Rachel Seavey 29:13
Exactly. And if people are watching this on YouTube, they can definitely subscribe. They can subscribe to you subscribe to

Julie Coraccio 29:22
you. Yes, right? Share the video, share the

Rachel Seavey 29:25
video. It’s really important to us when you all share our advice and stuff because we really put a lot into it. I mean, right now what I got up at six o’clock on a Sunday morning to put out this show, which is free. And so so I like what you’re doing, Julie, I think that people really could learn a lot from this book. I think that it’s a definite must read, whether it’s an ebook or whether it’s in person like I have, and I look forward to using some of these prompts in the future with you We could do something I think

Julie Coraccio 30:01
Rachel and I are gonna have something exciting down the road guys. We’re not going to reveal it now, but we write up than in the past and work really well together. I think we have, we’re cooking up something that I think everyone would enjoy.

Rachel Seavey 30:14
Definitely. Let’s so wonderful to talk to you to see you. And I hope people get your book and of course review it once they’ve gotten it.

Julie Coraccio 30:24
Thank you. It’s always a pleasure. No, I love hanging out with you. You keep it real like I do. And I appreciate the opportunity to share my books because I’m super passionate about them.

Rachel Seavey 30:35
Yeah, definitely. And they’re they’re definitely worthwhile picking up love it.

Julie Coraccio 30:41
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