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Episode 15 – Declutter Inside & Out

Show Notes

Julie Coraccio, an award-winning professional organizer and author talks about how clutter affects you mentally, physically and emotionally. She is passionate about supporting people in creating the life they deserve and desire by clearing clutter and getting organized so they can be unencumbered and can share their gifts with the world.

In this episode she provides great insight on what your clutter means. She also gives great tips to get you started on your decluttering journey! If you need a little extra push, connect with Julie or join the community of Josieologists for an upcoming 30-Day Declutter Challenge by clicking this button:

Learn More about Today’s Guest:
Julie’s Website: Reawaken Your Brilliance
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Catch her podcast on YouTube or your favorite podcast listening app.

Apps & Websites Mentioned in this Episode

Evernote – note taking app and website that helps you organize your thoughts.
Stickk – app and website to help you stick to your commitments; helps you form habits.
Beeminder – app and website for goal tracking

Books

Julie has authored several books and workbooks to help you declutter both your outward clutter as well as your inward clutter. To see a list of her titles, click here.

My “favorite books” list is ever growing. You can keep track of it by clicking here. This list also includes books mentioned in the various episodes. Have a book you’d like to recommend? Click here to tell me about it!

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