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For those on a journey to live their best-wholehearted life. 

The Simply Wholehearted Podcast offers godly perspective from various authors, teachers, leaders, and pastors to help you discover your purpose and craft simple plans for your best life. 


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Mar 18, 2017

When the clothes that fill up your closet don't seem to work the way they used to or like they did at the store; what's a girl to do?!

We lead complex lives and have enough worries throughout the day, we don't need to clutter our mind with difficult clothing decisions.

Kelly Snyder from Adore Your Wardrobe shares with us her journey from frustration to freedom with her closet and how she can help us with ours!

During our conversation she gives us the low-down on 'Rule of Four' outfits which is in her free video you can sign up for at Adore Your Wardrobe. This is how to put together Pinterest-worthy outfits. She also give us the reassurance that everyone can have a closet they love, no matter if you process natural clothing coordination talent. I've learned so much from her course and so excited for you to have the same experience!

Our guest Kelly Snyder is a wardrobe coach and fully qualified to share on this fun yet frustrating topic. We are sure you'll listen and be empowered to be approach your closet in a different way. It's really about science and math and she'll break down all the steps.

Connect with Kelly at Adore Your Wardrobe 

Not ready to tackle the closet, but want to find more time for you? Find our Soul Time Inventory here 

Connect with Amy at SimplySummer on Facebook 

or find more ideas at Simply Summer Fun

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A HUGE thank you to the multi-talented Andrew Wray for our catchy tune and everything sound related, which made this podcast possible.