On today's episode, we have the inspiring, strong, and multi-talented Amanda Kloots on the show! And her new book is out today too! Written by Amanda & her sister, Anna Kloots, Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero, reflects on love, loss and life in a beautiful and profound way.
As Amanda discusses with Rachel in this episode, she tragically lost her husband, Nick Cordero, to Covid-19 a year ago, and writing this book actually helped her through her grieving process. This is a heartfelt conversation that honestly discusses grief and loss while honoring Amanda & Nick’s love story, so please be sure to listen.
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