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    The Bestie Breakdown: Episode 4


    , The Bestie Breakdown: Episode 4

    UPDATE: Whew!  Well, my week got away from me, so I don’t have a Friday post this week (or Monday next week!).  I’ll see you all back here on Tuesday though!!  Happy weekend!! xo Shay

    It’s Episode 4 of our podcast THE BESTIE BREAKDOWN!

    I feel like I need a million disclaimers before you listen to today’s episode.  First, I’m so sorry that the music was too loud/distracting/annoying last time.  We heard you loud and clear and today it’s toned down.  I know I say this all the time, but this whole podcast thing is COMPLETELY out of our wheelhouse, so it might take us an episode or two (or 45) to get it right.  Thank you for being patient as we learn!  Also, there were repeat problems with you guys not being able to find our podcast on iTunes/whatever platform you like but (and that’s a big but), it should be worked out now.  You can always listen right here on our sites (below!) if you can’t find it on your favorite platform, but we located the snag last time, and it should be corrected.  Whew!

    On today’s episode, Erika asked her readers questions for us, so it’s a little Q&A session!  We answer all sorts of random things from you guys, so sit back, sip your coffee and take a listen 🙂 .

    Don’t forget, you can catch our previous episodes below:
    EPISODE 3
    EPISODE 2
    EPISODE 1

    Happy Thursday!!  Listen below!  xo

    , The Bestie Breakdown: Episode 4



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