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School of Life

A self improvement, education podcast from Jaye Washington
Website: http://schooloflifepod.libsyn.com/website

The School of Life podcast is a transparent and uncut safe space about all things “adulting” and growth.

The truth is that “adulting” is weirdly uncomfortable and no one prepared us for the wild ride! But no worries; wiith Miss Jaye’s transparent candor, knowledgeable guests, and invaluable resources, this podcast will help you thrive and survive as you navigate this adult thing. This is the course you enroll in for all the things college never taught you, but life will!

Join your host and friend, Miss Jaye, as she offers practical advice and raw insight from her own life, plus the knowledge of professionals, all to help you take the reigns of adulthood with confidence!

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