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Unapologetically Lazy w/ Laura Belgray

In this episode, Candice is joined by professional copywriter, author, and unapologetic “lazy” person Laura Belgray. As a late bloomer herself, Laura knows the struggle to find meaning and purpose in life when it’s just so much easier not to really bother. It’s completely fine to have no clue what you’re doing. In fact, it’s f-in awesome as long as you’re doing something. And it’s never too late to switch it up, try something new, or do the one thing you’ve always wanted to but might’ve not had the confidence until now. 

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