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Directionally Challenged
A podcast about realigning your internal compass. 30-something women asking life's questions and learning from the people who just might have the answers.
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5.0 stars from 3,937 ratings
By far the best!!!!!
I don’t listen to podcast but this one gets me though the day I listen to everywhere, at work, driving and even before I go to bed! You should do a pod cast with Joseph Morgan!
Well shy via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/16/19
I really enjoy you guys being so honest about everything. Some of the topics you talked about I can relate, so thanks for making me feel better by knowing I’m not the only one struggling with all this stuff. Can’t wait for more!!!
Wik_b via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 06/13/19
Candice and Kayla
These ladies are fabulous so relatable!! I always enjoy listening to them!!
Dmartphl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/12/19
Recent Episodes
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Published 06/17/19
Welcome to Season 2 of Directionally Challenged! Actress and our co-star from, “The Vampire Diaries” Nina Dobrev shares her journey on how she went from modeling to actress, what it was like to turn 30, and what drives her adventurous side. Follow...
Published 06/10/19
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Published 06/03/19
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