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The Papaya Podcast
The Papaya Podcast is a weekly show where your host, Sarah Nicole, dishes out some sweetness mixed in with some seeds of wisdom. Get ready to get inspired, get candid, and get real, because we are all in this digital space together.
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4.8 stars from 3,560 ratings
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I adore Sarah and the topics she brings up in this podcast. She is so relatable and down to earth and I really enjoy listening to this podcast. However, some of the more recent episodes have been a lot more of Sarah talking and answering her own questions rather than hearing from the guests on...Read full review »
BrokenHearted. via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/04/22
Great topics and guests, but let your guests talk!! Sarah takes over the conversation and talks a LOT - adding her own long-winded personal anecdotes or experiences.
Iz74 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/13/22
I thought it was going to listen about fitness. Did not need to hear Sarah bragging about how much money she spend in Disneyland and how little she values money. Very unrelatable, made me cringe.
--...---... via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/05/22
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