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We're talking about our pet peeves and petty annoyances this week on The How to Be Awesome Podcast. Look, you can't be spiritual all the time, and sometimes things just piss you off. Let's get into it.
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This week Louise is professing her love for the breakfast biscuit and Renee is giving us another variation on a delicious grilled cheese.
This week's topic is where you all see us for the monsters we really are - we're talking about our pet peeves and petty annoyances. We can't be sunshine, lollipops and rainbows everyday! We're talking about bad drivers, music that makes us mad and noisy eaters. We also hear some of the listeners pet peeves as well.
This week Renee is releasing the need to do work on her holiday and Louise is releasing things in the past that she can't change. Louise is sharing her experience at the Spirits and Spells walking tour in New Orleans and Renee is feeling awesome about time off in the sunshine.
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