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Books To Read in Your 20s

Posted: 14 June 2022 12:01 am
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From career help to sex ed, Sal & Al share their killer book recommendations to help you get through your 20s.

If there's one thing Sal and Al love more than online shopping, it's reading. The gals recommend the page-turners that have shaped their twenties (so far!). Sal shares the book everyone should read at the start of their 20s and Al shares the sxc time manual that everyone needs on their bookshelves.

LISTEN TO EP#217

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LINKS & RECEIPTS

The Space Between

101 Essays to Change the Way You Think

I Didn't Do the Thing Today

The Sex Ed You Never Had

Seize the Yay

PRODUCT RECOMMENDATIONS

Kmart Electric Blanket

Kmart Diffuser

Alpha H Generation Glow Daily Resurfacing Essence

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CREDITS

Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan

Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh

Editor: Bamby Media

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