Two Broke Chicks Podcast Episode #113: 21 things we learnt in 2021

Posted: 16 December 2021 12:15 am
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Sal and Al reflect on the last 12 months and dish the life lessons they picked up during the dumpster fire that was 2021.

Between going into lockdown (again), La Niña and Kim K's MET Gala look, 2021 was chaotic energy to say the least. The silver lining of the lows are that we've learnt a helluva lot this year.

To toast the end of year, and season one of the pod, Sal and Al share the 21 lessons they learned in 2021.

From solid money saving tips and relationship advice, to sage wisdom like "gate crash a party" and "flirt with your friends", this episode is chockas with laughs and life lessons.

Sit back, relax and let's say sayonara to 2021, chickies.

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CREDITS

  • Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan
  • Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh
  • Editor: Bamby Media

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