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112 - Stephanie Bousley - Buy the Avocado Toast

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In Ep. 112, Tim talks with Stephanie Bousley - author of the upcoming book "Buy the Avocado Toast: A Guide to Crushing Student Debt, Making More $$, & Living Your Best Life".  They discuss Stephanie's journey with student debt, how she paid it down using unconventional methods, and how the book helps readers do the same.  They also discuss the intertwined nature of someone's self-worth and net worth, and how they can work on improving both at the same time!

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