How does a trip to Ireland with a private car rental service and a beer-making class sound? Today we have all three of those for you, but presented as three awesome and financially sound separate stories. Today we feature three Stackers who all join us today to share their very personal money stories. First, we’ll share Sara’s story. She took a solo trip to Ireland that changed her outlook on her life and career (ultimately earning her much more money). The moves she made when she got home propelled her career far beyond what she’d imagined. Then we’ll pivot to Christopher who rents out his car on Turo and shares his experience so far. Last, Ryan Mac shares his homebrew experience and how he got into making beer. He even sent Joe and OG some samples to try!
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Our Potpourri Guests
Thanks to Sara Lohse, Christopher Thomas and Ryan Mac for joining out potpourri episode today.
Sara Lohse took a solo trip to Ireland that changed her career and outlook on life. She came back from the trip and made big moves in her career that have gotten her where she is today.
Christopher was looking for an additional income stream and started renting his car on Turo. Instead of using his personal car, he bought a car specifically to rent on Turo and he shares his experience with it.
Ryan Mac started brewing beer at home from a home brew kit he did with his dad and his hobby has turned into a fun passion project and side gig for him. Check out his Instagram page for more.
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