Podcasts have become an incredible resource in my life. I listen to them when I’m walking my dog, folding laundry, doing dishes, sweeping the floor, and driving.I love that podcasts make these mundane tasks much more interesting. I can learn something new and find entertainment anywhere at anytime.
I’m always open to finding new and interesting podcasts to listen to. I love getting podcast recommendations, so I thought I’d share my current favorites. Here they are!
Daphne Oz and Hilaria Baldwin, two moms with ten young kids between them, are the hosts of Mom Brain. This podcast covers various topics about motherhood and parenting. I find Mom Brain light-hearted and funny, and I learn quite a bit from the experts they interview. I especially love the episodes about pediatric nutrition, child psychology, and home organization with kids.
Diane Sanfilippo and Cassy Joy Garcia, two business owners, host Driven. They talk about all aspects of building a business and I really enjoy their conversations.
I’m new to this podcast hosted by Guy Raz, but I have really enjoyed the stories of the companies featured.
Brooke Castillo, a life coach who has built a career teaching others how to make their dreams come true, is the host of The Life Coach School Podcast. I have no experience with life coaching, but wow, do I benefit from this podcast. I really love her approach to time management and enjoy the “Monday hour one” and “Throw away your to do list” episodes, especially. The episode on Tolerating is also amazing.
Old Fashioned On Purpose is hosted by modern homesteader Jill Winger. I live nothing close to a homestead life, but I enjoy Jill’s take on cooking, gardening, and parenting. Her recent episodes on gardening have gotten me prepared for my summer 2021 garden.
Two friends, Jen and Jill, host the Frugal Friends Podcast. In each episode they discuss articles and their own approaches to saving money on various topics. I consider myself a frugal-ish person and this podcast is full of good ideas. I find the podcast encouraging and motivating and especially loved the episodes on food waste, student loan forgiveness, and saving for college.
Afford Anything has taught me so much about personal finance. Before listening, I found financial terminology overwhelming. The host, Paula Pant, covers personal finance, investing, and the psychology of spending money. She has a way of explaining complex topics in a simple way, not an easy feat. My favorite episodes are her “Ask Paula” episodes where listeners call in with their personal questions.
What are your favorite podcasts?
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