If you’re like me, then you always need some sound going on in the background. I am listening to something from the minute that I wake up to right before I fall asleep at night. Something is always playing through the speakers of my car, and my phone is always
connected to the Bluetooth speaker when I’m cleaning the house. For the longest time, I would only listen to music no matter what
I was doing. Now I still love and do listen to my country music, but I wanted to branch out and try something new. So I started listening to podcasts. I thought that it would just be background noise, but that was not the case. I have learned new things and laughed so hard my stomach hurt. Now because my goal of this blog overall is to help women become their best selves, I thought that I would share with you 5 must-listen-to podcasts.
1)Office Ladies: Jenna Fisher (Pam) and Angela Kinsey (Angela) are doing a rewatch of The Office and giving you an inside look behind the scenes of one of the greatest shows! I have always been such a big fan of The Office, and I was so excited when I learned that two cast members were going to host their own podcast about the show.
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2) Don’t Blame Me!: YouTuber, Meghan Rienks, hosts a weekly call-in advice podcast. She is hilarious, honest, and very blunt. She gives advice on relationships, sex, friendships, and mental wellness. She frequently has special guests to co-host the show with her, so every episode is different.
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3)Kalyn’s Coffee Talk: Kalyn hosts a motivating and uplifting podcast to help get your morning off on the right foot, or to help you wind down at the end of the day. She covers topics such as wellness, mental health, and learning to live your best life. I typically listen to this podcast first thing in the morning, and at the end of the day when I am going through my nightly routine.
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I asked on my readers on Instagram a couple of weeks ago what podcasts they recommend and if I liked the podcast then I would include it on my post! Well, I got quite a few responses from you all (Thank you for that!) and there were a couple of podcasts that I definitely enjoyed listening too.
4) Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Allie Beth Stuckey dives into the latest in culture, news, theology, and politics from a conservative perspective. She has the sweetest upbeat voice and is such a relatable person, hence the name of her podcast!
5) WHOA, THAT’S GOOD!: Sadie Robertson has been a role model to me since middle school and I had no idea she had a podcast! She has meaningful conversations with musicians, authors, and speakers. Sadie asks them all the same question: “What is the greatest piece of advice you’ve been given?”
Let me know in the comments or shoot me a message if you listen to any of these podcasts or if you have any recommendations for me!