We are launching a best podcasts series because – hello I LOVE me some podcasts! Today’s round up is of the Best Podcasts for Women.
Where are my podcast fans at? I love me a good podcast. Since I work at home, after my audible credits are up for the month – my next go to is podcasts. I have probably 10-15 that I regularly listen to.
Podcasts on the Lawn Mower
Random fact – in the spring and summer, I love mowing our lawn. A few years ago we moved to the country. We have 2 acres and with a zero turn mower, it’s actually fun and stress relieving to mow the law. Yes, I know it sounds nutty and no, it’s not some kind of ploy for my husband to get out of it. I really do enjoy it.
When you have a house full of 4 kids – it’s a wonderful thing seeing that when I mow the lawn, the kids can’t just go make the grass instantly grow back and mess it up (unlike the house cleaning situation!) Bonus – it’s the perfect time to listen to podcasts. So my lawn mowing season drastically increases how many podcasts I listen to.
Best Podcasts for Women
Starting this best podcasts series off, we are talking BEST podcasts for WOMEN! GIRL POWER. Let’s dive in and look at our favorite listens.
Well there you have it. Our picks for Best Podcasts for Women. Stay tuned, next up – to go along with our Lent Experiment – we’ll be sharing our the Best Christian Podcasts.
NPR has a series of podcasts called Life Kit. I've listened to them all, but the main ones I'd like to focus the female attention to is MONEY. I feel like money is something that all women (hello, really all people but we are talking women) - need to know about. It's a practical guide to finances. I learned so many new things, this definitely makes my list of best podcasts for women.
NPR Life Kit has a Parenting series coming out that I am sure will be a fascinating listen, as well!
Every Wednesday, you can catch Women Rule. Hosted by Playbook co-author Anna Palmer - listen to personal stories of successful women.
AKA TTFA - this fabulous podcasts is hosted by author and widow Nora McInerny. Terrible, Thanks for Asking is a funny/sad/uncomfortable podcast about talking honestly about pain and awkwardness. Just listened to episode #64 WWJD?
For us nerdy women - I give you Nerdette podcast. Nerdette provides a safe space to nerd out.
I mean, OPRAH - need I say more. It's Oprah in deep conversation with an assortment of lovely people talking all the things. Of course, she pulls out the beautiful.
The author of The Happiness Project and Happier at Home, Gretchen Rubin brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast.
TED Talks all the time. Listen to a new TED Talk every day with TED's daily podcast - appropriately named, TED Talks Daily.
How is this for a tag line? What happens when women break the rules? Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin investigate how sisters are doin' it for themselves in spite of all those unwritten but all-too-real bullsh*t expectations of how we should live our lives. Each episode starts with a question that C&C tackle through their trademark obsessive research, stories from rule-breakin’ ladies and a solid dose of delightful feminist rage.
Brought to you by HowStuffWorks.com - Stuff Mom Never Told You podcast explores womanhood, gender and sex with relentless curiosity. Hosted by Bridget Todd and Anney Reese.
Women and money - that's what you will hear on Her Money Podcast. Hosted by award-winning broadcaster Sheri Lynch and Certified Financial Planner Kris Carroll, this isn't your typical boring financial show. Her Money explores the money issues that women face (or don't face)
on a daily basis.
The Good Life Project Podcast is a weekly podcast that shares inspirational, intimate and disarmingly-unfiltered conversations about living a fully-engaged, fiercely-connected and purpose-drenched life.
Tell Us Your Favorite Podcasts!
Now it’s your turn to spill the beans. Tell us your favorite podcasts! I’m always looking for new shows to follow. Looking forward to hearing what you are listening to!
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