My 5 favourite podcasts

On Wednesday I wrote about how I’m using more audio in my life.

One of those things is listening to podcasts so it’s only right that I share 5 of my favourites with you today:

1. Elise gets crafty

I love this podcast and have listened to it most consistently. She is a goals girl like I am and I love listening to her talk on creativity, business, goals, etc.

ELISE GETS CRAFTY

2. Hopeologie

The Nester, her sister and her dad. LOVE this one. I am really tempted to subscribe to get their paid podcast too. If this 20-something minute one is so fun, imagine a full-length one 🙂

Hope*ologie

3. HappierGretchen Rubin and her sister

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

I listen to this one with Dion in the car because it’s short – between 20 and 25 minutes – and super fun. Give it a try.

Best? Gretchen has amazing instructions so hers was the easiest podcast for someone like me to subscribe to 🙂 That’s how I learnt about the podcast app.

I mentioned on Wednesday that I’ve just bought her latest book. Here’s the 4 tendencies post too 🙂

4. The Lively Show

A new-to-me blogger, I don’t know why, but she is amazing. Like my younger, more successful sister 🙂 because she talks about living with intention too.

She really has a great interviewing style and I so enjoy listening to these podcasts.
The Lively Show

5. The Big Boo Cast

This one is pure fun. I love Southernisms so I really just listen for the accents while tidying my study and so on 🙂 But I have read each of their first books

The Big Boo Cast

I don’t subscribe to all of them in itunes because when a new one is released it gets downloaded (and chews up your storage) immediately.

Tell me about your favourite podcasts.

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Comments

  1. As usual, we are on the same wavelength! I have not heard of any of these podcasts, so thanks for the new ideas!!!

  2. Thanks for this! I love new podcast recommendations. I subscribed to Elise Gets Crafty today, heard my first episode and loved it. Thanks!!!

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