Hey there! Today I’m sharing my seven favorite podcasts with y’all.
Are you a podcast listener? I started listening to podcasts on the regular about a year or so ago, and this last school year, they were a lifesaver during long, traffic-jammed commutes. Not only are podcasts great for the car (or while doing dishes or pulling weeds), taking a leisurely walk with a podcast is one of my favorite self-care activities.
If you’re not a podcast listener but want to be, maybe you’ll find a few in the list of my seven favorite podcasts below to start you off!
Intuitive eating and body positivity:
This is one of the very first podcasts I ever listened to, and the way I learned about intuitive eating and health at every size. Super duper recommend. Christy always asks the best questions and I learn so much from the conversations she has with her amazing guests.
This podcast radiates positivity. There are lots of episodes on intuitive exercise and movement, so if that’s something you struggle with/are interested in, this podcast is for you.
Julie Dillon is the literal greatest. Listeners write in letters to food, and Julie (and sometimes another guest) discuss them. So if you want to write a letter about your food struggles, send it on over to The Love, Food Podcast!
I’m fairly new to Georgie’s blog and podcast, but I’m already one of like a million raving fans. She discusses health, life, and relationships in a relatable way. You’ll feel like you’re listening to a conversation with your best friend. For reals.
Davida of The Healthy Maven blog interviews guests on various topics about health and life. I love how she makes sure her listeners know that health is not to be approached as one size fits all.
You know Bjork and Lindsay from Pinch of Yum. This podcast has been so, so, so helpful to me as I’ve been delving into the blogosphere. I went from knowing absolutely nothing (SEO, what’s that?) to having enough knowledge to feel like I can do stuff without freaking out (that’s a big deal). Like seriously, I would pay money for all the information jam-packed into the episodes. If you don’t have a food or recipe blog, it’s still super helpful. Even if you don’t have a blog all all, you might find it interesting.
This writing podcast is both inspirational and practical. It’s casual in the best way and doesn’t make me feel like I need to send out twice a week newsletters or update my LinkedIn profile weekly to be a writer. Yay. The conversations by the four hosts (including my favorite author, Emily P. Freeman) focus not only on content creation, marketing, and all that nitty gritty stuff, but on life as a writer. Love.
Hope you found something new to listen to in my list of seven favorite podcasts!
Question: What are your favorite podcasts? I’m always on the prowl for new listening material and I’d LOVE to hear what you like!!!