Podcasts are all the rage right now and it seems like everyone has one. There’s literally one for every subject under the sun. My subscription list contains everything from true crime and politics to design and the Babysitter’s Club (no seriously it exists!). One of the most popular subjects is health and wellness. There’s nothing like having a modern-day radio program give you a new perspective on ways to improve your wellbeing.
- The Good Life Project – Jonathan Fields (and guests) share stories and explore the ways to live a happier life. Whether it’s love, confidence, success or happiness this podcast touches on a variety of subjects with the intent on making your life just a little bit better.
- The Lively Show – Jess Lively’s weekly podcast dives into aspects of our personal lives from relationships to careers and helps us live a better life by setting more intention.
- TED Radio Hour – A weekly podcast by Guy Raz which collects TED Talks and guests based on a particular theme. It offers differing perspectives on a variety of subjects from all ends of the spectrum. If you have watched TED Talks in the past, you’ll absolutely love this. It will inspire and share interesting takes and ideas on common subjects.
- That’s So Retrograde – Stephanie and Elizabeth interview wellness experts and explore new wellness concepts on their journey of life. Through their guests listeners learn new wellness techniques to try, practices to consider, and how to increase mindfulness overall. It’s a real life take on the twists and turns of life.
Podcasts not your jam? Check out my new #TBT playlist on Spotify. Take a journey in the way, way back machine to a simpler time filled with songs from my years in high school. I made it with my friends in mind plus there’s been a lot of exploration of our formative years and what makes us who we are. This playlist comes from a time where photos of Jesse Lacey were taped in all my notebooks, and where my carefully crafted AIM away message was Starting Line lyrics in a that horrible magenta color.
Listen here —–> Spotify