My current favourite podcasts

Hi, I am Courtney, and I am a podcast junkie.

I assume I am not alone. I probably listen to at least an hour of podcasts every day. Although I still like my silent walks, a podcast can be a great way to get from point A to point B. It can also be excellent for someone like myself with no cable to speak of.


Here are four of the podcasts that I look forward to popping up in my feed every week:

  1. HerMoney with Jean Chatzky. hermoney-3000x3000.jpgFor someone who doesn’t have a lot of investment knowledge such as myself, this financial podcast is a great intro. It is fun and approachable, which I realize sounds oxymoronic when it comes to money matters. Trust me, ladies. You will want to listen.
  2. The School of Greatness with Lewis Howeslewis_podcast_largeThis former pro-football player invites all of the movers and the shakers and the people who work really, really hard to get where they are at. He gives insightful advice for how to get further in your career, from social media tricks to public speaking skills. When I listen to it, I feel charged to keep my eyes on the prize.
  3. The Good Life Project.avatars-000181682718-mm4bu5-t500x500Jonathan Fields is the kind of feel good person that makes you believe that there is more good than bad in the world, and what is more important than that, especially in our era of bad news? A yogi and entrepreneur who identifies as an introvert, Fields has inspiring guests who talk about how they build lives of “fierce connection, profound meaning and radiant joy.”
  4. Happier with Gretchen Rubin1200x630bfGretchen Rubin is the author of The Happiness Project. Her podcast is with her sister “the sage” Elizabeth, and the two of them discuss happiness hacks and stumbling blocks. They even give themselves demerit points and gold stars for things that have subtracted from or added to their current happiness levels. It always gives me good ideas for how I can keep joy within my busy life.

I will do one just with the yoga podcasts in another post.

The fact that I have so many may be the sign that I have a problem…

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