5 Podcasts I’m Loving Right Now

5 Podcasts I'm Loving Right Now

I’ll admit, a few years ago I jumped on the “Serial” bandwagon. Not only did I fall in love with the show, but it opened my eyes to the world of podcasts. Needless to say, I’ve been hooked ever since. I try to listen to a podcast every time I’m driving in the car or getting ready for the day. Today, I’m sharing a few that I’ve been listening to and loving. I’d love to hear in the comments any podcasts that you enjoy!

Monocycle: Monocycle is a podcast by Leandra Medine of Man Repeller. Her short, honest podcast tackles a range of topics—from productivity to her journey with infertility. I enjoy hearing Leandra’s sarcastic and to-the-point writing come to life on the air. I also really like “Oh Boy,” another podcast she produces (but doesn’t host). “Oh Boy” features in-depth conversations with interesting women.

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Coffee + Crumbs: As a new mom, I’m always on the hunt for podcasts and blogs that tackle motherhood. This new podcast, which is born from the popular blog of the same name, does just that and more.

Pardon My French By Garance Doré: I love artist, photographer and blogger Garance Doré’s work, so it’s no surprise that her podcast is equally as inspiring. She offers advice and insight into everything from summer travel ideas to moving to New York City. I especially enjoy her interviews with different creatives.

The Lively Show: This podcast is one of the first I started subscribing to after getting hooked on “Serial.” It’s tagline is: “Add a little extra intention to your every day.” Blogger Jess Lively inspires to do this through interviews covering a ton of different topics ranging from relationships and career advice to wellness and design. Our founder, Taylor, appeared on the show a few years ago (check it out here)!

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Cherry Bombe Radio: This podcast is a companion to the popular print magazine of the same title. Cherry Bombe celebrates women and food. It’s interesting and educational.

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Author: Caitlin Kruse

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