Over the past year I've become a podcast junkie. I listen to my podcasts while out for my walks and there are a few that I can't live without.
Since we're all kicking off the New Year with me healthy habits, I thought I'd share my podcast playlist with you!
Comment below or find me on social media with your favorite podcast suggestions.
#1: THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER'S AWARDS CHATTER WITH SCOTT FEINBERG
Why listen: It's truly fascinating to hear the behind-the-scenes and personal stories of our favorite celebrities, writers, producers, directors, and content creators.
Plus, Scott Feinberg hosting style is enviable and you can truly feel his connection to both the audience and the interviewee.
#2: REVISIONIST HISTORY WITH MALCOLM GLADWELL
Why listen: Not only is Malcolm Gladwell one of my favorite authors, but his podcast challenges us to rethink what we think we know about pivotal moments in history. In a world where perception dictates our reality, this podcast will shift your perspective on almost everything, including McDonald's french fries and desegregation of schools during the Civil Rights Movement.
#3: SUPER SOUL SUNDAY WITH OPRAH WINFREY
Why listen: Personally, Oprah Winfrey is the blueprint of how I want to shape my life and career, but the way in which she marries spirituality and science with some of the world's most influential minds takes the cake.
Not only do you get inspired and your creative tank re-filled, you also get to learn about the journeys, both the ups and the downs, of the most captivating people across entertainment, sports, politics, publishing, spirituality, and more.
#4: FAMILY GHOSTS WITH SAM DINGHAM
Why listen: If you ever thought that your family was dysfunctional, you'll feel right at home with this podcast. Sam explores the mysteries that haunt families from did a mother start a fire that killed her 19-year old son to the story of his own grandfather that went wild with a one-eyed freedom fighter turned jewelry thief.
It makes me thankful for my crazy family!
#5: STUFF YOU SHOULD KNOW
Why listen: I think the title speaks for itself, but this podcast breaks down daily things that we should know into easily digestible bits. It'll make for great conversation from first dates to the holiday dinner tables.