We’re heading into the final month of the first quarter of 2022. It’s a good time to reflect on promises we made going into the year of change and committing to the things we want in life. February might have been the month where you fell off the fitness plan you’d started or not finished that book you’d begun to read.
Regardless of what your ‘new year, new goal’ was, it’s okay to not have achieved it or fallen off the wagon sooner than you thought. Hence why I’ve put together some of my favourite podcasts that help me to remain inspired, entertained and remind me I’m human as I attempt to get back on the horse.
Hosted by Candice King and Kayla Ewell. A podcast about realigning your internal compass. This podcast has 30-something women asking life’s questions and learning from the people who just might have the answers. LISTEN NOW on Acast or other podcast players >>
The Shift On Life After 40 with Sam Baker
The Shift is a podcast that aims to tell the truth about being a woman post-40, created and hosted by journalist and author Sam Baker. In this week’s episode, First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon joins Sam to talk about what it means to be a 50-something woman in the corridors of power. From having to work twice as hard to be taken half as seriously, to why a little self-doubt is good for you. LISTEN NOW on Acast or other podcast players >>
The Lazy Genius
Being a person can be challenging, so be a genius about the things that matter — and lazy about the things that don’t. The Lazy Genius welcomes you into an easier way of living, from cooking to making friends, and Barbara Brown Taylor coined the phrase “what’s saving my life right now,” and I love the idea of thinking beyond favourites and splurges to find what’s grounding us and making us feel like ourselves. LISTEN NOW on Acast or other podcast players >>
The Angry Therapist podcast
John Kim delivers self-help and therapy in 10 minutes or less in The Angry Therapist. John’s path has led him to become a pioneer in self-help, humanising the therapist by showing himself and practising transparency. LISTEN NOW on Acast or other podcast players >>
Life Lessons from Sport and Beyond with Simon Mundie
Each week Simon Mundie sits down with an expert, from the biggest sporting names in the world to former Buddhist monks, neuroscientists, psychologists and philosophers. They discuss a theme that tells us something insightful about life and how best to live it, from the importance of self-acceptance, to facing addiction and developing resilience. LISTEN NOW on Acast or other podcast players >>
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