How are you being self caring?  If you are like me and you are on a journey to a more healthier you, you may have already learned that this involves a lot of self care.  Working out, healthy eating and meal prep are all ways that you are taking care of yourself.  I wanted to introduce you to one of my favorite ways to be self caring.  I love to listen to Podcasts that are about personal growth, health and happiness.  

Here are a few of my favorite podcasts.  Just click on the images below to give them a listen.

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Want to learn ways to get happier?  Then happier with Gretchen Rubin is for you.  She co-hosts with her little sister and they give great advice and life hacks to help you manage your day to day life.  Anywhere from conquering “dump zones’ to answering questions sent in from listeners.  There is definitely a lot of value to this one.

Dr. Jen Riday has something really special with this show.  She brings on successful women to share their stories and give you tips to live by to help you live more happily.  One of my favorite parts of the show is towards the end of the interview Dr. Riday asks her guests some great questions.  She asks them “what is your favorite kitchen gadget?, what is the best advice you ever received, and what would you challenge my listeners to do?”  These are just a few but they are great and thought provoking and the challenges at the end are really nice.  I suggest listening to this one with a pen and paper for some notes! 

Last but certainly not least is The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes.  This Podcast is definitely one of my favorites.  I have been listening for a while and I can tell you that Lewis brings some amazing guests on.  Some of my favorites have been Tony Robbins, Mel Robbins (no relation, that I know of), and JP Sears just to name a few.  He also does small podcasts with quick motivational speeches that I absolutely love.  One of his Five Minute Friday Podcasts literally was the reason I started my blog.  You can click here to listen to it:Episode 459 – Set a Big Goal  I listened to it every morning for a little over a week.  I have it saved so when I feel frustrated with my weight loss or any life goals I can get my mind right again. 

I hope you enjoyed these podcasts as much as I do.  They are so full of valuable information and are really helpful to me not only with regards to weight loss but every day life.  Do you have a favorite Podcast that teaches and motivates you?  I would love to hear about it in the comments below. 

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6 thoughts on “Why Some Podcasts are Part of My Self Care

  1. Zackery Williams says:

    Great insight! I believe self caring needs to be high on everyone’s priority list. YouTube videos are what assisted me to acheving my fitness goals. I will definitely have to check out some of the podcasts you mentioned. I heard of Tony Robbins. But, never listened to any of his podcasts.

  2. I usually don’t listen to podcasts, but I do listen to something similar: the sermons from my church. Like your podcasts, I think they are really refreshing, make me think, and overall make me happier. I am glad that you find something of value in the podcasts that you listen to though.

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