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FOUR PODCASTS TO ENCOURAGE WOMEN

motivationJenny @ Coffee + Honeycomb4 Comments

I've gotten really into podcasts lately (welcome to the 21st century, Jenny).

They totally feed my type-A personality and make me feel productive no matter what I'm doing. I usually have one on all the time now; while I'm driving, sitting on a plane,  cleaning the house, getting ready, or even checking emails at work. It makes it really easy to multitask if you're doing something repetitive or handsfree. I found a couple of really good ones so I wanted to share them with you. :) They've all inspired, motivated, taught me something in one way or another, so I hope they can add something to your day as well. 

Below are the links if you're reading this from your desktop, but you can easily access from mobile too! (Which is usually what I'm on.) I included my favorite stations as well as a couple of episodes to get you started.

THE LIVELY SHOW

Jess invites many (relatable but TOTALLY INCREDIBLE) business owners, entrepreneurs, and designers to chat about intentional living. If you're looking for somewhere to start...

CATALYST PODCAST

Catalyst interviews different Christian leaders, speakers, and authors to discuss practical leadership and and cultural insights. If you're looking for somewhere to start...

CROSS POINT CHURCH

Pete Wilson is an incredible pastor and speaker, and all of his sermons are rich with nuggets of spiritual wisdom and truth and love while being digestible the whole time.

SERIAL

Surprise, surprise this is here. It probably won't encourage you but entertain you like crazy.

If you haven't listened to this yet, I'm sure you've heard articles, spoofs, etc. regarding this. Serial is a true life story about a murder mystery that took place in Baltimore in 1999. This will keep you on the edge of your seat and super frustrated the whole time, it's worth a listen. It's in chronological order so I would discourage hopping around. (Which is what I did because I was getting impatient.)

Let me know how you like them! If you have any other favorites, I'd love to check them out so please share them below. I'm always on the hunt for new stations. :)

xoxo.