Podcasts have been around for decades, but they’re gaining in popularity each day. It’s incredibly popular in the self-help and professional development world. There is a podcast for just about everything, but it can be easy to get overwhelmed by the number of audios available. I’ve narrowed it down to some of my favorite podcasts every girl should binge!
Use this podcast as a chance to hang out with singer Jana Kramer. Punnily named Whine Down, this podcast is the equivalent of grabbing a glass of wine and winding down after a long day. Use it to decompress as Jana Kramer shares advice and personal experiences from her life. From singing to marriage to divorce to motherhood, she’s done it all.
BossBabe was created by the powerhouse duo Natalie and Danielle. They are behind one of the largest communities of female entrepreneurs. The podcast is their place to share the real behind the scenes of building a successful business. They’ll discuss how to balance it all and how to achieve your peak performance.
This podcast cuts through the fluff to have honest and meaningful conversations. Covering everything from business, life, and relationships, this entertaining podcast works to give real-life tools and tips to utilize your resources. It will help you grasp perspective in your life in order to take action in building the life you want and love.
Goal Digger podcast works in a live-workshop style to help listeners redefine what success means to them. This business podcast brings in experts to assist you on how to learn to do the work, dig in, and tackle your biggest goals.
In this podcast, Rachel Hollis — a New York Times Best-Selling author — hosts a series of bold conversations. She provides tangible tools to use in your business and your life. Hollis invites fellow business and personal development leaders to work to provide the listeners with real-life takeaways. If you are looking for a podcast with valuable and tactical tools to learn, this podcast is for you.
The DarrenDaily podcast was designed to work alongside the DarrenDaily morning mentor sessions. It’s an additional resource to turn ideas to practice and practice to success. Published 5 times a week, each episode gives you the advantage to gain success. While not specifically geared towards girls, this is a definite favorite podcasts every girl should binge!
For a podcast chock full of real talk, turn to Her Best F***ing Life. It’s packed full of topics including episodes about beauty, entrepreneurship, sobriety, and lifestyle. They will leave you full of inspiration, motivation, and so much more.
Dubbed the “the Ab Fab of the new age”, Elizabeth Kott and Stephanie Simbari effortlessly merge wellness and pop culture in their podcast That’s So Retrograde. In it, they seek out their authentic selves, discussing the latest wellness trends while bringing their listeners along for the ride.
New York Time’s best-selling author Brené Brown describes her podcast best as, “Episodes will include conversations with the people who are teaching me, challenging me, confusing me, or maybe even ticking me off a little.” She explores books, films, ideas, stories, and experiences of being human ranging from the brave moments to moments of heartbreak.
Liz Moody — a healthy cookbook author, editor, and wellness blogger — sits down each week with authors, actors, chefs, skincare experts, and other leaders to discuss the wellness world. Topics can range from anxiety, glowing skin, how to be happy, relationships, and autoimmune diseases. They will outline wellness tips, recipes, and discussions with each guess.
In this podcast, Oprah personally selects her interviews with best-selling authors, spiritual luminaries, health experts, and thought-leaders to discover and connect with the deeper meaning around you. This podcast can be used as a guide through life’s big questions and help bring you to your best self.
There you go! It’s a list of my favorite podcasts every girl should binge! Do you have any other suggestions for podcasts every girl should binge? Check out another article where I share my favorite professional/personal development books.