Podcasts have become very popular in the last few years and they're definitely something I've been tuning into a lot more whether it's while I'm putting on my makeup, doing my skincare routine or traveling a long distance. Below you'll find five of my favourite current podcasts to listen to.
Meghan Rienks: Don’t Blame Me
“Questionable advice from a fellow work in progress.”
Lily Pebbles and Anna Gardener: At Home With . . .
“Your home says so much about you - where you’ve travelled, who you’ve met, and the kind of person you are. We’re Lily and Anna, lifestyle content creators. We’ve asked people we admire to open their front doors and talk about their lives, by taking a tour of their homes to discover who they really are. We’ve riffled through their wardrobes, nosed through their fridges and even scrolled through their Sky+ recordings, to shed some light on their fascinating lives.”
Ingrid Nilsen and Cat Valdes: Ladies Who Lunch
“Ladies Who Lunch lets you sit at the table and explore topics often left out of polite conversation with YouTubers Ingrid Nilsen and Cat Valdes. Write in to join their dialogue about sex, relationships, social phobias and more as they approach life’s dilemmas with compassion and a sense of humour. New episodes every week.”
Aileen Xu: The Lavendaire Lifestyle
“Life is an art. Make it your masterpiece. The Lavendaire Lifestyle is the podcast on lifestyle design for millennials. Hosted by lifestyle blogger and YouTube Aileen Xu, this podcast highlights stories of personal growth, life lessons and inspiration on how to create your dream life. New episodes released every Sunday.”
Dr Ezzie Spencer: Lunar Abundance
“Dr Ezzie Spencer is the creator of Lunar Abundance and the author of ‘An Abundant Life: Flourishing with the Cycles of the Moon’. This is her podcast for women who want to create more joy, ease and abundance, using practical strategies, imaginative ideas, and a sprinkle of magic. In each episode, Ezzie delves into topics and listener questions about how to live and work in feminine flow, with accompanying mediations and play sheets.”