{listening} podcast addict

I just talked about audio books, and I do enjoy those, but what's streaming through my AirPods more often than audio books are podcasts. I am completely addicted to podcasts, and it feels like the rest of the world is too, because I keep finding more to listen to. Here are a few of my current favorites.

{listening lately}

Before Breakfast. This is a short, daily podcast with time-management guru Laura Vanderkam. I read and enjoyed her book I Know How She Does it, so when I found out she had a podcast I had to check it out. It is a quick listen--around 5 minutes--and each day she talks about a time management strategy or tip for living more intentionally. Her topics are broad, but to me this podcast is geared toward working moms/working women.

A Beautiful Mess. I have been reading A Beautiful Mess the blog for years, so when I heard they had a podcast I couldn't click "subscribe" fast enough. Elsie and Emma, the sisters behind the blog and brand, chat about everything from home decor to personality types. I love the casual, conversational style, and so far I have enjoyed every episode I've heard.

One Great Book. This one is from Anne Bogel, of Modern Mrs. Darcy blog and What Should I Read Next? podcast. In this short podcast, Anne discusses one book from her shelves and why she thinks it is "one great book." You know I can't resist adding to my TBR list.

Didn't I Just Feed You? This podcast is hosted by two moms and food editors and it's all about feeding your family. They share a lot of great tips and I love their episode themes, like leftovers, cooking for a crowd, and school lunch packing ideas.

1619. Four hundred years ago, a ship carrying over 20 enslaved Africans landed in what was then the English colony of Virginia. This 6-episode podcast series explores how that fateful landing broadly and irreversibly impacted the United States. This one is a departure from what I typically listen to, but it's been excellent so far.

10 Things to Tell You. This one is hosted by Laura Tremaine, who I first listened to when she was a cohost on the Sorta Awesome podcast (another favorite). Each episode has a theme, and Laura shares 10 things about that theme and encourages her listeners to share their responses as well. My favorite episodes are her book episodes, but she's done many other interesting ones as well, and I like her mix of lighthearted and deeper subjects.

Are there any podcasts you love that I should add to my list? 

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