I have a confession. I am Theresa, and I am a podcast addict. A few months ago I realized I needed to top having Netflix on as background noise. I caught myself looking up a little too much anytime Leslie Knope gives a great speech, or anytime Michael Scott said one of my favorite lines. That is when a very wise friend who sports a beanie daily suggested a few podcast to list to. So with my newfound obsession I wanted to pass along the 5 podcast that have my ear right now.
All the wit of Conan O’Brien wrapped up in a great podcast. If you decide to check it out, I highly recommend the Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally episode. It is basically Conan O’Brien talking to people who he has interviewed before in a less structured way. I have laughed out loud more times than I can count and now that I am caught up I can’t wait for the next episode.
Goal Digger by Jenna Kutcher is an uplifting biweekly talk for women entrepreneurs. Even if you are not an entrepreneur there are great nuggets of wisdom. Without fail the episodes I think I am never going to get anything out of, are the ones I get the most out of.
I guess I’ll come clean—I LOVE history, especially American history. There are 8 amazing seasons that cover one large event in history from beginning to end. My favorite was the National Park episode, but the Political Party episode was fascinating as well. If you like history, this will totally be for you.
I am a fan of true crime, I remember getting out of school and coming home to cuddle on the couch with my mom and watch ID shows. So basically blame my mom for my fascination with true crime! MFM is a weekly true crime podcast where they each tell a story about a murder from small unknowns to larger serial killers. And beyond the podcast, the subgroup world they have created around the show is pretty neat as well.
A very good beanie wearing friend of mine suggested that I listen to this podcast…. And he was right! Lore is a bi-weekly podcast about dark historical tales that fuel our modern superstition. Each episode explores a different superstition, mysterious creatures, unusual places, ghost or murders. It is not super creepy, more interesting than not. Some of my favorite episodes have covered the lore of vampires, H.H. Holmes, and the connection between folklore and medicine. It is a great sprinkle of history mixed in with lore. I also happen to find Arron to be a great story teller.
So that’s what I’m listening to now… anything I should add to the list?
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