Wellness is a dynamic process of change and growth, there are always ways to learn and find new ways to improve your wellness. One way of gaining a new perspective to wellness is to listen to podcasts. Podcasts can easily fit into your schedule during routine tasks such as cleaning, doing laundry, exercise, cooking or showering. Taking this time to try out new podcasts can enlighten, and bring a positive light to your days. Here are examples of new podcasts to try that may help you improve your personal wellness. Some of these can be accessed through YouTube. Other avenues may include TEDtalks and through a podcast app.
RISE Podcast: This podcast is hosted by New York Times best-selling author Rachel Hollis. She conducts personable interviews with entrepreneurs and personal development leaders to help you find the best version of yourself. She also covers balancing parenting and work during this pandemic.
Hurdle: This podcast is hosted by Emily Abbate, former fitness editor. She interviews the world’s experts in health and fitness. The interviewees are individuals who have gone through a difficult time and overcome this hurdle by integrating wellness into their routines. This podcast will inspire you to live a healthier and happier life.
Ben Greenfield Fitness: Despite the name this podcast isn’t all about fitness. This show also focuses on the latest science on health topics. This podcast covers topics from fat loss to anti-aging to nutrition by interviews with wellness and medical professionals.
Unlocking Us: Hosted by Brené Brown this podcast is meant to “unlock the deeply human part of who we are” by leading with courage and heart. Brené is a research professor at the University of Houston and his TED talk The Power of Vulnerability is one of the top-five most viewed TED talks with over 47 million views.
The One Thing: This podcast hosted by Geoff Woods helps you gain clarity on what to prioritize in your personal and professional life by eliminating distractions like multi tasking. Geoff offers specific examples on how to be more focused such as time blocking and habit forming.
Happier: Hosted by Grethan Rubin who is the author of The Happiness Project which spent two years on the New York Times bestseller list. She draws from science and popular culture to help improve our wellness. She has the ability to take complex ideas and breaks them down into understandable chunks, while remaining humorous.