I have done posts on my favorite podcasts before, but recently I have been listening to a lot of new ones and some of my long time favorites. I wanted to compile them into a post and share since I know I love hearing about what podcasts other people are listening to!
Gals on the Go
This was started by Danielle Carolan and Brooke Miccio, two Youtubers I have followed for years on Youtube. They talk a lot about college, productivity, and just being gals on the go, and I find a lot of their podcasts helpful or entertaining.
This podcast was started by a few fellow college bloggers, Abigail Thomas and Caitlyn Stone. They are both my age and I find their podcasts really relatable as well. I also love that they interview other bloggers that I follow!
Thick & Thin
Another Youtuber turned podcaster, Katy Bellotte shares about her life in NYC, stories from her life, relationships, and so much more. Love listening to her stories and I feel like each podcast has some wisdom in it.
What We Said
Jaci Marie Smith and Chelsey Curtis began this podcast and interview a lot of inspiring people on it. They also tell lots of great stories and share listener stories that are funny or cringeworthy! They really work well together on their podcast and I always get a laugh at some of the comments and jokes they throw in. Some of my favorite episodes have been their cringe-worthy date stories and their spooky stories in October.
I recently found this podcast and I have been working my way through some of the episodes. I love that Stephanie is a Christian and tackles relatable topics from a Christian perspective.
My Favorite Murder
A classic podcast that everyone has already heard of, but Karen and Georgia are truly the best of the best. I find myself laughing out loud to some of their comments, and I have had multiple awkward moments where people who don’t listen don’t understand how I could be listening to a podcast called My Favorite Murder and laughing. But if you know, you know. And if you don’t know but enjoy true crime podcasts, definitely give it a try!
This was a 7 part series about a man named John who turned out not to be who he said he was. I loved that it was a shorter podcast because sometimes the podcasts that focus on a single case/person can really drag on if there are 15-20 episodes. This would be perfect to binge on a 5-6 hour car or plane ride!
This was a 9 part series about a neurosurgeon who had dozens of patients started to experience complications after surgery. It was another great series that I highly recommend!
I know I have shared criminal before, but Phoebe Judge, the host of criminal, cannot be beat. Her voice is so soothing, and I love that the episodes are only 20-30 minutes long and only come out every other week. Don’t get me wrong, I love that My Favorite Murder comes out with a new 1-2 hour long episode every week and a minisode too, but most weeks I cannot keep up and I haven’t even listened to all the previous episodes since there are so many! But Criminal is easy to keep up with and almost every story is a great one.
What has been your favorite podcast recently? Do you listen to any of these? Share in the comments below! For even more podcast recommendations, checkout this post from summer 2017!