20 of My Favorite Pods!

I love to talk. I started talking at a relatively young age and I haven’t stopped yet. Therefore, it is no surprise that I am an avid listener of podcasts. The peak started when I was on maternity leave in the midst of the pandemic.

Harper was born right before the world shut down. We were still unsure what this virus was, how it spread, and the vulnerabilities young children and infants faced were still unknown. Therefore, we sheltered in place. I didn’t have constant visitors coming with food and chatter, rather it was just me and a newborn that slept most of the time.

Over the past two years I have collected some great podcasts that I enjoy immensely. Readers: here’s my list of 20 of my favorite pods!

The Brilliant Idiots

Flagrant 2

WHOREable Decisions

Rory and Mal

See, The Thing Is

Good Moms Bad Choices

Pour Minds

Don’t Call Me a White Girl

Joe Budden Podcast

Joe Rogan Experience

Angela Yee’s Lip Service

The Suga

Code Switch

Small Doses with Amanda Seales

The Real Therapist for the Culture

Drink Champs

Still Processing

Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!

Planet Money


I was going to annotate each one but decided it’s better for you to explore if any grab your attention. Some on this list have small audiences, others are huge. Some readers may find a few on my list controversial.

Share your thoughts: are you into podcasts? If so, what are your favorites? Please share! Blessings.

6 thoughts on “20 of My Favorite Pods!

  1. Thank you for sharing this! I’ve been listening on and off to Angela Yee’s Lip Service and every now and then Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy.

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  2. I can honestly say that I never really listened to podcasts. My whole day consists of people talking to me. If I could make the choice of listening to anyone talking I usually preferred not to. However, there has been a small interest in me that has grown after catching an earful of a podcast listed. I’m still not sure how, but the podcast is called “Rory & Mal.” I couldn’t stop laughing and I said, “Well hey, this isn’t so bad”. As a result I can definitely see the benefits of listening to podcasts.

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