Binge-worthy Podcasts vol 2

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Binge-worthy Podcasts vol 2

After my binge-worthy podcasts for your next cruise came out, many friends pointed out even more great podcasts for me to check out!  I have checked out many (I have way too much time on my hands apparently) and have complied some more for you to check out on your next travels.

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Household Name

“Surprising stories about how the biggest household name brands affect our lives and culture.”

I am so glad I found this one. I am a sociologist in my day job, so I understand how brands are embedded into our culture. I love that there is a whole podcast dedicated to this nerdy part of myself.

The research behind this podcast is spot on and the host will even do experiments. Listen to a few of these and you will start seeing the brands everywhere!

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Best eposides to check out:

  • The Mattress Firm Conspiracy Theory
  • Trader Joe’s No-Buck Chuck
  • TGI Fridays: The Tinder of the 1960s

The Dream

Are you a part of an MLM?  Have you ever been?  Or maybe you continue to see the posts on social media about the latest ‘x’ and are just over it. This podcast series is for all of you!

“Jane Marie dives into the world of pyramid schemes, multi-level marketing, and all the other businesses that require their members to recruit their nearest and dearest in hopes of a commission.”  There are 11 episodes in this series and once you start, you will want to keep going! Jane Marie interviews family members, current MLM consultants, and attempts to talk to people at the top.

My favorite part of this series is the in-depth history of how MLM’s came into power. Spoiler – long history of politics in play!

Every Little Thing

“ARRRRR pirate peg legs really a thing? Who invented the Cha Cha Slide? How old is Winnie the Pooh? If you have a burning question that needs answering, call the ELT Help Line at 833-RING-ELT or send an audio message to elt@gimletmedia.com.”

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This podcast loves to have its listeners call in with questions. I have not called in yet, but maybe if C & I get a question Alexa can’t answer, we will call ELT!

Check out: Thrift Store Smell: What is it? (I have always wondered this!)

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Goal Digger

Jenna Kutcher

Check out the Goal Digger website!

Are you a boss babe that needs inspiration? Than this is the podcast for you!  With over 200 episodes, there is something for every small business owner out there. 

Jenna Kutcher also has many printables both free and paid to help you get your business going.  She is great, listen to her, follow her, and be inspired by her. 

Side Hustle School

I am really impressed with this host. He posts a new podcast daily!  There are over 700 for you to listen to, with most about 8 minutes.

All the projects discussed are side hustles with no one leaving their day job. You can easily scroll through the 700 and pick out subjects that you would be interested in hearing more about. I listened to a few on making different card games.  Now I want to make my own card game!  Maybe I should stop listening to this one before I have too many side hustles…

Unladylike

This one may not be for everyone.  It is a feminist podcast looking at the different side of life.  I was recently inspired by ‘How to be sad’.  I was feeling down and trying to decide how to ‘tough it up and act like everything is ok’, so to hear it is OK to have sad feelings was just what I needed.

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8 thoughts on “Binge-worthy Podcasts vol 2

  1. I recently started getting into podcasts, so when I saw the title of this post I just had to read! I’m always looking for more podcasts – so I love this list. I’ll definitely check the Goal Digger podcast. Thank you for sharing.

    Much love always,
    GABBY | http://www.gabbyabigaill.com

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