5 Girl Boss Podcasts For Your Walk To Class

5 Girl Boss Podcasts For Your Walk To Class

A list of some girls boss podcasts to motivate you and make you laugh.


It seems like more and more these days new podcasts are popping up left and right. It is the new "YouTuber" to call yourself a "podcaster", and while there are a lot of choices out there, it can get confusing on which ones are going to float your boat. Here are five podcasts that are going to get you motivated on your walk to class.

1. The Morning Toast

"The Morning Toast" is a daily podcast from two girl boss sisters that do a live showing on YouTube every morning. Jackie and Claudia are like your new big sisters. They're funny, straight to the point, and help keep you in tune with reality. Every show they do five new stories that you need to know before you take a bite out of your morning toast. This is followed by usually an hour of great content from two girls living in New York City. They're definitely good company to keep because like I said, they are like your big sister setting it straight and keeping you in line.

2. Girls Gotta Eat

Rayna and Ashley are two funny, confident girl bosses helping you navigate the wild world of men in today's age. While they do tackle the tough topics like sex, one night stands, and breakups, they are also there to motivate you and remind you to love yourself first. These two are a personal favorite because not only are they funny, but they also remind you that no matter your relationship status you are still a boss. They keep positive energy and help you get through the tough situations that come with dating, relationships and also just being a single girl.

3. Gals on the Go

If you love Danielle Carolan and Brooke Miccio as Youtubers, chances are you will love their podcast. Although they can get on tangents about materialistic things, they are a fun going podcast if you don't take it too seriously. While their advice can be a little situational, they are just nice to listen too. It's kind of like listening to your besties rant about their lives. You take it as it is. They do however have some good advice, especially Brooke, that can help you feel on track and like a girl boss to tackle the craziness college has to offer.

4. Off the Vine

What college girl doesn't love Bachelorette alum Kaitlyn Bristowe and wine? The great thing about Off The Vine is that Kaitlyn tackles all the topics from love to health to Kane Brown to the juicy gossip that the Bachelor and Bachelorette fans are dying to know. No one podcast is the same! She is funny, classy and the Kaitlyn we all know and love. She also has a new man in her life, and what better way to get the details of her love life but from the Queen herself. This podcast is a favorite because not only is it light-hearted and perfect when you need a laugh, but Kaitlyn is always reminding you to be unapologetically who you are, no matter what. What better message for a college girl to hear?

5. What We Do


Former Miss America, Kira Kazantsev, is the O.G. girl boss. Her podcast, What We Do, without a doubt, will leave you inspired. Kira brings on girl boss guests who help you tackle starting your own business, public speaking, women in STEM, and how to be a hustler. I could listen to Kira's voice all day. Not only is her podcast multidimensional but so is she—from being Miss America to a Golf expert—Kira does it all, but as every good girl boss knows, you must take care of yourself first. Kira promotes a healthy lifestyle both mentally and physically. If you are ever feeling uninspired, leave it to Kira to turn it around.

Popular Right Now

To The Nursing Major

Is it all worth it?

"You're going to feel like quitting. You're going to struggle. You'll have days where you'll wonder, 'what's it all for?'

You'll have days when people attempt to break you down, or challenge your intelligence, skills, and right to be where you are. You'll have moments when you question your own abilities, and perhaps your sanity - but you'll rise.

You'll rise because your strength as a nurse is not determined by one grade, one shift or one job - it's an ongoing journey of learning, honor, humility and a chance to make even the smallest difference in the lives of your patients."

Don't ever give up on achieving your dreams to be a nurse. Keep pushing forward, no matter how hard it is. Nursing is not an easy major. You will have very little, if any, time to do anything other than study. But just think about how great it will feel to connect with a patient, pray with them, and even save his or her life.

This will make all of the late night studying, weekly breakdowns, countless cups of coffee, and tests so hard all you want to do is cry, worth it. To see a patient's face light up when you walk in his or her room will make your heart melt and you'll know you chose the right major.

The kind of nurse you will be isn't based on a test grade, it's based on your heart for the people you are caring for. You may have failed a class, but don't let that ruin you. Try again and keep pushing toward your goal. Don't allow others around you to drag you down and tell you that you aren't good enough to be a nurse.

Show them how strong you are and that you will never give up.

There will be days when all you want to do is quit, I know I question my major more than once a week; however, there is a patient out there that needs you and your caring heart. You can do this, have faith in yourself that you can move mountains.

I will say that you definitely must have a heart for nursing.

Personally, I want to be a Pediatric Oncologist and work at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Just the thought of those precious children going through the hardest part of their lives, keeps me going so that I can be there for them. I want to be a light to my patients and their families during a dark time. When I feel like giving up, I just think about how many lives I have the chance to touch and I keep on going.

So when you feel like giving up, just think about your future patients and how you can make a difference, even if its only for one person. I love the quote from Katie Davis that states, "I will not change the world, Jesus will do that. But I can change the world for one person. So I will keep loving, one person at a time."

Even though this quote is about foreign missions, I believe it fits the mold for nursing as well.

Nurses have the opportunity to change the world for people every day. Just remember that, smile, don't give up, and keep pushing toward your goal.

Cover Image Credit: chla.org

Related Content

Connect with a generation
of new voices.

We are students, thinkers, influencers, and communities sharing our ideas with the world. Join our platform to create and discover content that actually matters to you.

Learn more Start Creating

Phoenix's Largest Electricity Provider Anticipates A Price Decrease For Customers

Yes, you read that right, a decrease.


Bills are never exciting to receive, and Salt River Project, Phoenix's largest supplier of power and water, knows that. In hopes of giving back to its customers, this not-for-profit company is proposing a lower billing price to its elected board of directors.

Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia Commons

According to Salt River Project Media Manager Scott Harelson, SPR is planning a price decrease of 2.2 percent on the overall average annual amount. The plan was first created over a month ago, and if it's approved, the new utility prices will appear in the May 2019 billing cycle.

"We have been able to save a lot of money with our fuel expenses, and we pass those savings on directly to our customers," Harelson said, but how else is a not-for-profit company able to decrease prices? SPR's website has the answers:

"According to SRP General Manager and CEO Mike Hummel, SRP has been able to keep prices stable for the past four years through prudent operations and management, strategic resource acquisitions and taking advantage of market conditions that have allowed SRP to generate a greater share of energy using lower-cost natural gas."

SPR serves more than 1 million customers, and customer growth will continue to benefit prices and plan options. You can find more details on this good news on SRP's website.

Related Content

Facebook Comments