5 Podcast Recommendations for Purpose-Driven Women
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5 Podcasts For Purpose-Driven Women

Podcasts to keep you learning and laughing all day long

5 Podcasts For Purpose-Driven Women

If you're like me, you're out of school and left with a feeling of uncertainty. It's like being in limbo. You're somewhere in the middle space, trying to figure life out but you're not sure how.

Until things are figured out, I think it's important to always keep learning. The mind is a magical thing and should be utilized to it's full potential. Just because you're not in school doesn't mean you have to stop learning. Therefore, I've made it a personal goal to keep educating myself on whatever the heck I want.

If you're also anything like me, you like to share your discoveries. With that, these are my podcast recommendations for women who are determined to keep improving themselves, keep educating themselves and also like to have a good laugh.

1. The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show by Ramsey Solutions

This show is extremely important to me. At this time in my life, the principles taught on the show are essential. I learn about every day millionaires and how they became to be. Live calls from listeners tell their stories that are relatable and lessons you can learn form. Dave Ramsey is an important figure in my life as he's taught me the fundamentals to financial peace and is guiding me along this new adventure we call, "Student Loan Debt".

2. Dear Hank and John


This comedy podcast brings so much joy to me. The brothers, John and Hank, offer "dubious advice" that has me laughing all the way home and along the way I learn new and interesting things. This may be biased since Hank and John are two of my all time favorite people, but who cares.

3. Delete This


Hosted by Hank Green (mentioned above) and his wife, Katherine, this comedy podcast takes a look at the week's twitter goings-on. It's an interesting take on social media and how it affects the famous. More than that, I love listening to the dynamic between the two and hope to have a relationship like Hank and Katherine.

4. Girls Gotta Eat


Friends Rayna Greenberg and Ashley Hesseltine go off on this hilarious podcast about boys, relationships, awkward moments and navigating the ever exciting young adulthood!

5. StarTalk Radio


Astrophysicist extraordinaire, Neil DeGrasse Tyson hosts this incredibly interesting show with tons of special guests. They discuss everything from star navigation to curing cancer. This podcast is exciting to listen to and you learn a ton! I could listen for hours!

*All of these podcasts are available on Apple Podcasts

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