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10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

If you’re tired of just listening to music while you walk around the block, podcasts are an entertaining and often educational alternative. With so many podcasts to choose from, it can be difficult to find one that really fits your interests – check out this diverse list of pods to get you started.

Mood

Hosted by Youtuber and #GirlBoss Lauren Elizabeth, Mood is a podcast on the Toast News Network. The pod mainly surrounds mental health, and every Wednesday, Lauren talks about her best moods and worst moods of the week, as well as her favourite beauty and skincare products. Lauren also often invites her friends to join her on the pod, like Internet personality Claudia Oshry and Bachelor contestant Cassie Randolph.

The Episode You Should Start With:

30. Honoring Your Feelings – Dating, Work, & Anxiety Advice!

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

Schnitt Talk

If you’re college girl, you will love this Barstool Sports pod hosted by Ellie Schnitt and her producer, Alanna Vizzoni. Branded as “a podcast for chicks by a chick who gets it”, Schnitt Talk covers standard topics such as dating, relationships, and friendship drama. The girls are also amazing advocates for body positivity and female equality, and often dig into deeper topics in select segments. Ellie and Alanna are hilarious and relatable, so I highly recommend checking out their pod.

The Episode You Should Start With:

The First Big Night Back Out

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

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How I Built This

Whether or not you’re interested in business or entrepreneurship, you will definitely become obsessed with this podcast by NPR. Hosted by Guy Raz, this interview-style show explores the stories behind amazing brands from Ben & Jerry’s to Fitbit. Not only is it interesting to learn about the founders behind such huge companies, but you’ll also fall in love with Guy’s incredible voice. The show recently started a series called How I Built Resilience, where Guy speaks with entrepreneurs to learn about how their businesses have adapted to the ongoing pandemic.

The Episode You Should Start With:

S’well: Sarah Kauss

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

Souls at Sundown

An advice and music podcast, Souls at Sundown is hosted by lifestyle and sustainability Youtuber Meghan Hughes. Meghan discusses a range of topics like sex, therapy, self-love, and spirituality, and interweaves relevant songs into each episode. This podcast is a fantastic balance between music and dialogue, so you’ll not only learn new things, but you’ll also find new bops to listen to! Meghan is one of the most genuine figures on the digital platform, so definitely check out her podcast.

The Episode You Should Start With:

78. SZA… We HAVE To Stan

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

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Friend of a Friend

NYC-based Journalist and entrepreneur Olivia Perez hosts this Dear Media podcast about “the next generation of luminaries”. Similar to How I Built This, Olivia interviews “today’s up-and-comers” to gain insights into their careers and find advice for aspiring activists, and artists. In response to COVID-19, Olivia has started a series called “Call Your Friends!”, where she checks in on her guests to discuss their quarantine rituals and how they are adapting to the #WFH lifestyle.

The Episode You Should Start With:

Joe Holder: Nike Master Trainer, Performance Consultant, Co-Founder of System of Service

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

Don’t Blame Me

Hosted by Youtube personality Meghan Rienks and her producer Melisa D. Monts, this advice podcast is both hilarious and insightful. Callers can send in their questions about sex, relationships, family, and friends, and in turn gain some pretty blunt advice from M & M. Each podcast episode ends with a segment titled, “Don’t Blame Them”, where listeners can submit their own advice to a previous call. The pod often features guests like Joslyn Davis and Gina Darling.

The Episode You Should Start With:

Season 5 – 6. Guest: Jessi Smiles – Dog Licks Sheets After Sex

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

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We Bought A House

Youtuber Claudia Sulewski & music producer Finneas are the cutest couple on the Internet right now, and while stuck in quarantine, they decided to start a podcast! We Bought a House is an hour-long, real-life look into the couple’s conversations and thoughts, whether it be funny childhood stories or discussions on “the pitfalls of life and living together”. While the pod is largely un-edited, the natural and casual feel of each episode makes for a great and unique listen.

The Episode You Should Start With:

8. The Tampon That Went To The Grammys

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Thick & Thin

This journal-entry style podcast is hosted by Katy Bellotte, a Youtuber, calligrapher, and designer based in New York City. Katy’s podcast follows her dating life in the big city, typically threaded together with the stories of important historical figures. The podcast also has a series called “Dear Katy”, where Katy answers her listeners questions about romance, careers, and more. Having left her full-time corporate job at L’Oreal to pursue freelancing, Katy is an inspiration to young women and is a creative force to be reckoned with.

The Episode You Should Start With:

Contagious fear & repeating history

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

Breaking Beauty

This Dear Media podcast is co-hosted by beauty experts Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn, who explore “breakthrough products, people, and moments” in the beauty industry. Whether it be makeup, hair, or skincare, you will definitely have some products on your Sephora wish list by the time you’ve finished one episode! Breaking Beauty is informative, entertaining, and effortlessly produced – and don’t worry, all of the mentioned products are always in the pod’s show notes.

The Episode You Should Start With:

Milk Makeup Co-Founder Zanna Roberts Rassi

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

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Sugar Calling

Hosted by award-winning author Cheryl Strayed, Sugar Calling is a podcast from The New York Times that seeks wisdom and advice from writers and poets from around the world. Particularly in these strange times, Cheryl’s interviews with figures such as Alice Walker and Margaret Atwood offer listeners insights into how being an artist is helping them cope during the pandemic. 

The Episode You Should Start With:

‘Everything is Always Keep Changing’

10 Podcasts For Your Next Daily Walk

Have you listened to any of these pods? Do you have your own recommendations? Let us know in the comments below!

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