I cannot get enough of Ange Peters. She is a doTERRA leader, a mom, and an amazing inspirational woman that is taking leadership of her life and business while sharing great tips on how we can do that as too!
Different celebrities reading wonderful stories about life and love that were written by people from around the country. Each story was selected to be published in the Modern Love column in the NY Times. After the story is read there is a brief discussion with the celebrity on why they chose to read that specific piece and an interview with the person that wrote the piece and how their lives may have changed since they wrote it or since it was printed in the Times.
This is like the "Dear Abby" column in the newspaper. Cheryl Strayed, the author of Wild, along with Steve Almond, a therapist and very caring guy offer advice on life, love, and so much more.
Andrea Ferretti has inspirational guests from the yoga world and she asks thought provoking questions. I tune in every week and I like this podcast so much that last time her husband (yoga teacher Jason Crandell) came to The Yoga Loft I gave him "podcast fan mail" to give to his wife!
Rachel Brathen is funny, smart, and strangely addictive. Sometimes she has guests on the podcast and other times she simply shares about what is going on in her life as a new mom, yoga studio owner in Aruba, and wife. I like her authenticity and sense of humor.
Ever since I was a little girl I have loved all things scary and mysterious. This podcast gives you short stories of folklore from all across time and the world. Think voodoo, vampires, haunted houses, and cemeteries.
This podcast was so absolutely insane and crazy that I listened to the whole thing in 2 days. The true (I think) story is about a man named John who is born and raised in what he calls "shit town" Alabama and starts off with a crime he wants to talk about. Warning: I had to pull over while driving and listening to this at one point because I was crying and couldn't see the road.