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5 Podcasts I Love!

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During the lockdowns in 2020, I found myself listening to and enjoying podcasts, especially when I was running errands, or playing video games.
I tend to listen to true crime podcasts, spirituality podcasts, and self-help podcasts the most.
I also listen to other subjects such as conspiracy theories, and gaming.

In today’s post, I’ll be sharing 10 of my favourite podcasts.
This list is in no particular order.
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Law of Attraction Changed My Life

I really like the host, Francesca’s energy. She’s down to earth and passionate about this subject. I know this topic isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but if you do believe in this subject, check this podcast out!

Theories of the Third Kind

I came across this podcast by chance one day, and I’m glad I did. I find it engaging with hosts who have calming voices. I enjoy their approach to the subjects and their own thoughts on how convincing a theory is.

Redhanded

Redhanded was my most listened to podcast in 2020 and 2021. This is a well-researched podcast and the hosts are respectful to the victims of the crimes that they talk about.

Sleep With Me

Sleep issues are no stranger to me. They visit me quite often. I have used many sleep aids, but this podcast has been the most helpful. The host, Scooter, has a soothing voice, and tells stories in a way that are interesting enough to listen to, but something you can drift off while listening to.

I cannot recommend this podcast enough if you have issues with insomnia.

Self: Love, Healing & Acceptance

This is one of the more recent podcasts that I started listening to. She shares fantastic advice that applies to life. I’ve learned a lot during the brief time I have listened.


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Mental Health Monday: Helpful Podcast Episodes #1

I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts during the lockdown, especially anything from the self-improvement genre. I’ve become a big fan of Hal Elrod lately and today I will be talking about a podcast episode that has helped me in spades lately.

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The Minimalist Podcast: Habits

I was playing Minecraft recently after a non-productive day, so I decided that I’d listen to a podcast I had on the back burner for a while. I’d put off writing for a while since my Grammarly premium trial had run out. I’m not the best when it comes to punctuation, so I figured it wouldn’t be good enough.

The topic of the episode caught my attention, it was about habits, and they had the author of Atomic Habits, James Clear on and what I listened to was very insightful and full of helpful information. I find it extremely hard to make new habits, I’m unfortunately the type of person who will go into something full steam, it would not work out as I envisioned it and I would give up on it. It’s a frustrating thing to contend with, I am actively seeking ways to better myself, but there has never been a gray area with me. I’m either 100% into something, or not at all. 
I feel like this is my fear of failure and a feeling of having to be perfect at all I do preventing me doing what I should be doing. 


The podcast resonated with me on such a deep level and I felt the advice was something I needed to hear for the longest time. From now on, when I start new and better hobbies I will start implementing them slowly as to not overwhelm myself like I would in the past. 
Another aspect of the podcast that stuck out to me was a caller talking about wanting to a writer, but she didn’t think she was a writer. This was my mentality when I started this blog, I even mentioned this earlier. I would think “This isn’t good enough, I am not good at this. I’m not a writer”, which in itself is a silly thought process. Sure, some people are naturally gifted when it comes to writing, but others will learn as they go. 

Unlike other interests/jobs or whatever, to be a writer, you just have to do the writing part. You don’t need to go to school for the tools to get started. You won’t be perfect at it over night, but as you keep writing, things get easier and you’ll become more confident. I’m also going to try sticking to a schedule from now on and dedicate time to write posts. I’m aiming for a Monday and Friday post schedule, if it doesn’t work, this is fine. I will get there in the end. 

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