Sunday, July 9, 2017

FAVORITE PODCASTS

With my commute to and from work, I have gotten tired of listening to the radio. Several months ago I discovered podcasts when one of my favorite bloggers, Reality Steve, released his own. Since then I have subscribed to over 20 various podcasts and have a few that I always put first in line. These five are at the top of that list, in no particular order:

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast recaps episodes of The Bachelorette, as well as sharing inside scoop from both of their time on The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise. They chat with other members of Bachelor Nation, such as Becca Tilley and Luke Pell, and take listener phone calls to discuss hot topics. (Cring Warning: Ben Higgins says eXpecially instead of especially.)

The Tim Ferriss Show is a podcast that has Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Work Week, and guests who are at the top of their trade. Together they discuss the tools, tips, and lifehacks that the individual has utilized to keep climbing to the height of their success. Some guests Ferriss has had on include Vince Vaughn, Marie Kondo, Cheryl Strayed, and Tony Robbins.

Reality Steve Podcast discusses all things Bachelor Nation related. Steve dishes all the behind the scenes scoops on the current season, as well as interviewing former contestants to hear their take on their Bachelor related experiences. Some guests Steve has had on include Michelle Money, Kiptyn Locke, JJ Lane, and Joe Bailey.

Zoe Church LA is a weekly podcast that brings the messages lead by Pastor Chad Veach from Zoe Church Los Angeles. Veach makes his messages relatable while sharing the gospel. Listeners can be filled with encouragement and hope from the good word of Jesus Christ.

The Dave Ramsey Show is a podcast where Ramsey teaches listeners how to manage their money. He has helped thousands get out of debt, find financial freedom, and have financial security. Ramsey tells it like it is to his callers and provides them with the realistic truth on what they need to do about their money.




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