50% of American adults will be traveling this year. As you queue up in airports, sit in the car, or find you’ve got some time in a new location – how are you spending it?
Grab a good pair of earbuds and add these podcasts to your playlist.
Podcasts are also a great way to accompany a long walk and help it feel a bit less taxing, keeping your mind on the story rather than the miles.
If you’ve never listened to a good podcast, this is the perfect time to start. Not only can they help keep you mentally engaged and informed, they can open up your personal experience to connect with others’ stories.
We found 3 podcasts we know you’ll love listening to as you travel this holiday season.
Wiser Than Me with Julia Louis-Dreyfus
You know her as one of the most successful sitcom actresses ever, with award-winning turns on Seinfeld and Veep, but Louis-Dreyfus wants to know why older women like her get less of a voice as they age.
In these 10 incredible episodes, she sits down with some incredible women and learns how they’ve lived full and meaningful lives.
You’ll hear interviews with Jane Fonda, Fran Lebowitz, Carol Burnett, Diane von Furstenberg, and more.
Embrace a life of vitality and endless possibilities with Growing Bolder Radio. With their one-hour shows, you’ll discover inspiring stories from renowned celebrities, athletic champions, centenarians brimming with zest, and everyday heroes living extraordinary lives.
I love that each episode reminds me that it’s never too late to pursue your passions, find your purpose, and embark on thrilling adventures.
Hosted by Growing Bolder founder Marc Middleton and award-winning broadcast veteran Bill Shafer, you’ll love every episode.
This American Life
A collection of stories told by real people, often about their personal experiences, This American Life is one of the most popular podcasts in the world for a reason.
A weekly public radio program turned into a podcast for easy listening, it reaches 4 million people weekly. Ira Glass hosts this Pulitzer Prize-winning podcast that at times experiments with its format, has broken down some of the most complex facets of the last twenty or so years, but always keeps engaging and thought-provoking stories at its core.
If you’ve never listened before, Ira Glass put together a playlist just for you.