Linda's Wisdom Wednesdays
Podcasts a great, informative, can ease the mind and the best part is, you can do other things while listening to them.
Here's a list of the best wellbeing podcasts according to Bazaar.
- Happier with Gretchen Rubin -What began as Rubin’s book, The Happiness Project - documenting a year dedicated to making herself happier through resolutions big or small - has become a whole movement. The have over 95 million downloads
- Slow Radio -The perfect antidote to uncertain and anxious times, each episode focuses on varied sounds from all over the world. Each montage offers a window of tranquillity in the day
- Modern Love -The New York Times has turned one of its most-popular sections, which charts love stories from the astonishing to the ridiculous – always with a different slant on the elusive concept – into a brilliant podcast.
- How to Fail with Elizabeth Day - The exploration of why moments of failure can actually lead to ultimate success.
- Desert Island Discs - Listen to stories and song choices from some of the most fascinating people over the past (almost) century
- Deliciously Ella -In each episode Ella and her husband welcome guests – from doctors to authors and wellness experts – to discuss relevant topics, including how to build a healthy and happy brain, how food choices affect mood, and whether morning routines can change your life
- Table Manners with Jessie Ware - If you want to feel like you’re having a real dinner party while social distancing – listen to it while you eat and pretend you’re there, too…
- In Our Time - Perfect for those who want to brush up on areas of knowledge that they’ve always wanted to learn more about but have never had the time to.
- Unlocking Us - This podcast offers real, unpolished, honest reflection on both the magic and the messiness of what it means to be human.
- Shedunnit - Caroline Crampton hosts this niche podcast about Golden Age detective fiction, discussing books by the likes of Agatha Christie, Ngaio Marsh and Dorothy L Sayers.