Who you listen to is important. Especially if it's about your mental health and wellbeing. Choose people who lift you up. Keep you motivated. Give you the tools to take care of yourself. Podcasts do just that. No matter if you're walking the dog or running a marathon!
We're sure at some point you've felt overwhelmed by the sheer number of shows available, regardless of whether you're already a listener or just considering it. Fortunately, the Twill Active team has narrowed your search for you. After much research, we've compiled a list of the 10 most inspiring, informative, and intriguing podcasts for women.Call Your Girlfriend
Nothing compares to those long phone calls with your best friend. Long-distance BFFs Aminatou Sow and Ann Friendman got together to create a hilarious podcast based on their phone calls. From pop culture to politics and everything in between, the duo aims to celebrate strong female friendships.
Comedienne Nicole Byer seeks an answer to the question of why she is eternally single. On Why Won’t You Date Me?, past episodes have discussed topics such as "The Joy of Being Alone" and "Managing Anxieties During Intimacy."Love Letters
Ever had an embarrassing love-related question? There's a good chance the podcast hosted by Boston Globe columnist Meredith Goldstein is for you. Adapted from her long-running advice column, Love Letters is an entertaining investigation into romance. The stories tackle topics such as toxic relationships, meet-cute glamorization, and whether or not soulmates exist.Stuff Mom Never Told You
What makes women more susceptible to depression? Are their dreams different from men's? And why do men traditionally propose to their partners? Anney Reese and Samantha McVey explore these powerful questions in their podcast Stuff Mom Never Told You. Through a combination of serious and light-hearted topics, often with a bit of science thrown in for good measure, this podcast examines what it means to be a woman and how this impacts everyday life.The Michelle Obama Podcast
Tuning in to an episode is like having a conversation with a long-lost relative. This inspiring podcast is like listening to the former First Lady in a completely different light. Throughout 10 fascinating episodes (and counting), Obama examines her insecurities, talks about her family life and discusses the challenges that menopause brings.
So, whether you’re commuting to work, out for a run, or just trying to take a break from the endless To-Do list, we hope you find these podcasts as inspiring and motivating as we do. What are your favorite podcasts? Let us know in the comments below!