I recently started working in UpTown Dallas and the drive along from where I live drives me crazy. The only sanity I get out of that drive is knowing that I have time to waste and I can listen to some of my favorite podcast. I started to get quite obsessed with podcasts lately. My office can get a little loud at times and I needed something to get me through the day. I am absolutely obsessed with listening to podcast. May be your also obsessed with podcast or you want to start listening to a few. Well, here are a few of the podcasts I’m currently enjoying. I am so happy I stumbled upon these podcast.
Dear Sugar is a podcast that you can listen to on Apple Podcast. I discovered this podcast back in October when I started working the night shift from 6:00pm-4:30am. I needed something that I could listen to that would not befuddle me from my work and would keep me awake. I always get so thrilled when I stumble upon something so amazing such as this podcast. Dear Sugar is a radically empathic advice show hosted by Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond. Cheryl Strayed is the bestselling author of “Wild,” “Torch,” “Brave Enough” and “Tiny Beautiful Things,” a collection of her Dear Sugar columns. Steve Almond’s new book, “Bad Stories: Toward a Unified Theory of How It All Came Apart,” will be out in March 2018. Dear Sugar is hosted at WBUR 90.9 and new episodes are released weekly online and on Apple Podcast.
I love local podcast where I can relate to the environment and the geographic. I am all about Black Girl Magic and discussions. In Petty Party, five Dallas natives reunite to have sophisaratchet conversations discussing topics truthfully but with a hint of pettiness. Consider this your 2017 Gossip Girl, but no filter. So, grab your cups and join the party. They are located on Apple Podcast and on SoundCloud. I would encourage you to listen to this podcast. I am looking forward to meeting these amazing women.
HIM VS HER
I started listening to this podcast a couple weeks ago. When I am at work I tend to listen a podcast instead of music. This podcast is quit entertaining and real. I’ve been following Annie Drea for about almost two years now. She is a London native who also has a YouTube channel. You guys should check her out. She is very creative and down to earth. This podcast brings out her personality and you will never stop laughing. Annie and Reece talk about sex, friendship, success, and real life. Annie Drea and Reece Parkinson get together in a room once a week and talk about some crazy stuff. New episodes of this podcast is available on Apple Podcast and SoundCloud every Wednesday.
Modern Love: The Podcast is produced by WBUR and based on The New York Times’ popular series of weekly reader-submitted essays. Exploring the joys and tribulations of love, Modern Love: The Podcast adds new dimension to the popular New York Times column, with readings by notable personalities and updates from the essayists themselves.
Host Meghna Chakrabarti (WBUR) and Modern Love editor Daniel Jones (The New York Times) go deep, sharing some of the best stories about love today. You can follow @MeghnaWBUR and @danjonesNYT on Twitter.New episodes are uploaded every Thursday.Subscribe to the podcast: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | Radio Public.The podcast is produced by Jessica Alpert, John Perotti, Amory Sivertson, Caitlin O’Keefe, and Iris Adler. Contact the podcast team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Breakfast Club
Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo …… This podcast always has be laughing. It’s the World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show, The Breakfast Club, With DJ Envy, Angela Yee And Charlamagne Tha God! Is started listening to this podcast because of Annie from Him vs Her podcast. My favorite part of this podcast is Donkey of The Day. If you ever have a bad day and you want to have a good laugh listen to this podcast.
Black Girl Podcast
Honestly, this one is really popular and it probably goes without saying, but I really love it. So, I’m saying it anyway. I usually only listen to this podcast when I am at work or on my way home from work. You’ve got to give it a listen if you haven’t already. They are raw and down to earth. A room full of black girl magic. Black Girl Podcast is honestly legit.The Black Girl Podcast is a new audio series created by Scottie Beam (@scottiebeam on twitter/IG), Gia Peppers (@giapeppers), Sapphira (@sapphiraem), Bex (@blvckdaria), and Alysha P (@AlyshaP819/@AlyshaP). After the five media phenoms met and became friends at hip hop’s most iconic station, Hot 97, they decided to make their hilarious conversations about life issues, sisterhood, pop culture, love, growth, and the pursuit of their dreams to the public. Listen every week as their differing opinions and life experiences lead them to understand themselves, and the world around them, a little bit better. Hopefully, you’ll laugh, argue, and learn something about yourselves, too. Follow us on Twitter and IG @blackgirlpod. I absolutely love this podcast and they inspired me to create and start my own podcast.
Pour A Glass
Drum Roll Please!!!!!! A mix of Boujee & Down To Earth RATCHET. Yes, Pour A Glass Podcast will officially launch on January 1st, 2018. This podcast is a new audio series created by four girls based in Dallas, Texas. This podcast was created by Karly, Kenya, Raven,and Kiara. They talk about everything from life lessons, men, religion, culture, love, and much more. Pour A Glass Podcast will have a new episode every Monday. Stay tuned and follow us on Instagram at @pouraglasspdcst. Also email us at email@example.com. I am so excited that I can finally tell you guys about this amazing project that I have been working on for the past couple of months. Pour A Glass Podcast will be available on Apple Podcast and Soundcloud.