Before you say anything, I know I spend an obscene amount of time talking about podcasts. I can’t help it, they’re the best way to stay on top of current events and to learn something new. I’m almost always plugged in when I’m out and about. Whether I’m driving to an appointment, grocery shopping or taking a break at work, I’m usually listening to the latest episode of one of my go to podcasts.
Rather than bore you with how awesome I think podcasts are, I figure it’s time to share some of my favourites with you. If you’re always on the go and want to try something a little different, check out this list of podcasts to get you started.
I use DoublePod to access and download my podcasts but there are tons of others to choose from. DoublePod’s great for Androids. If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can download the latest episodes from iTunes.
Ready to get started? Here we go!
Whether you’re a stay at home mom or commute to an office everyday, you might want to earn a little extra money. The rising cost of raising a child or the need to build a little buffer into your savings account might be your motivating factors. Whatever’s caused the spark, a side hustle might be an option for you.
I’m a podcast junkie and a bit of a nerd so I subscribe to a variety of podcasts because I want to learn more about things I normally wouldn’t be exposed to. I recently discovered a new one, it launched on Jan 1 and it’s called Side Hustle School.
Just the title alone had me intrigued because I’m always looking for ways to make a few extra dineros.
Happy New Year everyone! I’ve been on hiatus taking a much needed break but I’m back and ready to get 2017 started. I feel refreshed and brimming with lots of great ideas for the blog this year. Stop by regularly for tips on easy food prep, how to juggle life and motherhood and much more. Bring it on 2017!
Speaking of the new year, how many of you have resolutions? I don’t usually do the resolution thing but have instead adopted a new concept a friend shared with me. Instead of dreaming up a list that sounds more like a wishlist than reality, she suggested thinking of one word that you want to define your year.