Here's a run down of what I'm usually listening to:
First thing in the morning, at the crisp, too-early hour of 6am, I humpty dumpty my butt out of bed, open up my iHeartRadio app on my iPhone and listen to the Bobby Bones Show as I'm getting ready for the day (drinking coffee, dressing for the gym, packing my lunch, etc). I also like to listen to them when I'm on the StairMill (warning: you may fall off from laughing so hard!)
The cool thing about listening to them on iHeartRadio is you don't have to listen to the music, it's just the show! When they cut for commercial breaks or to play a song, it doesn't actually cut, the show just keeps on rolling. They also recently moved to Nashville, so now they're all about the COUNTRY music. Yeah, baby!
As I'm cruising through Atlanta traffic for work, I like to listen to the Dr. Laura Podcast. People call into her radio show and she offers advice on marriage issues, kids, family stuff.
She's the author of a ton of great books, like The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands, one of my favorites.
She's also super into fitness, and can probably do more push ups than you. Just saying.
The Fat Burning Man is another one of my favorites, and recently new to me. His podcasts come out once a week, and he interviews some of the most interesting people. He's also about eating real food, Paleo, functional fitness, etc. Recently, I listened to him talk with Gary Taubes, Melissa Joulwan: the author of Well Fed, the brains behind Turbulence Training, and Mira and Jayson Calton. Great energy, great information, and overall just incredibly interesting.
P.S. Check out Craig Ballantyne's 12 Rules I live By.
As the night is winding down, I also love the Joel Osteen podcasts. Good, uplifting, a happy way to finish off the evening and start the new day on a positive note.
Do you listen to podcasts?
Or do you prefer music?
I'm kind of thinking I could get into Audiobooks, if they weren't so expensive!