Susie Almaneih en Marketing, Business Director of SVP Products • Exact Marketing 8/2/2018 · 1 min de lectura · +300

Best Podcasts for Working Moms

Best Podcasts for Working Moms

Working moms have a lot going on from day to day. When the days are stressful and nights are busy, it can be difficult to remember there are other mothers that are in a similar boat as you. Instead of getting frustrated, plug in your headphones and listen to some of these podcasts that offer great advice, insight, or even just a few encouraging words to let you know you’re not alone.

Working Motherhood

Although podcasts are easy to listen to, finding time in their busy day to devote nearly an hour or more to listen to a talk show just seems out of the realm of possibility. Working Motherhood takes the busy lives of their listeners into account by condensing their podcast into a 30-minute discussion. It’ll make a great addition to your ride home and is chock-full of useful tips and inspirational guests that will be easy to fit into your routine.

Stuff Mom Never Told You

This podcast goes into a variety of topics from feminism and gender equality, parenting, pop culture, and society in general. Co-hosts Emilie Aries and Bridget Todd give their ideas about each topic and talk through the different perspectives relating to the subject matter.

One Bad Mother

Motherhood can be stressful, there’s no doubt about it, but it can also be funny. Tune into One Bad Mother for a much-needed laugh or two. The podcast is hosted by the hilarious duo Biz Ellis and Theresa Thorn. Try to keep this one away from your kids though because they sometimes use explicit language during their conversations.

Mom Talk Radio

This podcast packs a lot of information and helpful tips into each and every show. The podcast is hosted by mom and radio talk show host Maria Bailey, and she’s been involved in this radio broadcast since 1995. She is dedicated to getting the best information to her listeners and has even published 7 books during her career. Whether you’re a mom of one baby or have three children ranging from college age to toddler age, this podcast is sure to give you a bunch of advice you can apply to your own parenting style.