3 New Podcasts You Will Love

by - May 28, 2018

After posting my first 'episode' of my favourite podcasts, I discovered so many more (thanks to your recommendations), and so my obsession continues to grow. I have almost become dependant on a good podcast to listen to whilst doing anything - even currently I'm listening to one!

Couples Therapy with Candice and Casey

This podcast is new to me and new as a whole! Everyone has probably heard of Casey Neistat who shares his life on YouTube, and so it's no surprise that he has started his very own podcast alongside his wife, Candice. This podcast delves into their personal life, in which they discuss candidly the ups and downs of their marriage (me being nosey, I definitely wanted to hear this), friendship, parenting and their lives in the YouTube spotlight. It is also interesting to hear the view and voice of Candice, which we wouldn't normally hear, and the more personal view of the pair. This is definitely a must listen, even if you're not a Casey Neistat fans.

Walking The Dog

This podcast isn't my usual go-to genre and theme, yet after listening to just one episode I am hooked. Conducted by Emily Dean from The Times, she interviews various comedic friends, whilst well walking the dog! This makes the podcast seem so natural and flows effortlessly, just as though your walking beside. They talk about the weird, the wonderful, the funny and the extraordinary. If you are put off by the aspect of it being a comedy, don't be fooled, as to be honest I enjoy this podcast just as much as any other (I think it's the interview which does it!).

Happy Place 

Again, another new discovery of mine which I was so excited to give it a listen as it bloody Ferne Cotton!! This podcast follows her successful bestseller 'HAPPY', and this is equally as successful by delving into unlocking the inner happiness. She chats to inspiring individuals who have either made a change in their own life or who help people every day to find a different way of looking at life; revealing what happiness means to them.  The conversations are so raw and real, which takes this topic to an extra level on meaningfulness. By far, my favourite episode has been with Stephen Fry (it's an emotional one), with Alexandra Shulman coming a close second!

This concludes my second round up of podcasts, to keep you going through this half-term! There is a podcast for everyone, plus they are all free and are a great source of entertainment for an evening chill or a getting ready supplement. The choice is yours! 

What are your current favourite podcasts?

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  1. Great post - I have been wanting to listen to some podcasts but didn't really know where to start; thanks for giving 3 suggestions! The Couples Therapy sounds super interesting as it is so cool to see how couples deal with the stress of a YouTube career :)
    -Jenna <3
    Follow me back? The Chic Cupcake

  2. Happy Place sounds great! I always listen to podcasts while I run and I’m starting to run out... Thanks for writing this post !!

  3. These are great podcast recs! I like that Couples Therapy is so real with the couple talking about real issues. Ooh! I know I'd like Happy Place because it sounds inspiring. Thanks for sharing!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

  4. Happy Place sounds like something I'd really enjoy, especially at this particular point in my life. I'll check that out, thanks :)

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

  5. Couples Therapy is awesome! Huge fan of both of them. Thanks for the suggestions for the other two! I've got some other recommendations I'd love for you to check out and see if you like here.

    xo, Erin || Coffee Meets Polished

  6. I love happy place! I always listen it when I am going on the car hahaha
    Thanks for sharing!

    Miriam | www.theopiblog.com

  7. I keep getting recommended podcasts to listen to but I never get round to it as I feel like I have something to do all the time! These genuinely all sound like things I'd be interested in, especially the "Happy Place" one, I'm always looking for ways to bring more positivity and motivation into my life and my mum loves Fearnes book!
    Alice Xx

  8. I've only started getting into podcast recently, I like the sound of the couples therapy one. Will give it a listen

    Kay xx

  9. I've never really been into podcasts but I listened to CTRL, ALT, DELETE (i think that's what it's called!) by Emma Gannon, when she had a chat with Stacey Dooley and absolutely loved it. Would love to get into listening to podcasts more!


  10. I've never listened to a podcast, I just feel like I don't really have the time for them, but I like the idea of Walking the dog and I love Ferne Cotton so I think I may start there and give Happy Place a listen. Thanks for the recommendations.

    Emma x

  11. I'm loving The Banging Bookclub at the moment - check it out!

    Chloe :)


  12. I love Candice and Casey, it is really good for making couples that live together think about each thing they discuss.Even for those not in a relationship it still is something to think about!