4 Inspiring Podcasts for Moms

I love podcasts. One of my very favorite things to do on a hard day is to pack the kids up, go to the park, and watch them play while my headphones deliver some fresh inspiration. Podcasts are amazing, and they can make chores a lot more fun too. I get asked pretty often which ones are my favorite, so today I’m sharing what my top four are and why I love them.

Inspired to Action. Kat Lee is one of the most inspirational moms out there, in my opinion. She will motivate you to wake up earlier, be better, learn more, and pour love into your kids. She always has awesome guest speakers, too, which I appreciate.

This is Your Life with Michael Hyatt. Michael Hyatt is probably the person I’d like to meet most of everyone alive on earth. I think he’s such a sweetheart, such a leader, such an inspiration. His podcast works for anyone in any stage of life, but as an momtrepreneur, he has taught me the most about running a godly, successful business and becoming a good leader. He’s also taught me the most profound lessons on becoming a better conversationalist around the dinner table with my family, handling gossips, and what to do when you just feel like giving up on everything. I absolutely adore him and his podcast.

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The 5AM Miracle with Jeff Sanders. This podcast is all about being the best version of yourself and tackling your day. It’s what motivated me to wake up at 4:30AM for 30 days back in February. Jeff has an energy that is contagious and inspiring. He talks about everything and his podcast is great for when you feel like you kind of just need a kick in the butt. 

God Centered Mom. Heather’s voice is great, for starters. I think she’s the cutest! She’s also incredibly kind, and wise, and has the best guest speakers on her show. This podcast is perfect to listen to on a hard day of motherhood.

Next time you have a tough day, hit up Starbucks for an iced coffee, take your kids to the park, and listen to a podcast while you watch them play. It’ll do your mama soul some serious good, I promise.

What podcasts do you listen to?

 

Allie Casazza

Allie Casazza , Murrieta, CA