Once you get into the world of podcasts, you never really go back. It’s the best parts of the radio mixed with the best parts of the internet, and it’s completely free and on demand. And there are more topics and types of shows than you could ever hope to listen to, so it’s a infinite box of listening pleasure.
But what activities could you do while listening to these various podcasts? Consider the possibilities of working out, driving, getting ready to sleep, getting your morning motivation in, or just learning about cool stuff. And it’s all just a few clicks away through iTunes or another podcast browser.
When you’re working out on your favorite treadmill, you’re going to want to push through your favorite type of high-energy tunes. And rather than listen to the same mix of the same songs over and over again, you can subscribe to a few podcasts that fit your genre of choice and never have to listen to a repeat again! In particular, there are a ton of DJ mixes or otherwise electronically-oriented stuff that fits this bill quite nicely.
There are a lot of great podcasts to listen to while driving. These are the ones that keep people engaged and alert, have a mix of music and information, and can be about whatever the driver is interested in. Even a short search through podcast directories will give interested parties dozes of high-quality options when it comes to scrolling through the material, and after a few long trips checking out the pros and cons of different channels, the commuter will have a good set of podcast subscriptions to work with.
Getting Ready To Sleep
And just like there are podcasts to get you moving, there are podcasts to put you to sleep. Often these are in the form of meditation podcasts, and the hosts will move you from wakefulness to pleasantly sleepy through different guided meditations and breathing exercises.
And while you’re drinking your morning coffee, there are a number of awesome podcasts that are high-energy, high-positivity, and good-vibe-centric that are excellent ways to get your day going. They’re the podcast equivalent of TED talks, and many people find that their day starts much more energetically once they get that part of their routine set.
Getting Your Learn On
And some podcasts are simply informational. You might find them dry or too technical, but if you need a dry and technical source of information that isn’t just sitting in a dusty textbook, this is the way to go. Plus the fact that they’re regularly updated so information will be current on the topics involved.
Originally posted on May 1, 2016 @ 3:22 am