Good ol’ Canadian winter. You head to work: it’s dark outside. You head home from work: it’s dark outside. And without the holiday lights and festivities to brighten up the cold weather and short days… let’s just say, it’s not exactly easy to start (or end) your day in any kind of merry mood.
So here’s a little #inspo. Whether you find yourself on a packed subway or alone in your car, these podcasts can help keep you calm and carrying on this winter.
Oprah’s Super Soul
What’s a list of inspirational podcasts without including the Queen of inspiration herself, right?
Super Soul Conversations is the online version of Oprah’s hit TV show: SuperSoul Sunday. Featuring conversations with world-renowned leaders, thinkers, and visionaries this podcast is sure to give you that much-needed boost.
That’s So Retrograde
An entire podcast dedicated to wellness topics? Sign us up!
In their podcast That’s So Retrograde, Los Angeles based friends, Elizabeth Kott and Stephanie Simbari dive into wellness-related topics (physical, spiritual, and everything inbetween!) with leading psychologists, meditators, and gurus from around the world, while sharing their (oh so relatable) personal journeys of maintaining a more balanced life.
Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert
Are you an aspiring artist/creative or just creatively-minded? Then you’ll really like this one!
Elizabeth Gilbert is the author of best-selling novel “Eat, Pray, Love” and “Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear.” In her podcast Magic Lessons she inspires young creatives to harness their full creative potential.
#GirlBoss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Learning from industry-leading businesswomen how to redefine what success really means. It doesn’t get much more inspirational than that!
In her podcast, #GirlBoss, Sophia Amoruso has conversations with CEOs, founders, VPs, journalists, and other businesswomen who are taking their industries by storm to dive into their personal stories with success, what it means to them, and how we (as women) can attain our own personal successes.
Good Life Project
If this doesn’t shout “inspiration!” we don’t know what does: “A good life is not a place at which you arrive, it’s a lens through which you see and create your world” (Jonathan Fields, founder of Good Life Project).
Candid and open conversations with some of the world’s greatest thinkers, entrepreneurs, artists, and more on how to open your mind, switch your perspective, and embrace all the positive vibes the world is offering you.