Podcasts Every Working Mum Needs On Her Playlist
1/5 Harvard Business Review—Women At Work
Gain insight, useful information and ultimately empowerment from this podcast created by Harvard Business Review editors Amy Bernstein, Amy Gallo and Nicole Torres. Discussing pressing issues concerning women in the workplace, such as the wage gap, the journalist-hosts interview relevant experts as well as talk about their own experiences, offering practical advice for climbing up that ladder of success despite the overwhelming obstacles.
2/5 Happier With Gretchen Rubin
Gretchen Rubin is the author of many bestsellers like The Happiness Project, Outer Order and Happier at Home. She's also the host of a weekly podcast called Happier where she shares advice on how to become happier and more successful through trial, error and experimentation, providing a positive perspective on the road to success.
3/5 Coffee + Crumbs
The life of a mother isn’t always filled with rainbows and sunshine. On the contrary, it’s often chaotic and messy, sprinkled with moments of love and warm hugs. It was from the mind of a young mother in the shower that Coffee + Crumbs, a place where mothers can connect and share their experiences, was created. Filled with heartwarming stories of vulnerability and honesty, the podcast is both a community and sanctuary for the modern mother. So, whenever you have the time, take a listen to the stories of these mothers to laugh, cry and remind yourself why you love coffee.
4/5 Beyond Burnout—Life Management For Working Moms
Founded by Dr Tracey Marks, Beyond Burnout is made for busy working mums who want to learn more about how to improve physical and mental wellbeing in order to unleash maximum potential. An excellent storyteller, Dr Tracey will help you become the stronger and more confident mother and businesswomen you have it in you to be.
5/5 Best Of Both Worlds
Who says you can’t be a mother and a badass woman at the same time? Co-led by working mothers, Best of Both Worlds is a weekly podcast that has your back. Discussing everything from balancing your life at work and home to uproariously funny stories about summer vacations gone wrong, these two women—Laura Vanderkam and Sarah Hart-Unger—understand the nuance of balancing family and ambition. There isn't any topic they can't tackle as they seek to reshape how we view mothers, not just as caretakers but as girl bosses.
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