The 5 best podcasts for moms to keep you going Family

Podcasts for mothers

Podcasts are a resource that you can listen to at any time, which is worth gold for parents. Listen when you work or when the kids are asleep and the night is yours. From listening to other mothers’ stories to delving into the wisdom of experts – we’re all there when it comes to listening to one of these five podcasts for mothers.

Podcasts for mothers

Coffee + crumbs

This podcast is undoubtedly a favorite among mothers and touches everything related to motherhood. It’s great to find your tribe when you’re pregnant, a young mother or an experienced mother, but it’s not always easy. The Coffee Crumbs podcasts are honest, raw and uplifting. Most importantly, the listener realizes that he is not alone, because we all make our way story by story through this crazy journey of parenting.

The Goop Podcast

Goop’s mission statement is: “We go first so you don’t have to” and we love this. From celebrity, wellness, and relationship experts to chats with bestselling New York Times authors, Goop reports on topics ranging from taboo (why we crave) to life-changing (Finding Joy Again). We appreciate the thoughtfulness that goes into these podcasts.

Terrible, thanks for asking

Don’t be fooled by the title of this podcast. Nora McInerny’s show produces straightforward themes that are not just unicorns and rainbows, but themes that many of us can tell or learn from. Issues such as how our childhood affected us in “What happened to you?” Terrible, thanks for asking is a unique storytelling, and despite the title, this podcast is not only educational but also a positive listening experience.

Oprah SuperSoul Conversations Podcast

Oprah may not run as president, and we (somehow) agree because her SuperSoul Conversations podcast series is here to inspire. Chats with personalities like Amy Schumer and bestselling authors like Cheryl Strayed feel like free therapy. Each episode includes the Oprah Mojo that we all need in our lives and helps listeners inquire and hopefully address the biggest problems in life.

The new normal

If you’ve ever overheard other mothers’ conversations, you’re probably like us, mothers who want to hear that other parents may face similar challenges. That’s why we love Emma Clark Gratton and Tess McCabe’s podcast The New Normal. The episodes are about talking to an invited parent to talk about work balance, children and our best life with children.

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