This is the first episode of the “What to Watch, Read + Listen” podcast. WTWRL is a podcast for curious people (like me) who are always looking for inspiration, forward thinking ideas, and current trends. Each episode has a specific topic and gives you tons of starting points for your own journey into the English-speaking world. Today’s show “The One For My Girlfriends” gives you tons of things to talk about with YOUR girlfriends.
Have fun and enjoy the show!
Show Notes – WTWRL podcast, episode 1
What to Watch
One of many really good quotes:
Vulnerability is hard, and it’s scary and it feels dangerous. But it’s not as hard or scary or dangerous as getting to the end of our lives and having to ask ourselves: “What if I would have shown up?”
What to Read
In Intimate Detail – How to choose, wear and love lingerie by Cora Harrington
Cora Harrington on Instagram
How to walk away by Katherine Center
My favorite quote from the book that I keep coming back to:
When you don’t know what to do for yourself, do something for somebody else.
What to Listen
10 things to tell you by Laura Tremaine
#14 Skincare routines and Beauty Products with Jamie Golden (60 minutes)
#13 Who do you tell? (25 minutes)
Sorta Awesome by Meg Tietz
#196 The Awesome Summer List of 2019
If you are still looking for a podcast app, I can highly recommend the Overcast app. Here is the blog post in which I walk you through the app. The app is only available for iOS at the moment, but the pre-installed podcasts apps on your phone work just as well.
Share your own recommendations
Please use my recommendations as starting points for your own list of favorite shows, podcasts, books and more. If you want to share your discoveries and takeaways from this episode on social media, please tag me personally or use the hashtag #wtwrl. I’m mostly on Instagram these days and on LinkedIn.
I hope you enjoyed the first episode of the “What to watch read + listen” podcast.
Thanks for listening. Now go and rock the world!
I’ll see you next time.
A side note: All opinions are my own. This post is not sponsored, neither is this episode of the WTWRL podcast.