Happy Holidays: Happiness Podcasts
Each year during the holidays I try and provide some additional posts about happiness to help keep people’s moods positive during the holidays. I do this, because for many people like myself, the holidays are often the hardest times of the year. ~ Rev Kane
Recently I’ve started listening to a lot of podcasts, so I decided tonight to look around the web for some podcasts on happiness. So a few suggestions tonight on some podcasts to listen to in order to help you on your happiness journey.
Consider Dan Harris your personal meditation coach. Launched from his best-selling book of the same name, the Ten Percent Happier podcast goes beyond meditation and equips listeners with the emotional and mental skills they need to boost their sense of fulfillment, relaxation, and peace of mind.
If you’re looking to reduce stress, fill your life with more optimism, and create a healthier home environment, give the Wellness Mama podcast a download. Host and founder Katie Wells, a certified health coach, mother of six, blogger, and author, turned her personal health research into a weekly podcast where she and top experts unpack topics including nutrition, sleep, natural life hacks, mental health, and parenting.
The Positivity Podcast is hosted by Paul McKenna, the author of several self-help books. McKenna makes use of his experience as a television and radio broadcaster. In this podcast, he interviews some of the world’s most interesting people including film stars, entrepreneurs and entertainers, with the non-journalistic format making you feel like you’re listening to a conversation. From there, you will gain insight into the tricks, hacks, and ways that his guests use to stay positive.
Brandon Beachum, the host of The Positive Head Podcast, believes that it’s a daily conscious effort to maintain a positive mindset. His podcast is ready to help you with that.
If you’re already happy, Gretchen Rubin wants you to be happier. Rubin is the author of bestsellers, The Happiness Project and Better Than Before. In this podcast, Happier With Gretchen Rubin, which Rubin co-hosts with her sister Elizabeth Craft, they bring you advice on good habits and how to live a happier life.
Start your week right by listening to The Good Life Project hosted by Jonathan and Stephanie Fields which airs every Monday. Join the couple’s raw, intimate, and honest conversations on life, including how to live life to the fullest and how to live with a sense of purpose. They also interview different interesting personalities including Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love and even Gretchen Rubin, the podcast host of Happier With Gretchen Rubin.