3 podcasts that you need to listen to (volume 3)

“All of them for different reasons but having variety in your podcast listening habits is probably a good thing otherwise you will get fed up.”

Another month, another instalment of 3 podcasts that you need to listen to. This takes the total up to 3. Volume 3.

My love of popping on a podcast hasn’t burnt down, it is still one of my favourite commute entertainment methods. That is 100% what commute activties are called… Every week I am discovering new podcasts that I fall head of heels with. All of them for different reasons but having variety in your podcast listening habits is probably a good thing otherwise you will get fed up.

Podcasts for me range from beauty to interviews with a stop off at a little bit of good old fashioned comedy.

Catch up on volume 1 and volume 2.


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The Female struggle is real by Emma-Jo Real-Davies

I came across Emma-Jo’s podcast completly by chance on Twitter one day. She talks with bloggers, pals and professionals about the things that females struggle with. From dating to getting a cervical smear. Emma-Jo is completely open and honest while being engaging with who she talks with.

Fat Mascara

Hosted by Jessica Matlin and Jennifer Goldstein deliver a weekly podcast all about beauty. With guests from Charlotte Tilbury (one of my favourite episodes) to Violette_fr. The episodes are interesting, bubbly and informative. It goes beyond the topline beauty chat and does really delve deep into the backgrounds of the guests on Fat Mascara.

Standard Issue Magazine

This, in my opinion, is pure good ol’ fashioned laughs. With a great mix of panelists, you are guaranteed to have to chock back a little laugh on the bus. One of my favourite episodes is the Claudia Winkleman, Sarah Horgan and Sandi Toksvig. Sadly the Standard Issue Magazine site is no longer around but the podcast is burning strong.

I’m forever looking for new podcasts to listen to, what are your favourite podcasts?

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