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5 Engaging Podcasts To Get You Through The Month Of March

Sarah Allely, The Brain on Nature
Sarah Allely, Host of The Brain on Nature

Another month has flown right past us in 2020 like it was nothing. But a new month can only mean one thing. New podcasts to listen to.

In February, Women Love Tech gave you a list of five weird and funny podcasts and now for March, we’re right back at it. This selection has an overarching theme of experiences. From relaxed discussions about all facets of life, to stories of how nature helped a victim of a severe accident pull herself through her arduous journey to recovery.

Here are five podcasts to get you through your day.

1# It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield

podcasts, acast, It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield

Hosted by the runner up of The Bachelor Season Seven, Abbie Chatfield gives her advice on dating, friendships, sex and other aspects of life. Laidback and conversational, listening to this podcast is almost like having a chat with your friends over a glass of wine.

Listen to it here.

2# Don’t Stop Us Now!

Don't Stop Us Now!

Hosted by Claire Hatton and Greta Thomas, listen in on real stories and get great advice from some of the most innovative and interesting women in the world.

Listen to it here.

3# Divorce Story

Divorce Story

This 12-week podcast series deep dives into the details of a divorce, how to manage one, and how come out better on the other side. The host, Cass Thorburn, talks of her own experience as a stay-at-home mum to her three kids who went through a separation from her partner.

Listen to it here.

4# Brain on Nature

Brain on Nature, podcast

After Sarah Allely suffered a bicycle accident that left her unable to read, write or watch TV, she explains in her podcast how nature eased her through the recovery process. Immerse yourselves in the calming sounds of forests and coastlines that improved her focus, relieved her headaches and lifted her out of depression and anxiety.

Listen to it here.

5# Footyology

podcast, Footyology

Are you a footy fan? If you are, then you absolutely have to tune into Rohan Connolly and Mark Fine’s wrap of each AFL Round in their podcast Footyology.

Listen to it here.

Emeric Brard

Written by Emeric Brard

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