6 podcasts to binge in 2022 / podcast recommendations part 2



All the Hacks https://allthehacks.substack.com/

The Happiness Lab https://www.happinesslab.fm

Crime Show https://gimletmedia.com/shows/crime-show

Life Kit https://www.npr.org/lifekit

Bigger Pockets Money Podcast https://www.biggerpockets.com/moneyshow

How to Be A Better Human https://www.ted.com/podcasts/how-to-be-a-better-human

5 lessons i learned in 2021

2021 was not perfect, but I’m very grateful for it. I learned so much!

lesson 1: never lose your confidence 0:12

lesson 2: embrace challenges 2:42

lesson 3: invest in yourself 3:56

lesson 4: have compassion towards yourself and others 6:47

lesson 5: enjoy life as it is 8:59

brunch, burgers, & sharpening my knives (satisfying) // September 2021 Vlog


HARD Summer was the perfect opportunity to let loose for the first time in a long time.

What’s your favorite music festival? Which drop was your favorite?

Skip to 1:15 if you want to jump right in!

HARD summer playlist – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1uP…

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summer vlog – taking myself out on dates!

When’s the last time you took yourself out on a date? I hope you enjoy this chill summer vlog – I treat myself to banh mi and ube iced coffee, as well as a solo picnic in the park. It’s nice just to enjoy my own company for once!

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trying something new…a newsletter style post

hey – how are you doing? it’s been a while since I’ve written on here. we live in a culture where everything has to be perfect and airbrushed. i miss and pine for the days where you didn’t have to triple check and double think everything.

I wanted to round out a few pieces of content that I’ve discovered recently that have spoken to me in some way. I hope you enjoy. Please share any music, articles, quotes, youtube videos, podcast episodes, etc. that have made you stop and think lately in the comments below :)



I found this video on youtube a few weeks ago and it helped verbalize and break down a question I’d been asking myself since last summer – sharing and reading infographics on social media can be useful, but does not replace taking actual action. She also makes a really interesting point about how much the most widely shared infographics are based on the aesthetics versus the content. I found it such a helpful video for me to reflect on this big question.


from Reddit – R/GetMotivated