Home » A podcast for everyone: Podcasts you will love if you’re multi-passionate

A podcast for everyone: Podcasts you will love if you’re multi-passionate

This post is going to discuss my favourite podcasts I listen to as a multi-passionate mother. I am a mother, homemaker, urban homesteader and I work this blog. I have varied passions and they are definitely represented through my podcast library.

overhead shot of a cellphone between a mug and headphones podcast
Photo by cottonbro studio on

Why I love podcasts

Podcasts are my absolute favourite way to consume digital content. Not only are they bite-sized enough and I can get a huge variety of topics but I can put them on and enjoy them in the background. In fact, anything that I can listen to while I am busy pottering around the kitchen is great. You can check out my previous post where I share my top 5 audiobooks for entrepreneurs.

Now, I am multi-passionate, and I think we all are to some degree. I am a passionate homemaker, stay-at-home mother and urban homesteader. But I am also a passionate content creator and interested in business. You could also say that I am passionate about natural living, nourishing food and food as medicine too.

With these passions in mind, my podcast playlist is varied. It is also full of incredible humans who share their lives, and their knowledge with the world.

Without further ado, let’s dive in.

1. Jenna Kutcher’s Goal Digger Podcast

When it comes to learning more about business there is no one greater than Jenna Kutcher. If you haven’t come across Jenna Kutcher in the business world then this is your sign to go and search for her Goal Digger podcast.

Jenna has over 600 episodes so far, and growing weekly, where she will dive into business, marketing and everyday life.

Whether you are looking to optimise your email list, grow your reach on Pinterest, embrace Instagram or just learn some growth hacks, I promise you won’t be disappointed.

A wonderful blend of life and business. This podcast is perfect for the modern mother.

2. Lisa Bass’ Simple Farmhouse Life Podcast

I think I found Lisa through a Pinterest search when I was looking for Sourdough help. It’s here where I first came across her blog Farmhouse on Boone. When I found she had a podcast too and was talking about all the things that I am passionate about I was hooked.

Whether you’re a homesteader, an aspiring homesteader or an urban homesteader like me I think you will love the Simple Farmhouse Life podcast. Lisa delves into the nitty gritty of homestead life in a really easy and approachable way. I love how even though we live totally different lives I can relate to so much of her content.

3. The Freely Rooted Podcast

When I found the Freely Rooted Podcast I felt like I had found what I had been looking for. A podcast that helps embrace my biology in conjunction with health, wellness and natural living.

The episodes are so full of incredible research and jumping off points to help the modern woman and are particularly interesting for those who are more connected to natural and traditional living, as well as those who are looking to live outside of modern society’s norms.

4. Sustainable Dish Podcast

In a world that has an agenda, it isn’t always to find the truth. When it comes to food and nourishing our bodies we’re keen to really uncover what is best. The Sustainable Dish podcast (and Instagram while we’re at it) is a great source of information.

Diana, the host (and nutritionist) delves into common mistruths surrounding meat eating, ways we can do better and why it is one of the most nutrient dense foods we can consume.

I love too how it dispels so many myths (with the research) that we have been fed growing up. It’s truly mindblowing.

5. The life without school podcast

We have home educated our children since birth and have never put them inside the schooling system. We also have no intention of doing so. I think this is why I love this podcast so much, as it helps me deconstruct my feeling about school and education. It also has me nodding along at every step.

The life without school podcast is the understanding and guidance I really benefit from and it’s so nice to listen to others who have walked this path before us.

But before you go

I feel as though it would be totally remiss of me not to mention my own podcast in a post all about my favourite podcasts. While I am not a listener of my own podcast I can definitely say that I absolutely love making it and my only wish is that I had started it sooner.

So here it is: The Slow Living Collective Podcast

What are some of your favourite podcasts? I am always on the lookout for new podcasts to add to my library so be sure to send them over. You can either leave your recommendations in the comments or feel free to DM me over on Instagram.

Until next time,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Heads up – This blog uses affiliate links. If you click a link (and make a purchase) I’ll earn a little extra coffee money, at no extra cost to you. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.