One Infinite Life
August 20, 2015

Looking for some inspiring podcasts to start listening to? Here are 6 of my current favourites...

I’m currently obsessed with podcasts.

And at the moment I listen to podcasts pretty much every day.

I listen to them instead of watching TV, or when I go for a walk, or while I’m in the car or on public transport, when doing stuff around the house (like cleaning or cooking) or when I’m working on the computer.

I find them to be entertaining, as well as inspiring and useful.

So if you’re looking for some inspiring podcasts to listen to, here are my picks…


The Brave Exchange with Lucy Bourchier

The Brave Exchange with Lucy Bourchier

“Honest chat with change instigators and compelling creators breaking the cycle of convention and redefining success one brave mission at a time. Each episode reveals the lesser-told journey of success and explores what it really takes to lead an extraordinary existence. Tune in for lessons on how to instigate an lead a movement that matters; how to grow and escalate your life after failure; and how to inject more meaning, connection and resilience into your life and business. We explore all the juicy stuff including failure, change, motivation, relationships, leadership, entrepreneurship, habits and more.”


This is my go-to podcast when I want to feel inspired. Think super juicy conversations that are so real, honest and transparent and Lucy asks her guests some really incredible questions. I tend to write a heaps of notes in my phone when listening to this podcast as the episodes are always super insightful.


Where to start: Divine Destruction with Tara Bliss or Assassins of Creativity (+ unleashing your best work everyday) with Todd Henry.


The Lively Show with Jess Lively

The Lively Show with Jess Lively

“The Lively Show is a weekly podcast designed to add a little extra intention to your everyday. Episodes will touch on various aspects of our lives including possessions, personal habits, relationships, and career. Entrepreneurship and online business also appear from time to time. There is a special emphasis on the blogging world and each episode is designed to uplift, inform and inspire.”


This podcast is awesome and when I first discovered it I binge listened to SO many episodes. The episodes do exactly what the description says they are designed to… They are uplifting, informative, inspirational, and I always find them super interesting. There are new episodes each week and at the moment there are 88 inspirational episodes, which I highly recommend you dive into…


Where to start: Turn your day around and how to say no with Alexandra Franzen or Increasing our joy with Rachel Macdonald.


She Makes Magic with Koren and Alana Helbig

She Makes Magic

“She Makes Magic: The Podcast Series is for women craving soul-centered change. Hosted by Australian sisters Koren and Alana Helbig, the series features real-life stories from women around the world who’ve been through this before – and succeeded. They’ve honoured their calling and now live kind-hearted and often awesomely unconventional lifestyles. Each interview is packed with wisdom on facing fears, dealing with naysayers, managing finances, and staying grounded and motivated. These interviews will fire you up with inspiration and hand you the knowledge and resources you need to get out there and start living large.”


Soulful and inspirational interviews with kind-hearted women, that is both empowering and also useful and insightful. The conversation revolve around soul-centered change and is really inspirational. I love the conversational vibe of this podcast, it feels like I’m listening to two friends chat about life.



Where to start: Alex Olsen: jewellery designer and Violet Gray Design founder or Laurent Aletta: Intuitive coach and Inner Hue founder.



Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert

Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert

“Magic Lessons are road maps for the path to creativity, the extra nudge you need when you’re feeling stuck. In alternating episodes, Elizabeth Gilbert talks to people who are facing creative challenges and to guest experts, to offer perspective, advice and inspiration.”


This podcast is for all the creatives out there. The episodes where Liz chats to people who are facing creative challenges are like an epic coaching session, chock full of wisdom and advice, but feel like a chat with a friend. The alternating episodes, with the guest experts, are incredible as well, with super valuable insights and advice. If you are feeling ‘stuck’ creatively, this podcast is definitely for you.


Where to start: Do What Ignites Your Soul or Cheryl Strayed To Mums – “pursue your passions like a mofo.”


Awaken Radio with Connie Chapman

Awaken Radio with Connie Chapman

“The Awaken Radio Podcast brings you heart-opening conversations and inspiring interviews with experts and thought leaders from all over the world. Tune in each week to hear episodes with Connie and her guests covering everything from practical strategies for more happiness, confidence and self-love to how to live a soulful and intuitively-guided life.”


This podcast is full of really heart-felt and soulful interviews with super inspiring people. It covers topics such as happiness, self-love, spirituality and living authentically from the heart. This is one of the first podcasts I ever started to listen to regularly, and for good reason, the conversations are soul-stirring, heart-opening and really inspiring.


Where to start? Find Freedom & Harmony In Your Body (And Life) with Cassie Mendoza-Jones or The Power Of Self-Love & Soul-Connection with Julie Parker.


Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

“Gretchen Rubin is HAPPIER, and she wants you to be happier too. The #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before gets more personal than ever as she brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast. Gretchen’s cohost and guinea pig is her younger sister, Elizabeth Craft, a TV writer and producer living in Los Angeles, who (lovingly) refers to Gretchen as her happiness bully.”


I loved The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin so I was pretty excited when I found this podcast — and I really enjoy it. I love the conversational feel of these episodes and rapport between Gretchen and her sister Liz. The episodes are about how to incorporate habits into your everyday life to make you happier. Each episode contains really useful tips that you can easily try out in your own life and I love the ‘try this at home’ suggestions.


Where to start? Try This At Home-A-Palooza with A.J. Jacobs or Creative Habits with Guest Rosanne Cash.


I’m always looking for new podcasts to subscribe to, so I would love to know:

What are your favourite podcasts at the moment?

Looking forward to hearing from you in the comments below!

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  • Thank you so much for sharing The Lively Show among these other great shows!! I have been hearing a lot about Elizabeth’s new podcast. It’s awesome to know you’re enjoying it, too!


    • My pleasure Jess, as you already know I am obsessed with The Lively Show and it is totally one of my go-to podcasts! So thank you for creating it and delivering such awesome and inspiring conversations.
      I have really been enjoying Elizabeth’s podcast and her insights on creativity are so interesting and valuable, so I highly recommend it (oh and so looking forward to the release of her new book!) Thank you for taking the time to comment 🙂

  • Alessia Gandolfo

    Hi Chloe, I love your list, also one of my current favorites is The Wellness Wonderland with Katie Dalebout , I’m sure you’ll love it 🙂 xx

    • Thanks so much Alessia, I am thrilled that you liked the list and I hope that you have found some podcasts that you enjoy. Thank you for the recommendation, I look forward to checking it out 🙂