Maybe because I've been reading too much fiction. Or spending too much time on news events. Election years can be so draining.
I've been thinking about spending a bit more time in nonfiction land, so starting today I'm taking a break from the audiobooks I usually enjoy on my commutes to and from the office and listening to some informative podcasts.
Once I started to dig into all the podcasts available, I was astounded by the amount out there. Hundreds! I thought podcasting was going the way of the dodo but, not so! Alive and well!
Here's what I pulled:
- Young House Love has a Podcast - Decorating and house stuff.
- Stuff You Missed in History Class - Deep dive into people and events.
- TED Radio Hour - We all know TED talks.
- The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe - The Dirty Jobs guys has the best voice.
- Anna Faris is Unqualified - I keep reading about this, so I'm adding it.
- Elise Gets Crafty - This one was well-reviewed in the Crafty catagory.
As you can see, I looked for nonfiction podcasts in areas that interest me like HISTORY, DECORATING and CREATIVITY. And avoided current events and pop culture as much as possible. I get enough of that from other sources.
Review are soon to come.