DO YOU EVEN PODCAST?

by Ashli Stockton Catherine Spinley


 
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If we had $1 for every time our grandparents referenced “the good old days” when people worked hard, houses were cheap and families gathered ‘round the radio to listen to their weekly shows, well, we wouldn’t be here writing this post. We’d be too busy living on our private island and drinking fresh coconut water from our OWN palm trees, the palm trees that hold up the hammock we would be lounging in at this exact moment. But Meemaw and Peepaw were Depression kids who never let a dollar out of their sight, so, alas, our grand plan failed.

 Image:  Pinterest

Image: Pinterest

However, we already live on an island (ahem - Manhattan is a land mass surrounded by water) and between the rent and the cost of a monthly MTA pass there’s barely enough left to cover the Checked Bag Fee on a flight to our imaginary tropical island.

It’s 2018 and we are right in the middle of The Golden Age of the Podcast. What started out as a handful of NPR This American Life reruns on the weekend is now a full-blown daily schedule of content we can’t live without, which is serendipitous because we’ve got a lot of vacation time to kill and nowhere to go. Here are a few of our favorites (seriously, we have SO many more). Subscribe, sit back and let the calypso of a newly-downloaded podcast episode wash over your soul.

Ashli’s Favorites

  • Gary Vee Audio Experience

  • Lady Gang

  • Fat Mascara

  • How I Build This

  • Generation Y

  • Bitch Sesh

  • Casefile

  • Reply All

  • The Moth

Cathy’s Favorites

  • Mueller She Wrote Pod Save America

  • Lovett or Leave It

  • Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

  • Dear John

  • Second Life

  • 2 Dope Queens

  • S-Town

Ashli is the founder & CEO of Leisure at Sunday Forever and The Sunday Issue as well as an extreme beauty lover, leisure enthusiast and dog and plant mom. 

Catherine Spinley is a sometimes-writer and photographer based in New York. When not stalking other people’s dogs or yelling at people who refuse to walk up the left side of the escalator, she works in the beauty industry and practices yoga. You can read more from her at Worepaint.com.