Here at Lil-Lets we love a good podcast, so we've compiled some of the best, whatever your mood. Join us as we rank the best podcasts to keep you company.
Here at Lil-Lets, we think there's nothing more important than keeping your body and mind healthy and happy, especially after the year we’ve all had. It's what we think about when we're designing our products and when we write our advice pages. Mind and body should always come first, and you should always be kind to both!
This got us thinking about the small things we do each day to give us a positive outlook, improve our mental health, make us smile, and help us stay on top of any pesky mood swings. There are many things in life that can give you a little boost or stimulate your mind and for us, podcasts do just that and as it turns out, we’re not the only ones. In a 2019 survey from Ofcom, it was revealed that around 7.1 million people in the UK listen to at least one podcast each week—that's one in every eight people! But, with so many podcasts out there, where do you start?
Here at Lil-Lets we've decided to give you a helping hand in choosing your next podcast. We're all about mood-boosting, and whether you're feeling introspective or in need of a pick-me-up, there's a perfect podcast to suit your needs. We've gathered data from 200 Spotify podcast charts to bring you the ultimate rankings for every mood, whether you’re feeling low, in need of company or need some serious empowerment!
Whether you’re working from home or heading out for a brisk walk, a good podcast is always great company. We all get a little lonely time to time, and although watching Netflix or listening to music can help, podcasts almost feel like you’re chatting among friends. The following list of podcasts that we've created for you is perfect for whenever you need a bit of company:
Number one on our list is The Joe Rogan Experience, which was launched in 2009 by American comedian and television presenter Joe Rogan and co-host Brian Redban. Expect hilarious chat and a whole host of celebrity guests, including Elon Musk and Mike Tyson.
Coming in at number two, we have The High Low, the weekly conversation between Sunday Times Style columnist and author Dolly Alderton and writer for ELLE magazine Pandora Sykes. In this podcast, the two friends chat about a plethora of topical subject. Whether it be a new novel from an acclaimed author or recent reality TV show, there’s no subject too high brow or low brow for this diverse podcast. In third place, we have The Daily, a show created by The New York Times and hosted by Times political journalist Michael Barbaro. For an update on current affairs and intriguing interviews with a wide array of New York Times journalists, this one will certainly get you thinking.
Whatever podcast you choose, we hope you come away with a big mood boost. So, what are you waiting for? Get stuck into our carefully curated podcast chart and find the perfect podcast to suit your mood!