4 podcasts you should subscribe to right now (in fiction)
As most of you know, I am an avid podcast listener. It is fair to say I consume more podcasts than I do television, movies, and music combined. That being said, I hoped that my "podcast" post would be nice and concise. Yet it turns out I’m too passionate about such a large variety of work that I could not limit my favorite podcasts to just one article. So, to make things easy, I’ve broken up my favorites by genre for a miniature blog series. This week, fictional audio tales.
Do ya'll have any favorite podcasts? Let me know in the comments.
- G R A C E
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1) Write out three things you are thankful for (either on IG stories using the provided templates or a piece of paper)
2) Your list must include at least one privilege you rarely consider (i.e., access to fresh water, a living wage, etc.)
3) make a new list daily until the end of August
Life is comprised of small, overlooked pleasures. We spend most hours of our day scurrying from one event to the next. Even when we are still, our minds race incessantly. This month The Keen Kind will focus on bridging the millisecond long gaps between our racing thoughts. For April, we are keeping our minds on the little things.
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You asked for it so here it is: a bujo plan with me! The following is my planner set-up for the month of February. Below I break down my monthly reflection pages, calendar, and share a time lapse video of the entire process. Check it out.