Home, glorious home! With my wonderful family! And my ridiculous dog! Yay, home!
The road from here to my hometown is long and dull, so I passed the time listening to podcasts and audiobooks. I thought I’d share a little of my listening menu, mainly because I’m tired and my brain can’t think of anything else to blog.
My usual podcast fare includes Strange Worlds Travelogue, This American Life, Radiolab, Freakonomics, The Read Aloud Revival, Hardcore History, and The Ace of Spades Podcast. That last one shouldn’t be listened to around children. Or public places. Basically, you need to use your headphones; Ace has a potty mouth. But it’s a fun and interesting take on politics and culture from the right. I don’t listen to This American Life around the kids, either, because the subject matter is often not kid-friendly.
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I also got caught up on my Odyssey and tried to listen to Frankenstein. I’m not sure that one will take, honestly. I know it’s a classic and all that jazz, but the style is hard to listen to. Maybe it will be easier to read, which will happen… eventually. Or maybe I’ll try again when it’s not late and dark, and I’m 275 miles into a 330 mile drive. That might help. Incidentally, I got that Audible book for less than three dollars because I got the free Kindle version first.
In addition to when I’m driving, I like to listen to podcasts when doing any task that doesn’t require a lot of brain power: cleaning, shopping, and exercising come to mind. And I know I’m exercising enough if I’m caught up on all my podcasts. It’s handy!
Do you listen to podcasts? What are your favorites?