Podcast Recommendations: Financial Wellbeing & Motivation

Podcasts are a great alternative to music. They’re not only entertaining, but you can also learn something new or prompt new ways of thinking. Whether you’re in the car or on public transport, podcasts are a great way to learn something new in an easily digestible and casual manner.

Today’s podcast recommendations will be focused on financial wellness and career progression from a millennial’s perspective. They provide an overview of financial topics that aren’t normally discussed in everyday life, especially with the younger generation.

1. She’s On The Money – Shameless Media

Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Player.fm

She’s on the Money is a woman-led podcast targeted towards millennial women opening up the previously masculinised topic of finance. This weekly podcast opens the conversation about personal finance (think investing in shares and buying a house) in a fun, lighthearted manner while still addressing popular millennial topics such as Afterpay and travel. Money wins and money confessions segments make talking about finance all the more casual for the casual listener..

2. my millennial money - m3 media

Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Castbox

As of writing this article, my millennial money has 93 (and counting) official episodes. Glen James and John Pidgeon provide episodes discussing topics such as mortgages, uni fees, tax tips and the costs associated with FOMO.

There’s also my millennial money express (available on all podcast platforms) if you’re looking for a quick fix to listen to on your walk to work.



3. The Pineapple Project - ABC

Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or the ABC listen app

This easy listening podcast hosted by Claire Hooper covers a range of topics. Season 1 focuses on financial basics such as making a budget and setting up automatic savings, while Season 2 branches out with workplace-related commentary. The bonus episodes (Juicy Slice) delve further with more contentious topics such as workplace sexual harassment and how to excel at a job interview.

Best of all, these podcasts are free and you can also join communities on social media ready to continue the discussion.

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Podcasts are a great alternative to music. They’re not only entertaining, but you can also learn something new or prompt new ways of thinking. Whether you’re in the car or on public transport, podcasts are a great way to learn something new in an easily digestible and casual manner.

Today’s podcast recommendations will be focused on financial wellness and career progression from a millennial’s perspective. They provide an overview of financial topics that aren’t normally discussed in everyday life, especially with the younger generation.

1. She’s On The Money – Shameless Media

Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Player.fm

She’s on the Money is a woman-led podcast targeted towards millennial women opening up the previously masculinised topic of finance. This weekly podcast opens the conversation about personal finance (think investing in shares and buying a house) in a fun, lighthearted manner while still addressing popular millennial topics such as Afterpay and travel. Money wins and money confessions segments make talking about finance all the more casual for the casual listener..

2. my millennial money - m3 media

Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Castbox

As of writing this article, my millennial money has 93 (and counting) official episodes. Glen James and John Pidgeon provide episodes discussing topics such as mortgages, uni fees, tax tips and the costs associated with FOMO.

There’s also my millennial money express (available on all podcast platforms) if you’re looking for a quick fix to listen to on your walk to work.



3. The Pineapple Project - ABC

Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or the ABC listen app

This easy listening podcast hosted by Claire Hooper covers a range of topics. Season 1 focuses on financial basics such as making a budget and setting up automatic savings, while Season 2 branches out with workplace-related commentary. The bonus episodes (Juicy Slice) delve further with more contentious topics such as workplace sexual harassment and how to excel at a job interview.

Best of all, these podcasts are free and you can also join communities on social media ready to continue the discussion.

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Page published: 27 September 2019, 16:16