If you tend to wake up in the morning shaking (from the cold and the lack of sleep) and you turn on your coffee maker with only one eye open… I believe that your daily commute to work isn’t your favorite hobby. But since I discovered the world of podcasts, I will honestly say that no matter if you’re fighting the weather on your bike, or maybe you’re sitting comfortably behind the wheel (and warming your kidneys on your heated seats) – your commute will become so much better with a new episode of your favorite show. Also, nothing stands against curling up on your couch and listening to the new episode after the long workday. And because I feel like I’m quite picky, I thought of sharing my list of the favorite 2020 podcasts with you. Feel free to explore it! The list will be updated in case if there’s going to be any new, wonderful show popping up on my horizon.
My favorite podcasts that I listen to on my daily commute
My favorite and also “the one and only” true crime podcast that I listen to. Since I remember I’ve always been interested in those topics (that’s why I chose to study it at the university! 🙂 ). I love their way of narrating the stories – even though sometimes they’re a bit scary (because they’re real life stories!). Definitely not a show to listen to while running alone in the evening. New episodes come out every Monday and I always look forward to them! Category: true crime. Listen on: Spotify.
If you know David Dobrik’s vlogs – then you should already know that this one also guarantees a good laugh. Views podcasts recorded with the co-host Jason Nash gives you an insight of what happens “behind the scenes” of the famous vlogs. I don’t follow it regularly, but if I do listen to any episode, it’s always a good time. Category: stories / humor. Listen on: Spotify.
Zane and Heath – Unfiltered
My newest podcast discovery and I’m not gonna lie when I say that I laughed out loud in my car while listening to the first episode. Zane and Heath are well known to some of you, because they also tend to appear in the Dobrik’s vlogs. In their podcast they talk about everything and nothing – but with the humor that also make me laugh in the cold and dark mornings. Category: humor. Listen on: Spotify
Anything goes with Emma Chamberlain
Emma Chamberlain’s podcast focuses on her life and experiences in Los Angeles – but not only. It’s the only YouTuber, who’s vlogs I tend to follow regularly, and who’s humor and down to earth lifestyle brighten my days. Her very specific way of being guaranteed her an upgrade from the San Francisco suburbs into the life of a 20 year old millionaire girl. Category: personal journals and stories / humor. Listen on: Spotify.
What do I like the most about listening to the podcasts?
The best podcasts (on my list) always have some kind of a catchy narrative. I tend to drop various titles after an episode or two, just because I’m annoyed with how the hosts talk. Of course it’s just my opinion and some of you may not enjoy the titles that I listed before neither. Which is totally fine! I also can’t really force myself into any other true crime shows, because even though the stories that they tell are super interesting; the background noises and chatters are too distracting for me. I like it when it’s clear and when they stick to the topic.
Listening to the podcasts really upgraded my daily commute to/from work. Sometimes I’m really bored of listening to my favorite 10 songs that I listen to on repeat. And the radio literally floods you with commercials (and also the same few songs over and over). So if you don’t have any favorite podcast show yet, maybe you’ll get inspired with something from my list. And maybe do you know any other title that I may like? If so, then write it in the comment, and I’ll gladly discover something new!