I’m a little behind in putting out this list due to being in Huntsville, Alabama for much of March. Towards the end of February, I didn’t have the time to wrap up this post and send it out, but the highlights from last month remain what they are be it the first, fifth, of thirtieth of March.
Several of these episodes are less “exceptional” episodes from their shows as much as they are important markers in big events that occurred or changes that were happening to the shows. This list could also be used as a reminder of what happened in my preferred corner of the podcasting world this month.
It’s the beginning of 2015, and while I spent a big portion of January out of town and not listening to podcasts, I caught up in the meantime, especially during long drives for work. I was moved by a lot of thought-provoking and insightful content this month, as well as some laughs.
Back again for another month of podcast recommendations and personal favorites! I listen to a lot throughout the month, collecting the most interesting, funny, informative, or unusual to share in this post!
Without further ado, here are my top 10 podcast episodes for November of 2014!
Hello there! I’m Ross Llewallyn, and I listen to a hell of a lot of podcasts. I often share them with my friends on social media, but often I don’t get around to each one. Sometimes the moment of interest is more personal, sometimes it’s a bit off the wall, and sometimes it feels way too late to share.
That’s why I’m starting a new experiment! I’ll collect over the month various podcast episodes that were especially funny, insightful, entertaining, or weird. This way I’ll have a dedicated place to put my reactions to episodes, and people will only have to be bothered by my enthusiasm once a month!
I’m tired of missing and skipping starting this because it’s not the first of the month or whatever nonsense. It’s true that I started this post late into the month, but it’s so easy to make excuses to not try something new. I think it just takes a little push to get rolling into it, though. So let’s get started!