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    Podcasts to inspire you

    Podcasts to inspire you

    Whether you’re at home, onyour lunch break, at the gym or in your car, it’s easy as can be to put in your headphones and listen to the latest episodes of your favorite podcast.

    Podcasts aren’t only good entertainment, but also great education. The time you’d normally spend doing those mindless chores or exercising can be used to help you prepare for the next phase of your career.

    Here's some inspiring podcast to listen to:

    Hosted by Amy Siskind, a former Wall Street exec - The Weekly List aims to remind us that the new normal isn’t normal at all. The Weekly List gives listeners a new way to talk about the events that flit in and out of the ever-quickening news cycle before we’ve had time to process them

    Women Rule- The name of this podcast alone makes me smile, but host Anna Palmer of Politico is one of the best podcast interviewers in the game. Guests include top execs, newsmakers, writers and all around female badasses talking about what it takes for women to lead.

    The Simple Show, discusses topics that make life a delight, such as world-wandering, impactful books, and a hygge-filled home. The podcast manages to take big topics, like our search for meaning in life, and break them down into simpler terms. Each episode feels warm and inviting, like having coffee with a close friend, and Oxenreider’s kind spirit and passion for simplicity make this a great addition to your for women, by women podcast list.

    How Pick Yourself Up When You’re Utterly Demotivated

    How Pick Yourself Up When You’re Utterly Demotivated

    If you’re in desperate need of some motivation, we’re going to fix that problem, right here, right now. Here are some suggestions that’ll help you feel motivated in no time:

    • Create a new playlist. The right music can make all the difference when you're trying to be productive. With that in mind, we've compiled the ultimate pump-up playlist to keep you sharp and focused while you're at work. 
    • Break your goals down into smaller, more task-oriented goals into — and set target deadline for those tasks.
    • Surround yourself with positive thinkers who emanate positive energy.
    • Remove email notifications from your phone and turn off, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and whatever other social procrastination network you’re part of.
    • Visualize the end result and what it will feel like when you've achieved your end goal.
    • Take consistent action every single day. This means that even if you're totally not in the mood, do one small proactive thing that will move you towards your end goal.


    Das Matia Podcast 7 Recap: Abbie And James

    Das Matia Podcast 7 Recap: Abbie And James

    DAS MATIA's Anca Stefania Iorgulescu discusses ethics in Fashion with Abbie And James from Compare Ethics.

    Abbie Morris and James Omisakin are the founders of Compare Ethics, the platform that connects ethical shoppers to ethical brands by using the latest online and offline experiences. Abbie's background is in sustainability and she worked with big corporates to develop sustainable policies and then communicated them globally. She worked with the UN and the World Economic Forum to see how sustainable companies can operate at the highest level. She also worked in the policy sphere, creating manifestos and presidential campaigns in Africa. Abbie got great experience seeing the beneficiaries of good practice and also the people who lose out the most in the exploitation of workers’ rights. James' background is in experimentation. He studied chemistry and did a lot of data analysis, and then moved to China and taught chemistry there. It was there he got an understanding of how fashion manufacturing works and saw firsthand a lot of what was going on, which was pretty scary. James returned to the UK and pivoted into marketing and tech and tried to build solutions. He was actually looking into starting his own ethical fashion line as that’s something he’s always been interested in.

    How to be more sustainable while traveling

    How to be more sustainable while traveling

    Planning a trip somewhere this summer? Have you thought about ways to be more sustainable while on the road? Sustainable travel is the process of making simple choices in order to lessen your negative impact on a given destination. 

    Avoid Bottled Water

    Plastic bottles account for a lot of waste. Intrepid Travel has worked with hotels in Asia to install water filters that travellers can use to fill re-useable bottles with safe water.

    Pack Light

    It’s simple, the less you pack the less impact you have in many ways. For one, when your bags weigh less, the airplane also weighs less, which in turn equals less fuel and less carbon emissions under your name. It also means you can use public transportation easier too.

    Don’t travel by plane

    Traveling by bus, train, or boat generally has less negative environmental impact than traveling by plane. This helps protect carbon emissions to the precious area you are in.

    Support Local Stores

    Buy locally made (preferably handmade) products, rather than those that have been imported. Items that are flown or shipped in have a much larger carbon footprint.

    Save Paper

    Return maps, brochures, and other tourist info once you’re finished with them so that they may be reused by future travelers. Alternatively, use your phone to search for information online vs using paper.

    Don’t feed or ride animals

    Most animals are taken from their mothers and families in the wild and tortured till they oblige. Feeding animals makes them habituated to and reliant on humans.



    10 ways to relax this weekend

    10 ways to relax this weekend

    When was the last time you took a break? Not a vacation but a break from your regular routine. Here are 10 ways to unwind and enjoy your weekend:


    “There is more to life than increasing its speed.” – Gandhi

    Read a new book

    Walk into your local library, grab the first book you see and sit down or simply purchase a book online and commit to finishing it this weekend.

     Be offline

    Turn off technology or unplug from your phone for at least 24 hours.

    Go for a walk

    Going for a hike or a walk can be a perfect way to get some exercise while enjoying the serenity of the outdoors.

    Spend time with family and friends

    You could take a small road trip to the lake or simply go out for a meal. Being surrounded by loved ones can be rejuvenating.


    Foster the art of doing almost nothing. Just lie in bed and enjoy the moments.

    Create something

    Let your imagination be your guide. Create art, crafts, words, photos, movies, or stories with no deadlines.

    Cook a meal

    Often meals made during the week are rushed due to time constraints. This weekend treat yourself to a home made 3 course meal with your favorite bottle of wine.

    Plant something

    Here are tips for staring a herb garden. 

    Declutter your space

    Get most of your cleaning, jobs, and errands done during the week. Resist over-scheduling your weekend by leaving pockets of time to unwind. The less you schedule, the more you can go with the flow.

    Discover new podcasts

    Download the podcast app and explore the home page.

    What helps you unwind and slow down? Share your favorite thing to do on the weekends.