Self-development

Well+Good Editors Share the Self-Development Audiobooks and Podcasts They’re Listening to This Fall – Well+Good

Summary

There’s something quintessentially fall about digging into a new read, preferably while sipping a hot beverage and wearing something cozy. But when you’re a mover and a shaker settling into a busy fall routine, or capitalizing on the gorgeous fall weather by taking walks or going for runs, those quiet moments for reading can fall by the wayside.

Since listening to audiobooks has similar benefits to reading, according to neuroscientist Kristen Willeu…….

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There’s something quintessentially fall about digging into a new read, preferably while sipping a hot beverage and wearing something cozy. But when you’re a mover and a shaker settling into a busy fall routine, or capitalizing on the gorgeous fall weather by taking walks or going for runs, those quiet moments for reading can fall by the wayside.

Since listening to audiobooks has similar benefits to reading, according to neuroscientist Kristen Willeumier, PhD, we asked Well+Good editors to share the audiobooks and podcasts they’ve had queued up this fall. No surprise coming from editors at a wellness publication, they’ve all been related to wellness and self-development, and you can find them all on Audible.

With thousands of well-being podcasts and audiobooks in its Well-Being Collection (including Audible Originals you can only get on the app), you can find something that resonates with you no matter where you are on your wellness journey.

So grab your headphones, put on some comfy clothes, and get ready to pick out the next listen you can take with you wherever you go this fall—after reading these recs from our editors.

Keep scrolling to learn more about the well-being podcasts and audiobooks each editor is tuning into right now.

Feeding the Soul (Because It’s My Business) by Tabitha Brown

On the journey to finding peace within myself and where I am in my life, I’ve acknowledged that there are still some areas that could use improvement. So, when I had the chance to listen to Feeding the Soul (Because It’s My Business), I made sure to take notes so that I could apply Brown’s wisdom and affirmations to my life—even her vegan recipes! I love the book not just because she has a soothing voice, but also because listening to how she overcame the obstacles in her career and personal life put me at ease—she felt so relatable and her insight felt so applicable to certain areas of my well-being journey. There’s one message, in particular, I carry with me as a token of wisdom I didn’t know I needed to hear: That we’re never too old for our dreams to come true. —Danielle Beckford, Assistant Editor

Be Well by Dr. Jessica Clemons

Confession: I am well acquainted with anxiety. I don’t often present as an anxious person, nor do I feel uneasy talking to new folks. But, I’m someone who experiences racing thoughts and poor concentration when stressed, which often translates into frustration at myself. Listening to Be Well by Dr. Jessica Clemons was like getting a warm light switched on inside my heart. It’s helping me realize that it’s okay to feel a range of emotions when coping with my mental health: surprise, shame, or even fear. Dr. Clemons offers bite-sized, easy-to-understand insights on mental health and stigmas. Her soothing narration …….

Source: https://www.wellandgood.com/well-being-podcasts-audiobooks-audible/