New Podcast

I’ve been in a great run with podcast this past month and I think it’s time to update you all on the newest podcast I’ve encountered with NPR, How I Built This

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I’ve shared my interest in crime and mystery series, but this is a new one for me and I am loving it! How I Built This is a podcast about “innovators, entrepreneurs and idealist, and the stories behind the movement they built”. Each episode is hosted by Guy Raz, who shares the narrative journey told by the founders of some of the best known companies and brands like Spanx, Kate Spade, Dry Bar, and many others. One of the reasons I really enjoy this podcast is because you hear all about the struggles and everything the company had to overcome in order to get where they are. No one starts at the top, they all have to work there way up.
Give it a try and let me know what podcasts you enjoy listening to.

A Few Podcast Recomendations

During the afternoon I’ve got a pretty big amount of down time. I’m still working, but my work environment is really quiet and pretty calm. When 11 o’clock comes around, this is when I’ll typically plug in my headphones and listen to music or my latest obsession…


I mostly get recommendations from my friends and from my boss, she loves podcasts too! I started listening to podcasts about crime like Serial and Real Crime profile, but now I’m into so much more than just that!

Below I’m sharing my favorite podcasts from Crime, History, Psychology, and much, much more.

  1. Real Crime Profile 
  2. Girlboss
  3. Invisibilia
  4. Serial
  5. Revisionist History
  6. Awesome Etiquette
  7. Stuff You Should Know
  8. This American Life

Revisiting the Ramsey Case

After watching Making a Murderer last winter I’ve been pretty obsessed with documentaries and crime. I absolutely love documentary series and lucky for me this year marks the 20th anniversary of JonBenet Ramsey and many television broadcasting companies have been reopened her case, trying to piece together what really happened the night she disappeared in hope to discover who killed the six year old girl.

Investigation Discovery will be hosting a three-night docuseries “JonBenet: An American Murder Mystery,” which will premiere on tonight, Monday, Sept. 12 at 10 p.m. ET.

CBS is releasing an mini documentary “Case Closed,” its a three-part, six-hour unscripted miniseries premiering Sunday, Sept. 18 at 8:30 p.m. Part 2 airs on Sept. 19, and Part 3 on Sept. 25. AND If your familiar with the podcast Real Crime Profile this is the Big Case they were working on! They should be allowed to talk more about this case on their podcast once all the episodes have aired.

A&E aired the documentary “The Killing of JonBenet: The Truth Uncovered” on September 5 and Dateline on NBC aired a two-hour special “Who Killed JonBenét?” on September 9.

See what I said about this how lucky I got with all these new documentaries and docuseries!