I’m hitting the road this weekend, so I’m loading my phone with all kinds of money podcasts- so I’m sharing my favorites with you!

As a female personal finance blogger, I love seeing other women rocking it in the personal finance space.

The ladies who run these podcasts make their content accessible for anyone at any level of their personal finance journey.

Plus they’re full of knowledge AND personality – what more can you ask for?

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Afford Anything with Paula Pant

Paula Pant’s motto is that “you can afford anything, but not everything.”

Her podcast focuses on the decisions we have to make on how we spend our money, time, energy, focus, and attention.

Right now I’m listening to Episode 326: Ask Paula: The Dangers of Frugality.

So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

Farnoosh Torabi has over 1,200 podcast episodes focusing on money strategies and stories.

You can submit questions to her on www.SoMoneyPodcast.com and listen in every Friday to see if she answers your question!

Episode 1209 is on my next-listen list: Crypto Week: What is Bitcoin and Why Should I Care?

Frugal Friends Podcast with Jen Smith and Jill Siranni

If you’re looking for someone to talk to you like you’re their best friend, Jen and Jill of the Frugal Friends Podcast are your perfect match.

They cover a wide range of topics, from saving money and spending less to paying off debt and reaching financial independence.

I’m really interested in how they answer a highly contested issue: Investing or Paying Off Your Mortgage Early?

Redefining Wealth with Patrice Washington

Redefining Wealth approaches wealth from a different perspective than most money podcasts – for Patrice Washington, wealth is less about money and possessions and more about wellbeing.

I’m definitely adding Patrice Buckner Jackson: Beyond The Burnout to my road trip playlist.

Her Dinero Matters with Jen Hemphill

Jen Hemphill hosts Her Dinero Matters, a bilingual podcast for women who want to become reinas of their money and love their dinero more- and I couldn’t love her down-to-earth style more!

My current favorite is Episode 274: An Easy Look at Money Memories and Your Personal Finances with Ilona Limonta-Volkova, host of the Money Memories podcast and creator of the bilingual financial literacy blog Bear and the Bull.

Brown Ambition with Mandi Woodruff and Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche

I’ve been a fan of The Budgetnista for a while thanks to her book Get Good with Money: Ten Simple Steps to Becoming Financially Whole – so of course I’m excited to dig deeper into her podcast with Mandi Woodruff!

Brown Ambition focuses on career, business building, and building wealth on your own terms.

Plus who can resist an episode called “Eff Them Student Loans”?

The Money Nerds with Whitney Hansen

Whitney Hansen seeks out people with weird, unique, and amazing money stories and asks them to share their secrets for financial success.

I’ve been rebuilding my routine lately, so I’m playing How to Change Your Life Using the Habit Loop this morning.

More Money Podcast with Jessica Morehouse

Jessica Moorhouse is an Accredited Financial Counselor in Canada.

She interviews anyone and everyone to help you learn how to manage your money better, make smarter financial decisions, earn more money, become debt-free, and build wealth by investing so you can live the life you really want.

My recent favorite is Episode 291: Why Budgeting Is a Form of Self Care with Allison Baggerly, Founder of Inspired Budget.

Financial Feminist: Her First $100K

The Financial Feminist podcast is pretty new, with only 12 episodes and 1 season under her belt, but I see big things coming from this podcast.

My favorite episode so far is Episode 8: Closing the Wealth & Investing Gap for Women, with Sallie Krawcheck.

The Fairer Cents with Tanja Hester and Kara Perez

The Fairer Cents may have only lasted 4 seasons and 40 episodes, but Tanja Hester and Kara Perez did a great job of talking through sticky money issues and providing ways to take action.

If you’re interested in topics like the wage and wealth gap, the economics of motherhood, emotional labor, women’s ambition, why we need financial feminism, and the roots of economic inequality, give them a listen.

I recommend Episode 29: Actionable Financial Tips from Friends of The Fairer Cents.

Which of these podcasts are you downloading next? What’s your favorite money podcast? Share your answer below in the comments!

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