5 cool podcasts for men in their 20s
In recent years, podcasts have become increasingly popular. It is easy to see why. Podcasts provide a way for us to stay informed, entertained and inspired with just a few clicks on our smartphones. Plus, there is no shortage of quality content out there, whether it is comedy, politics, the outdoors or just about anything else you can think of. It wouldn’t be a lie to say that there is a podcast about nearly every topic today.
That is why we put together this list of 5 cool podcasts that men in their 20s will love. It has something that appeals to everybody, whether you are looking for something comedic or informative – or maybe both.
The Joe Rogan Experience
If you enjoy comedy and long conversations with interesting people, then The Joe Rogan Experience is a podcast you won't want to miss.
Every episode feature Joe Rogan talking with guests from all walks of life such as scientists, filmmakers, athletes, authors and more about any topic imaginable from aliens to Aikido - nothing is off-limits at this show.
If travel is your thing (or if it just sounds like fun), check out this weekly podcast hosted by two friends who love nothing more than seeking out the next big adventure.
From surfing the waves off the coast of Indonesia to exploring the streets of South America this podcast will have you itching for your next getaway.
The Off Menu Podcast
This podcast is a hilarious combination of food, chat, and games. Hosted by comedians Ed Gamble and James Acaster,
Off Menu covers everything from food trends to celebrity guests. Plus, they always have a special guest chef who cooks up delicious dishes live in the studio. If you’re looking for a funny podcast that also has some great recipes, then this one is for you.
The Minimalists Podcast
This show focuses on living life with intentionality – particularly when it comes to material possessions.
Hosted by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus (aka “The Minimalists”), each episode provides practical advice on how to declutter your life so that you can have more time for what matters most.
If money management is something that interests you (or simply something that stresses you out), then this podcast should be at the top of your list.
Hosted by Stacey Vanek Smith and David Kestenbaum, each episode delves into topics such as debt reduction strategies or how taxes work – but they keep it lighthearted with plenty of humor along the way.
Podcasts provide us with endless entertainment options and are good sources of information.
If you are looking for inspiration for your next podcast addiction, it may be among the 5 shows above.