Information Overload...in a good way
I'm not happy if I'm not learning, stretching, growing in some way. My dad took me to a Tony Robbins event when I was in high school and I've been hooked on personal growth ever since. I was the girl with the motivational quotes on bedroom walls, athletic equipment, everywhere.
Almost everything I read is non-fiction (I wish I could get into the great novels everyone raves about, but fiction—most of it—just isn't my thing). I can't spend all my time reading (surprise, surprise... people in this household actually expect to eat sometimes). So I absolutely love finding great podcasts to keep me company on runs, doing errands, or working around the house. How did we live before podcasting?
My two newest favorites are: Rise podcast with Rachel Hollis and School of Greatness with Lewis Howes. I live in somewhat of a Christian bubble (also in a good way) so hearing other viewpoints and new voices helps me "be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give a reason for the hope that you" (1 Peter 3:5).