Creating an upbeat music soundtrack to play while getting chores done is the #1 strategy for keeping it fun. Not only does it make it more enjoyable, it also makes your clean up routine quicker (or at least that’s what it feels like).
With the current cleaning mania required to tackle COVID-19, humour may be what’s most required! Before you grab the household cleaner and snap on your rubber gloves to wipe the counters yet again, check out the 25 Best Comedy Podcasts of 2020 compiled by goodhousekeeping.com last month.
Crossing a variety of topics and themes from pop culture to politics to sports to hip hop and pop, we guarantee you’ll find one or more podcast that’ll pique your interest and make you laugh out loud #LOL!
Here’s some of our favourites to get you started:
Anna Faris is Unqualified (No. 3)
Drawing from her life experience and that of her celebrity guests, Anna provides witty insight into relationships revealing a few tips along the way.
No Such Thing As A Fish (No. 9)
Recorded before a live audience, the writers of the BBC show Qi share their favourite trivia and facts they’ve learned over the past week.
Forever 35 (No. 19)
Authors and journalists Doree Shafrir and Kate Spencer discuss beauty and wellness as women over 30, a demographic often forgotten by mainstream media.
Keep It (No. 22)
Writer and host Ira Madison III brings on celebrity guests to talk about the news in a way that might make you feel a little better about the wild ride that’s our world today.
Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me (No. 25)
Fans of the long-running radio show will love the podcast version! This comedy quiz show will have you hooked long after your chores are done.
If you need more motivation, inspiration or just some help to ward off procrastination when it comes to your COVID-19 cleaning tasks, be sure to check out our curated blog of Cleaning Tips and more! And if you’re anxiously looking forward to your next professional home cleaning service, why not treat your future self to a gift certificate from your local Molly Maid today?