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Whether you're out for a run and looking for something to listen to besides music, or you find yourself lounging around bored with Netflix and cable, the podcasts on this list by Sheknows.com will give you hours of entertainment.

The best part is, they're all done by women!

How inspiring is that?!

So check them out and see if there's anything to inspire you to go out there in the world and be your own kind of strong.

1. Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert

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The woman who launched a thousand soul-searching journeys with her memoir Eat, Pray, Love is back, only this time she wants to stoke your imagination.2

As an extension of her latest book, Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, Gilbert further explores the topic of creativity through her debut podcast, offering her own insights alongside those of her guests (most recently, fellow author BrenΓ© Brown).2

If you want to end the year on a high note and start 2016 with loads of motivation β€” or simply get yourself out of a rut β€” Magic Lessons will get you excited about your own potential.

2. Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler

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We’ve been obsessed with Aisha Tyler for well over a decade (remember her as Joey’s and then Ross’ girlfriend on Friends?), and that feeling only intensified after listening to Girl on Guy.

The comedian, author and producer talks to men she loves about everything from family to physical injuries.

LL Cool J, Criminal Minds’ Joe Mantegna, Empire’s Andre Royo and Magic Mike’s Adam Rodriguez are all in the archives.

Prepare to laugh your ass off.

3. Dear Sugar Radio

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She may have become a household name after her memoir Wild was adapted for the big screen, but Cheryl Strayed was doling out her particular brand of hard-earned wisdom well before Reese Witherspoon decided to serve as its mouthpiece.

Both she and co-host Steve Almond wrote a beloved advice column for The Rumpus called β€œDear Sugar,” and this podcast is its audible second life.

From a spouse’s troubling pot habit to emotional infidelity, no listener-generated question is too difficult or risquΓ© for this pair to answer β€” always in an unexpected, thought-provoking way.

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