We’ve rounded up 11 podcasts for fans of “Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain,” where any topic is fair game. From philosophical musings to life updates, Emma shares whatever’s on her mind and records the podcast from the comfort of her bed. You’ll hear random stories, advice, and more on this super-popular series from Ramble that’s been kicking it since 2019.
On our list of podcasts like “Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain,” these hosts share real takes, personal stories, advice, life tips, and more. One podcast is hosted by a psychologist offering resources, practical advice, and insight. There are also podcasts from more digital creators and influencers like Emma.
Therapy for Black Girls
From iHeartPodcasts comes “Therapy for Black Girls,” hosted by psychologist Dr. Joy Harden Bradford. Tune in for conversations on personal development, mental health, and becoming the best version of yourself.
The Nikki Glaser Podcast
Comedian Nikki Glaser is giving listeners an unfiltered look into her personal life and sharing pop culture takes every Monday through Thursday. Nikki is joined by co-host Andrew Collin and they hope the series brings you laughs, honest insight, and some news to stay informed. “The Nikki Glaser Podcast” is a Big Money Players production.
Trash Tuesday with Annie, Esther, and Khalyla
“Trash Tuesday with Annie, Esther, and Khalyla” encourages y’all to laugh out loud with weekly episodes tackling any possible topic. Hosts Annie Lederman, Esther Povitsky, and Khalyla Kuhn share stories and interview podcasters, comedians, and other folks. They’ll unpack failed relationships, vulnerability, and more with witty banter.
Late Night Drive with Ellie Schnitt
Ellie Schnitt is inviting you to ride shotgun when listening to her podcast all about navigating adulthood. “Late Night Drive with Ellie Schnitt” is a comforting space and answers listeners’ DMs. With humor and empathy, Ellie will chat about friends, work, your love life, mental health, and the world’s biggest stressors.
Small Doses with Amanda Seales
From Starburns Audio comes “Small Doses with Amanda Seales.” The comedian is dropping gems of wisdom, advice, and takeaway truths for everyday life in weekly episodes. Amanda also chats with guests like authors, entrepreneurs, activists, and more.
Happy Hour with Gretchen Geraghty
YouTuber Gretchen is keeping it positive on “Happy Hour with Gretchen Geraghty.” Every Friday, listeners are invited to hear Gretchen’s honest thoughts about life, relationships, and the world. She’s often joined by friends and guests from her work life. Recent episodes talked about body image, moving, wellness, creating a routine, and more.
“Moments Podcast” host/yoga instructor Lexi Hidalgo believes in you and takes listeners on her journey in weekly episodes. Lexi’s optimistic chats cover self-improvement, exploration, growing up, trying your best, and anything else on her mind.
On My Mind with Ava Jules
“On My Mind with Ava Jules” is all about adulting in your 20s. From morning routines to finding yourself, dealing with anxiety, letting go of fear, and more, Ava has plenty of insight to share. Tune in for lighthearted conversations in weekly episodes.
Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
“Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz” is hosted by two twenty-something digital creators and BFFs. They’re getting honest about their mental health, wardrobe malfunctions, sharing advice (like how to land your dream job in the entertainment world), and what really happened at Coachella. The hosts talk about what their daily lives are like as digital creators.
Slay Girl Slay
Ashley Leggs hosts “Slay Girl Slay,” a podcast to inspire, empower, and motivate women of color. Ashley encourages fearlessness and shares encouraging advice for everyone to show up as their authentic selves and go after everything they want. Episodes run less than 30 minutes on average.
MOOD with Lauren Elizabeth
Toast News Network’s “MOOD with Lauren Elizabeth” is keeping it real with mood boosters, honesty, tips, advice, and more. Lauren chats with guests like Real Housewives of New York‘s Leah McSweeney, actor/author Josh Peck, and Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown on episodes running less than an hour on average.