Being a bride-to-be is joyful and exciting, but there's no denying that planning for the big day can be really stressful. You have so much to think about: flowers, the ceremony, invitations, your dress, the cake, and the honeymoon. Planning the wedding can be as much work as a full-time job! In order to prevent feeling overwhelmed with your enormous to-do list, you're going to have to make multitasking a part of your planning process.
So kill two birds with one stone by researching wedding info while working out. You can download wedding podcasts from iTunes and burn calories and tone up while you listen. Here are a few for you to try:
- For free, download The Wedding Planning Audiocast, which is the Internet's number one wedding show heard around the world.
- Also at no cost, download 70 of the most recent podcasts from Wedding Podcast Network.
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- Download free episodes of Wedding Workout from the Wedding Podcast Network to help you get bridal-gown ready.
- If you need more wedding exercise ideas, check out five free episodes of The Healthy Bride Podcast Workouts.
- If a green wedding is important to you, check out two free episodes of Your Guide to Green and Eco-Chic Wedding.
- Brides Magazine has four free podcasts that discuss the latest trends, style tips, and cost-saving strategies in planning your wedding.
- If you don't mind paying a little, the audiobook called Wedding Planning ($12.95) gives insights from wedding planner Susannah Richardson, so you can have as little stress as possible when planning for your big day.
- Or download season six of Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? for $17.99. It shows how wedding planners help real couples get through the hectic planning process, and have the wedding they always imagined.
If these don't float your boat, there are tons of other wedding-related podcasts from iTunes, so you're bound to find something that will help make planning your wedding a little easier.
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