Ready to Relax with a Story?

Pick your Pairing below and get ready to enjoy life.

Why just listen to a story when you can truly enjoy it?

At PodPair, we add a sensory experience to the story that isn't just watching - it's doing.


Imagine turning on a podcast story. 


As the custom music, acting, and sound effects paint a mesmerizing tale, you sip wine chosen specifically for that episode or assemble a puzzle, quilt, or character model from the story. Perhaps you gather family or friends and listen to a podcast mystery while using the clues we mailed to you to figure out whodunit.


We're working on all kinds of PodPairs so that your enjoyment of a story can truly give you a much-needed break. 





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Here’s How It Works:

You pick and purchase a Pairing - wine, puzzle, mystery clues, fantasy figurines, quilt, etc. We mail the Pairing right to your home. When it arrives, you listen to the podcast show on your preferred platform while enjoying the Pairing. Click on any below to learn more...

Why a podcast and PodPair instead of TV?

You already know stories and hobbies are good for you, but reminders can be a good thing...

As scientists, we are now clear that the human body clock is strongly influenced by blue light. In particular, evening exposure to blue light can shift our body clocks to a later time zone resulting in shifts in our sleep times and causing sleep disturbances.

Turn off the screen for a while! Listen to a story instead.

Guy Warren, Associate Professor

Chronogiology Group, Dept of Anaesthesiology, School of Medicine, University of Auckland 

When people engage in leisure activity, they have lower stress levels, better mood, a lower heart rate and more psychological engagement — that means less boredom, which can help avoid unhealthy behaviors. But it’s important to immerse themselves in the activity and protect their leisure time from external stressors.”

It's okay to focus on fun for a while!

Matthew Zawadzki, Professor

University of California, Merced

On average, heart rates were higher, ectodermal activity was greater and temperatures were raised when listening to audio narratives than when watching video narratives. These findings suggest that listening to audio stories engaged greater cognitive and emotional processing than watching videos.

Translation: you emotionally react more when you listen to a story than when you watch it.

Daniel C. Richardsonet al

A research study from University College, London

You Deserve a Story Break!

Let your imagination take flight and your eyes take a break from the screen.

Click on one of the PodPairs above to learn more

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