First thing you should know: Never buy the Blue Yeti.
This is the bane of every budding podcaster - they think it's easy to work with, that it's just plug-and-play and people talk about it having 'different modes so it'll cancel out all the noise around me.'
If you're up for a good beginner mic, I have two to recommend:
One is the Samson Q2U which you can find here:
The other is the AudioTechnica ATR2100 which you can find here:
Both are good starter cardiod dynamic microphones, USB plug-and-play, and will get most of it's sound in one direction. Think of it as a sort of...karaoke microphone.
You WANT to sound good (or at least decent enough) that your listeners can stand your sound quality.
"But if the content is good enough, then sound quality won't matte—"
If I was dropping truths on you while giving metaphorical wet willies, no one would listen. 😅