The perfect podcast to listen to when working from home is interesting, entertaining, and relaxing.
It doesn’t distract you from getting the job done.
We think we’ve found quite a few podcasts that fit this bill
All you need to do is decide which of them is right for you.
Check them out!
How Long Gone
With over 250 episodes to choose from Chris Black and Jason Stewart’s epic podcast How Long Gone has plenty of interesting info for everyone.
They release 3 episodes a week and take a deep dive into fashion, music, pop culture and much more. Don’t miss it.
Listen to How Long Gone online here.
The Dan Le Batard Show With Stugotz
For sports fans who miss being able to discuss the big game of the weekend over the water cooler, you can do much worse than The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz.
It’s recorded in Miami Beach and thus, there’s a distinct Florida-bias to all of the goings on but it’s still fun for everyone from Anchorage to New York and beyond.
Listen to The Dan Le Batard Show online here.
NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts Podcast
We recently wrote about the best music to work from home to and we’d encourage you to hit up NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts when you’re in the mood for something a bit more challenging.
We love the interviews with each artist too that give you insight into their creative process. They inspire us to do better each day.
Listen to Tiny Desk Concerts Podcast online here.
The White Noise Podcast
Sometimes, you want the feeling of something going on around you but you don’t have the bandwidth for music or voices.
That’s when The White Noise Podcast comes to your rescue. It’s full of clips of white noise to fill the sonic landscape without distracting you from the important tasks of the day.
Sometimes, if you’re getting too stressed, white noise can be really soothing – though if you’re stressed all the time, check out our guide on how to avoid burnout when working from home.
Listen to The White Noise Podcast online here.
We like to think of StartUp as the ultimate docu-drama for the workplace, as it’s all about how different companies came into being and then hit the ground running.
The good news is that it’s amusing enough but not so in-depth that you stop working and start focusing only on the stories.
Listen to StartUp online here.
Affirmation Pod Podcast
You’re going to need to become your own number one fan if you’re working by yourself all or part of the time.
And the Affirmation Pod helps you do that by supplying you with some awesome affirmations that help you be kinder and more compassionate to yourself.
If you feel that your self-confidence is at a low ebb, you really should check this out. It can work wonders for you.
Listen to Affirmation Pod online here.
The ASMR Podcast
It won’t be for everyone, but if you find ASMR sounds soothing and not distracting, then this podcast is packed out with different ASMR sounds.
If you’ve never tried ASMR before, this is a great way to experiment, it’s unlikely that every sound will make you feel better but many of them will.
Oh and it’s free, unlike a lot of other ASMR material out there.
Listen to The ASMR Podcast online here.
WorkLife With Adam Grant: A TED Original Podcast
This is a super fascinating podcast from Adam Grant who is a world-leading organization psychologist.
He’s all about one thing. Ensuring that your work life doesn’t suck. And he can show you how to take frustration and boredom and use it to drive your career forward.
The Accidental Creative
Not everyone is a natural creative.
And people who find themselves in creative roles, who are more naturally analytically minded, can often need a hand finding the balance between thinking and doing.
That’s where The Accidental Creative comes in and it’s also vastly entertaining, which helps. A lot.
Listen to The Accidental Creative online here.
We guarantee that there’s the perfect podcast (or maybe more) for you on this list if you’re working from home and looking for something to play as you work.
We’ve also got a great list of focused specifically on remote work. You should check them out too.