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Best Remote Work & Work From Home Podcasts

Whether you’re already working remote or searching for your first work from home gig, you might be interested in listening to some podcasts on the topic.

Fortunately there are some great informative options that give you motivation when you need it and inspiration when you don’t know you need it.

As someone who has spent years working remotely on my own projects, I feel like I’m in sync with the challenges remote and WFM workers face.

So, the recommendations below are based on what I’ve found useful as freelance remote worker.

Podcasts About Remote Working

Those of you who are new to remote work and working from home will likely find podcasts that cover the topic from every angle the most interesting.

Below are a few options to stream when you have time.

1. Brilliant Business Moms Podcast by Beth Anne Schwamberger

Hands down the best option for mom like you is this awesome podcast about moms who are crushing it working online from home.

At the time of compiling this post, there are 200 episodes, and yes, they are regularly being produced.

What I love about this podcast is that it features moms who are in the trenches and getting things done. And you get practical advice that you can apply to your own remote work or working from home.

So, if you’re reading this and you’re not a mom, then don’t be put off by the focus on moms — this podcast is great for anyone who works from home or does remote work.

You can listen to it here on Stitcher.

2. Remote Work Podcast by Job van der Voort

Don’t let the Dutch name deter you from checking this one out because it is in English.

This limited episode podcast started in 2018 and lasted through 2019 before stopping.

While there are not very many episodes available, I still think people who are new to remote work will find value in these.

You can listen to it here on Spotify.

3. The New Corner Office Podcast by Laura Vanderkam

The youngest podcast to make this list, Vanderkam was inspired to start this podcast when so many workers found themselves working from home for the first time during COVID-19.

The best thing about this podcast is the length of each episode – just for to five short minutes.

So, even the busiest of moms have time for this one.

Listen to this podcast here on Stitcher.

4. Reimagine Work Podcast by Paul Millerd

This one here covers topics beyond remote work, but there are some great episodes that remote workers will find relevant.

This podcast started in 2017 and here in 2020 there are still new episodes coming out.

You may want to start with the recent episode Laurel Farrer on The Global WFH Experiment & The Long-Term Promise Of Remote Work.

Listen to this podcast here on Spotify.

5. Being Boss Podcast by Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon

What I like about this podcast it that it’s really for anyone who isn’t working in traditional office role.

So, it’s great for people who are doing remote work as well as people who are doing side hustles, freelancing, and other gigs.

As of writing this, there are over 200 episodes of this podcast available, and new episodes are still regularly released.

Listen to this podcast here on Stitcher.

6. Freedom Lifestyle Podcast by Sam Laliberte

If you’re also interested in things like entrepreneurship and doing your own thing, then you’ll really enjoy this podcast.

Remote work is discussed a lot, but there is a definite focus on entrepreneurship.

New episodes are regularly released, and there’s plenty of older episodes for you binge.

Listen to this podcast here on Stitcher.

7. Screw The Commute Podcast by Tom Antion

This podcast also has an entrepreneurship slant to it, but it’s still focused on working at home.

You’ll hear about people who have created their own home-based business, people who earn passive income, and similar remote working stories.

Even if you don’t want your own home-based business, these episodes are inspiring and get you in that non-traditional working frame of mind.

New episodes are regularly uploaded, and there’s currently almost 300 episodes for you to check out.

Listen to this podcast here on Stitcher.

Podcasts To Help You WFM

If you’ve already secured that dream remote job and you’re working from home right now, then you might be more interested in some podcasts that help you out with that.

I’ve got some favorites that I use to help me stay productive and sane while working remotely from home.

8. The Daily Meditation Podcast by Mary Meckley

Sure, meditation isn’t for everyone and these episodes might not be your cup of tea.

I used to think the same thing before I tried it.

All I can say is that it helps keep my stress levels and in check and it helps me to focus on the day ahead.

If you don’t believe me, then just try it for a day or two.

The episodes are short, so it won’t take up much time.

Just around 10 minutes at the start of your day.

Listen to this podcast here on Soundcloud.

9. The 20 Minute Fitness Podcast by ShapeScale

Working from home means that you’re probably not getting in as much of a fitness routine as you should, right?

Well, this podcast is no substitute for that.

However, it does give you some interesting tips and information about fitness that you can put into practice.

And I find that just listening to it makes me want to workout a little each day.

Listen to this podcast here on Stitcher.

10. The Productive Woman Podcast by Laura McClellan

There are lot of podcasts out there on productivity, but I think moms will get the most benefit from this one.

And it’s still being produced, with almost 300 episodes currently in the archive.

The episodes might be a bit long for some stay-at-home moms, with an average between 30-45 minutes in length.

But if you can make the time, then I think you’ll get a lot of value from these episodes.

Listen to this podcast here on Stitcher.

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