What’s the #1 thing that keeps me from listening to more audiobooks? Podcasts. Not that podcasts don’t have their merits—I listen to them to learn stuff and be entertained.
But when it comes to productivity podcasts, listening to them is probably the most ironic thing a productivity junkie can do. But since I’m a giant nerd, I was delighted when I found a new podcast from Bloomberg called Works for Me.
Launched earlier this month, Works for Me is a guinea pig-style podcast hosted by Francesca Levy and Rebecca Greenfield. In each episode, the hosts discuss the productivity tool that one of the hosts tried, how it works, its pros and cons, etc.
For example, the first episode is about Rebecca’s attempt at getting her shit together via a bullet journal.
I find some productivity podcasts a little too bro-tastic for my taste so I found Works for Me delightful, realistic and charming.
You can learn more about Works for Me over at their website.
What productivity podcasts do you like? Let me know in the comments!
Jillianne Hamilton is the author of Molly Miranda: Thief for Hire, its two action/comedy sequels, and The Lazy Historian's Guide to the Wives of Henry VIII. She is also a freelance blogger, a graphic designer, a history enthusiast, and a dog mom. Learn more.