9 episodes

Let’s face it; our lives are inundated by distractions, a varied list of things that suck up our time and keep us from becoming overly successful, tackling long to-do lists, and/or fixing our kids dinner. Few people are more distracted than friends and fellow writers, Jamie Wright and Matthew Paul Turner, which is why they’ve started a podcast to discuss all of the good, weird, indulgent, self-helping distractions that keep them sane and less preoccupied with all of life’s less enjoyable activities. So, if you’re looking for a good excuse as to why you haven’t started or finished something, join Jamie and Matthew each week for My Favorite Distraction.

My Favorite Distraction Jamie Wright and Matthew Paul Turner

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7, 65 Ratings

Let’s face it; our lives are inundated by distractions, a varied list of things that suck up our time and keep us from becoming overly successful, tackling long to-do lists, and/or fixing our kids dinner. Few people are more distracted than friends and fellow writers, Jamie Wright and Matthew Paul Turner, which is why they’ve started a podcast to discuss all of the good, weird, indulgent, self-helping distractions that keep them sane and less preoccupied with all of life’s less enjoyable activities. So, if you’re looking for a good excuse as to why you haven’t started or finished something, join Jamie and Matthew each week for My Favorite Distraction.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

KatieWaters78 ,

I love this!

As a reader of both these authors for years, I love this podcast. The “realness” of their discussions is refreshing. Of course, that is what I have always loved about both Jamie and MPT (pre-children’s book MPT, anyway).

Goldcard4lyf3 ,

Highlight of my week

Jamie and Matthew’s random stream-of-consciousnesses style conversations are exactly the kind of distraction I need in my life.

shans99 ,

Meh

I really wanted to like this, but the show feel self indulgent. You can get away with not having a unifying theme if you are witty enough or insightful enough, but the hosts don’t quite meet the bar. I like their written work but this podcast is a no for me.

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