Time to come up with new, more sustainable resolutions. Listen to these podcasts for the insights and inspiration that’ll help you on your way.
So if your New Year’s resolutions aren’t a TOTAL memory by now, then pat yourself on the back – the first month is the hardest. And if they are a memory, well, they weren’t meant to be anyway. Time to come up with new, more sustainable ones. Listen to these podcasts for the insights and inspiration that’ll help you commit to your health goals and make you feel less alone on the journey.
This is a comedy wellness podcast hosted by gurus-in-training Elizabeth Kott and Stephanie Simbari who merge wellness and pop culture and lots of lols. If you want to hear two funny lades talk to LA-based shamans, mindfulness teachers, breathwork coaches and other alternative healers then give them a subscribe, and as they say, nama-stay listening.
For an accessible / motivating intro to what it means to live a legit healthy lifestyle, listen to The Ultimate Health Podcast. It’s hosted by Toronto-based nutritionist / chef Marni Wasserman and health expert Dr. Jesse Chappus who get right to the point about the health topics we all care about – daily routines, sugar addiction, heavy metals in our diet, setting goals, etc. Weekly, they interview high-profile guests, like Gabby Bernstein, Danielle LaPorte, Arianna Huffington and more.
Inspired by the ‘Saturn return’ period of one’s life (typically around age 29), this podcast is all about mastering any transition in life. Hosts / influencers Krista Williams and Lindsay Simcik interview wellness entrepreneurs and other self-made lifestyle influencers about all things health, and living your best life at any age.
If you’re into supplements, cleanses, smart drugs, medical conspiracies and generally want to learn more about the world of high performance living, give Luke Storey’s podcast a listen. He’s a former stylist / now entrepreneur and v. passionate biohacker who interviews health experts from all walks of life about next-level personal development – the highs, lows, and crashes and burns.
Host Dave Asprey is the man behind Bulletproof coffee, the butter coffee drink / diet that was born out of his mission to improve his biochemistry. Dave spent 15 years using his body as a ‘personal laboratory,’ finding the exact hacks that worked. His podcast is where he shares his knowledge and talks to super smart guests, like Tim Ferris, Neil Strauss, Emily Morse, about upgrading life.
If you believe we are ‘spiritual beings having a human experience’ and could do with some more divine guidance in your day, you need SriMati. She’s a spiritual wellness warrior / plant-based chef who waxes spiritual in a way that will make you feel slightly more enlightened with each episode. She posts pretty deep-healing guided meditations (think: deep river healing, divine feminine initiation…) regularly and her voice is soothing af.
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