The Lifestyle Accountability Show | healthy living podcasts you can cook and clean to

I follow a lot of fitness and healthy living bloggers.

I love to hear about their experiences. What motivates them. What inspires them. The types of workouts they prefer and their take on the health-news-of-the-day.

Yet no matter how much time I devote to keeping up with my favourites, there just aren’t enough hours in the day to sit at the computer and read.

Other things like cooking and cleaning and family members need to be attended to as well πŸ™‚

Finally, I’ve found a solution. Listen to a podcast while peeling the potatoes! Join me over on The Lifestyle Accountability Show where I’m chatting fitness motivation and healthy living inspiration with hosts Adam and Devon Bate (two fellow Canadians who are also working to make a difference in the lives of those around them).

Grab a cup of coffee (or a paring knife of your own; don’t let me do all the work) and we’ll pretend that we’re making dinner together and sharing our fitness stories.

Make sure that you subscribe to their website so as not to miss out on future shows.

(And if you’re feeling inclined to ‘click’ on links, you could add your name to MY subscriber list while you’re at it; note that I’ve resurrected my old newsletter and will be using this list to share weekly content, including blog posts you may have missed, details about new programs and products, and announcements about upcoming events)

Do you read blog posts or listen to podcasts for healthy living inspiration and motivation?

I’d love it if you’d share your favourite site(s) in the comments below!


  1. Two of my favorite sites ~ because they make me smile (with the stories of the kids), give exercise tips, and fun/easy/quick/some times healthy sometimes not recipes are and

    And yes~~~~I enjoy yours too or I wouldn’t be here now. πŸ˜‰
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    • Oh, I love those two as well. Do they do podcasts as well? Love a good podcast.
      And thanks so much for the compliment!

  2. I love the Cut the Fat podcasts and also Jonathan Bailor’s podcasts on SANE nutrition & exercise.
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  3. I listened to your interview yesterday and really enjoyed it! I loved what you said about having no go-to motivation quotes. I agree – they do so little for me too!
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  4. I am always listening to podcasts πŸ™‚ most of mine are knitting/spinning related, but still :). A couple of health podcasts I enjoy are Half Size Me and Trish Blackwell’s Confidence podcast.
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    • Thanks for sharing Kristine. I don’t know either of those ones! And yes, knitting podcasts and TED talks are among my favourite to listen to!

  5. Just saw this – I have sort of been off this today…. will have to try to check out tomorrow or over the weekend – cool for you!!!! I saw the comments – I like quotes & pretty scenery pics with them but that is me.. πŸ™‚
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  6. I am always looking for new podcasts to listen to. One of my personal favorites is “motivation to move” with Scott Smith. Lots of great advice for getting you moving.
    I haven’t heard of The Lifestyle Accountability Show yet so I’ll be adding that one to my list πŸ˜‰ Thanks
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  7. I just recently listened to a Pod Cast by Rob Wolf the other day while I was driving. It was an hour and a half pod cast and if you can believe it, I was able to listen to the whole thing… And I only drove from West Hollywood, CA to Santa Monica! (Which is like 5 miles!!!!) But incredibly enough, I was completely content because the podcast was really interesting!! I will certainly be listening to more, so thank you for your suggestion!