Bingeworthy Wellness Content in Quarantine and Beyond

Are you bored yet? I hope not.

I never understood how people can be bored, to be honest. Not only do I have unlimited things I can be doing for my business (writing content, filming content, social media content, writing a book, creating a podcast, this list overwhelms me!), but there are so many things I want to learn and consume in the world that I never feel like there’s enough time; even sitting home during quarantine.

If you’re like me and interested in nutrition, wellness, mindset and self development in general, there are countless documentaries, books and podcasts you can be devouring during this time to up your wellbeing game, increase your confidence and boost your health.

I’ve put together my top Bingeworthy Wellness Content in Quarantine and Beyond list for you. Enjoy and let me know in the comments below what your all time favorite podcasts, documentaries and books are too!


The Farmacy Podcast with Dr. Mark Hyman.
If you want to learn more about functional medicine, nutrition and really all topics of wellness, this man is the real deal. He also interviews top experts in health, food science, mental health and every topic imaginable. If you are a nutrition nerd or you just want to learn more about what you’re feeding your body, there are hours and hours of content to binge with this podcast.

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
Vishen interviews experts in every possible topic of personal growth and wellness you can imagine. I’ve listened to podcasts on how to improve my relationships, sexual health, dream recall, communication, journaling, goal setting, physical health, mental health and so many more. I always learn something new or leave with a new perspective.

Honorable mentions: (not necessarily about wellness, but worth it)

Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me by NPR, for smart humor.
The Moth for true stories by regular people.
How I Built This for entrepreneurial insight.
Where Should We Begin with Esther Perel to work on your relationship.


I Am Not Your Guru with Tony Robbins.
A feature documentary film about one of the original giants in self development. The reason I love this film so much is because I am a self proclaimed Tony Robbins junkie. His program featured in this documentary, A Date with Destiny, is something I myself did about 15 years ago and absolutely loved it. To see this man’s passion for wanting to help people in real life is astonishing and it does come across on the screen as well.

Food, Inc.
This is over 10 years old now, but still a great way to learn about what goes on in factory farms throughout the U.S. If you’re still buying chicken, beef and pork from any old store, it’s time to up your game and learn why it’s not sustainable for your health and the health of this planet.

Forks Over Knives
This documentary will make you question your choices to eat animals or not. Even if you are not ready or willing to give up your bacon, it’s worth a watch to understand how shifting towards a plant based diet can help reduce lifestyle related disease risk, like cancer and Type 2 Diabetes.

Game Changers
More reasons to eat a more plant based diet. This one especially speaks to athletes and I’ve noticed, more men.
Confession: I have not yet seen this. I’ve actually been told about it so many times from friends that have watched it and turned vegan overnight, that it almost put me off. I will watch it. When I’m ready.


Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
It’s about taking risks and getting vulnerable. Brene shows us that vulnerability is not weakness and in fact, it takes courage to put yourself out there and get in the arena. For anyone who wants to do anything risky in life, read this first.

The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan
A classic in terms of starting your journey of connecting what’s on your plate to it’s origin. I recommend this book to my clients and to anyone on their journey of health and wellbeing, regardless of what kind of diet you adhere to: paleo, keto, vegan, vegetarian, omnivore, it doesn’t matter. It’s a great journey for all of us.

The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer
If you’ve been on the fence about meditation, this book will give you major FOMO if you’re not already doing it. His other book, The Surrender Experiment, is another bingeworthy story of his life which made me unable to put it down until I was finished.

The Power of Intention by Wayne Dyer (or ANY of his books)
I love Dr. Wayne Dyer’s wisdom and had the pleasure of seeing him speak live with my father when they were both still alive. His spiritual wisdom is universal and speaks to any and all people, backgrounds and cultures. All of his books are true treasures.

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
If you are creating anything or looking for inspiration to create something, Liz Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, will give you the kick you need. Plus, I love her Instagram account, too.

Honorable mentions: (not necessarily about wellness but worth your time)
by Glennon Doyle if you feel like flexing those feminist muscles.
Three Women by Lisa Teddeo, see above.
When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, if you’ve ever lost a loved one
Plan B by Sheryl Sandberg, also if you’ve ever lost a loved one