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June 30, 2020
Jerry Sargeant, the founder of Star Magic Healing, shares his story and how he discovered his healing powers.
June 25, 2020
Krista talks with Aaron Abke about the Law of One, Ra, fifth dimensional living, and more.
June 23, 2020
Trudi Lebron, impact coach, talks about how the coaching and business world can work to be more inclusive, more equitable, and more impactful.
June 18, 2020
K + L talk about how to be intentional about finding our new normal in a post-quarantine world.
June 16, 2020
Joe and Lauren Sheehey of Cured Nutrition give a candid look at their relationship, healing, and becoming better people together.
June 11, 2020
This is a re-release from a conversation with Thaís Sky on white privilege, white fragility, and unconscious biases.
June 9, 2020
We highlight some of the black women who have been on the podcast over the past few years in a time when their voices need to be heard.
June 4, 2020
K+L’s transformation coach Aaron Rose talks about identifying and dealing with triggering situations.
June 2, 2020
We replay an interview with Rachel Cargle from December of 2018 due to its current relevance. In it, she talks about having difficult conversations about race and bridging the gap to becoming a better ally.
May 28, 2020
Lindsey shares some of her favorite practices + products that promote self-care and joy while we’re stuck at home.
May 26, 2020
John Wineland, relationship coach + teacher, talks about embracing the masculine and feminine energy in all of us, rekindling attraction to a partner, and gaining clarity on what you want out of a relationship.
May 21, 2020
K + L give you their perspective on how they build more confidence in their lives so that you can adapt those practices for yourself.
May 19, 2020
Glennon Doyle talks about her new book “Untamed,” how she learned to build healthy boundaries, and why self-care is the best way to care for others.
May 14, 2020
Krista shares her experiences with quitting — both good and bad — and how you can recognize the signs that it’s ready to leave your job, then do it responsibly and effectively.
May 12, 2020
Ryan Weiss (a life coach, speaker, and author) talks about dealing with fear, anxiety, and shame in our lives, and how to rewire yourself to work past those emotions.
May 7, 2020
K + L bring on a member of the community, Emily Feikls, to chat + connect.
May 5, 2020
Dr. Laurie Santos, a professor of psychology at Yale, talks about the real science behind happiness, why we have a depression epidemic, and what you can do to elevate your own level of happiness.
April 30, 2020
Lindsey talks about the process of learning to trust herself and the practices she put in place to maintain that trust every day.
April 28, 2020
Ramit Sethi talks about what it takes to lead a rich life, why cutting costs is never as important as earning more, and how to get unstuck financially.
April 23, 2020
Krista shares her experience of accepting the body she’s in, her journey with weight and health, and answers questions from the community.
April 21, 2020
Astrologer Debra Silverman talks about what the stars foretold about the time we are currently in, what lies ahead, and how the different signs can react in the coming months.
April 16, 2020
K + L share their personal tips for living in and getting out of a rut.
April 14, 2020
Marianne Williamson, activist, author, spiritual lecturer, and former presidential candidate, talks about her presidential campaign experience and how we can get through these difficult times.
April 9, 2020
Lindsey shares six lessons she’s learned for dealing with self-isolation.
April 7, 2020
The award-winning poet and songwriter IN-Q talks about the creative process, making money from your art, and finding inspiration.
April 2, 2020
Krista dives into the topic of change and how she has learned to deal with it when it comes to relationships and herself.
March 31, 2020
Julie Nguyen, founder and CEO of Methodology, talks about how learning how to eat a diet of high-quality foods created ripples throughout her life, improving her health, her weight, her eczema, and her happiness.
March 26, 2020
K + L give their thoughts on all that we are going through with the coronavirus pandemic and bring in some thoughts from leaders around the world to give you hope and inspiration.
March 24, 2020
Jen Gotch, Founder and CCO of ban.do and author of The Upside of Being Down, opens up about mental health, letting yourself receive praise, self-care + self-love, where to look when self-care isn’t enough, emotional eating, + so much more.
March 19, 2020
Krista and Lindsey discuss their own self-love journeys, following their intuition to manifest an aligned life, and their relationship with their bodies.
March 17, 2020
Max Lugavere, author of The Genius Life, teaches us about prioritizing protein, the dangers of food waste, the importance of getting proper rest, the difference between white fat and brown fat, the role media plays in the health industry, mindfulness with what we consume, how to fill our cup with “good” stressors and more.
March 12, 2020
Lindsey teaches us all about overwhelm: where it comes from, what it’s telling us, how we can use its power to our advantage, acknowledging the connection to ego, and the importance of practicing breathwork.
March 10, 2020
Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt talks about being vulnerable as a writer, forgiving others for yourself, facing challenges head-on, forgiveness in relationships, and her new book, “The Gift of Forgiveness.”
March 5, 2020
Krista is excited to dig in and explore what the term authenticity really means, and how to reckon being authentic while wanting to change and grow as a person.
March 3, 2020
Kelly LeVeque is a holistic nutritionist, and her new book, Body Love Every Day, provides an action plan for achieving natural wellness for the mind, body and soul. We dive into the different archetypes mentioned in her book and how we can use these models to achieve our health and wellness goals. We also go deep into her birthing process and all the challenges she and her family had to overcome throughout her pregnancy and delivery.
February 27, 2020
Today Krista and Lindsey take a deep look into their shadow work journeys, and how as best friends who also work together, they are able to help each other heal their shadow sides and release karmic patterns.
February 25, 2020
Founder and CEO of Clever Girl Finance, Bola Sokunbi, joins us to talk about how she saved 100k out of college, paying off debt, key ways to invest, and side-hustles. We dive into emotions behind money, being honest with yourself about your spending, and why you may want to shift your circle of influence. Bola also shares her experience as a woman of color in the finance industry.
February 20, 2020
In today’s solo episode with Lindsey, she explores her growth over the past 8 years from previous boyfriends and being single, to how she shows up now in her new relationship.
February 18, 2020
Astrologer Chani Nicholas joins us to talk about her new book, You Were Born For This, and different aspects of astrology while sharing intimate parts of her life, like her marriage to her wife and how it’s impacted her. We dive into Saturn return, trauma + astrological charts, north vs. south nodes, the uniqueness of our rising signs, and the forecast for 2020!
February 13, 2020
Sexologist and author of The Game of Desire, Shan Boodram, joins us to talk about sex and relationships! We explore cultivating the skill of communication and ways to make sex conversations fun and pleasurable, along with how the way we experienced love growing up, influences our relationships today. We also dive into women being in the driver’s seat of their love life, polyamory and open relationships.
February 11, 2020
Marie Forleo joins us to talk about listening to your intuition, imposter syndrome, following the feeling of fear, and not adhering to the reality of others. She unpacks the critical importance of sales and marketing, and how she’s transformed her company’s culture through gratitude and implementing times of “pause.”
February 6, 2020
Are you looking to let go and create space in your life? Today, Krista takes us through her process for her total life edit—from technology and finances to makeup and supplements, K gets into the nitty gritty of it all. It’s more than just a physical clear-out; she also explores her mental health process, her decision to start therapy, and relationships.
February 4, 2020
Clinical herbalist, Adriana Ayales, joins us to talk deeply about the power of herbs and how to use them in your life. She also explains how to respect cultures when exploring herbalism and ancient practices, like using palo santo and sage.
January 30, 2020
Koya Webb joins us to talk about how her childhood influenced who she is today, how yoga and breathwork connect us to presence and spirit, how to raise your vibration, and healing trauma.
January 28, 2020
Women’s Hormone Expert, Alisa Vitti, joins us to talk about biohacking your cycle for better health, sex, productivity, and relationships using The Cycle Syncing Method from her new book, In the FLO.
January 23, 2020
Wes Pfiffner joins us to talk about red light therapy; how it works, and how it can benefit your health, skin, and hormones. We also talk about the difference between blue light and red light, and the ideal time of day to be exposed to each.
January 21, 2020
Heath Ellis joins us to talk about the male perspective on upleveling! We dive into the differences in the masculine and feminine approaches to healing, explore holding vs. creating space, patterns of limiting beliefs, and steps to helping men be more sovereign.
January 16, 2020
Lindsey is diving deep into the power of your voice. She explores how it’s an expression of your soul, why alignment affects communication, and tangible takeaways to keep your voice in tiptop shape. Lindsey unpacks how this not only applies to singing, but our ability to communicate and express ourselves.
January 14, 2020
Sexologist Alexandra Dame joins us to talk about sexual health and pleasure, open relationships, masturbation, and her journey as an entrepreneur in the sexual wellness industry.
January 9, 2020
Nikki Glaser joins us to talk about the fear of intimacy, expectations around dating, self-worth and appearance, sexual relationships, orgasms, and transcendental meditation.
January 7, 2020
Mari Andrew joins us to talk about emotions and creativity—from growing up as a creative, self-parenting, emotional intelligence, boundaries, and public vulnerability. We talk about the difficulties that come with dating, what inspires Mari to get out of a creative block, and her struggle with recovery from her autoimmune disease.
January 2, 2020
Nicole LePera joins us to talk about self-healing and the importance of consistency with diet, sleep, and movement for reducing anxiety. We talk about changing stories we create about ourselves, authenticity in relationships, and discomfort as a key part of growth.
December 31, 2019
For the last episode of the year and decade, Krista and Lindsey reflect and go deep into their own personal transformations, wins, learnings, and what they want to release moving into 2020.
December 26, 2019
Krista and Lindsey share snippets from eight of the most popular and insightful conversations with guests from 2019.
December 24, 2019
Krista and Lindsey highlight seven of the most impactful and inspirational conversations with guests from 2019.
December 19, 2019
Andy Mant joins us to talk about how light is a foundation of our health. We discuss blue light glasses, hormone disruption, benefits of watching the sunrise and sunset, the dangers of EMFs, and hacks for beating jet lag.
December 17, 2019
Lalah Delia joins us to discuss what it means to be a vibrational being, and how it influences the way we connect with others and experience the world, along with changing the stories and beliefs that keep us out of our power.
December 12, 2019
Registered Dietitian, McKell Hill, joins us to talk about nutrition and fostering a healthy lifestyle, and also shares how she built a sustainable business and online courses.
December 10, 2019
Robin Arzón joins us to talk about rewriting trauma, using movement to heal grief, transforming pain to power, pursuing an epic life, legacy creation, and spirituality.
December 5, 2019
Vegan chef and blogger, Jenné Claiborne, joins us to talk about her journey to going vegan, the trials and triumphs of building her business, the ethical side of veganism, and being a woman of color in the wellness space.
December 3, 2019
Rayna Greenberg and Ashley Hesseltine join us to talk about eliminating toxic friendships, dating as public figures, feeling confident in their sexuality, growing their business while constantly evolving and maintaining their personal and professional relationship.
November 28, 2019
Cal Newport joins us to discuss the power of sustained concentration, ‘cultivating’ versus ‘following’ your passion, and how social media and smartphones impact our ability to lead fulfilling lives.
November 26, 2019
Krista and Lindsey share how the vision and purpose of Almost 30 came through them and what they’ve learned in the process on the Inspiring Lives podcast
November 21, 2019
Stewart Pearce joins us to talk about the power of our sound and leads us in an exercise to discover yours.
November 19, 2019
Aaron Rose joins us to talk about his personal journey of religion, sexuality, and self-expression.
November 14, 2019
Today we are joined by the founder and CEO of Tress for Us and host of Girl We Got This podcast, Laticia Rolle! We can’t express enough admiration for Laticia. She is the definition of a true friend with her unwavering support and love. Growing up in a large family and as an athlete for most of her life, Laticia’s life has always revolved around creating sisterhood and meaningful relationships—which is a central part of today’s conversation.
November 12, 2019
Today we are bringing it to you LIVE from our event in New York at Chelsea Music Hall with Heather McMahan. Get ready for some wild stories, tender moments, and countless laughs with this comedian, Instagram star, and host of Absolutely Not podcast!
November 7, 2019
Today we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Stephen Cabral! He’s a naturopathic doctor, Ayurvedic functional medicine and integrative health practitioner, and author of The Rain Barrel Effect. Dr. Cabral begins by explaining the difference between Eastern and Western medicine, and stresses the need to have both a natural health practitioner and medical doctor. He shares the health issues he struggled with, like Addison's disease, which led him into functional and naturopathic medicine.
November 5, 2019
Today’s interview with creative genius and Instagram influencer, Tezza, is so special to us. She has the biggest heart, contagious passion, and deserves every ounce of her fame. She’s the founder of by Tezza and creator of the Tezza app, which has over 1 million users every month!
October 31, 2019
Today we are LIVE at The Assemblage with Human Design Guide, Erin Claire Jones! Get your notebooks out because this episode is full of powerful information related to YOU--your Human Design. Erin breaks down each of the five types of Human Designs (Manifestor, Generator, Manifesting Generator, Projector, and Reflector), so that you can better understand how you operate in your career and relationships.
October 29, 2019
Today’s quick check in is a quick one with K & L! They’re excited to share this special solo. But first, they share details on Your Podcast Pro and when you can expect it to launch, along with the new date for the Human Design workshop with Jenna Zoe. It’s now taking place on Feb 29, 2020 at Calamigos in Malibu. You read that right—leap year, baby!
October 24, 2019
CATCH UP WITH K + L   Today K & L are sharing thoughts, reflecting on events, and reviewing tips for optimal sleep! The girls begin with a conversation around the “campsite policy”, one Lindsey found in Some Thoughts About Relationships.  The policy is one Dan Savage coined.  Who wants Dan back on the show to discuss!? His belief is that in relationships, you should not leave someone worse off than when you first met them.  FOOD FOR THOUGHT! The ladies then discuss their event with HUM Nutrition and share sleep tips from The Sleep Doctor, Michael Breus. And lastly, K & L fondly reflect on their last show in NYC with Stewart Pearce at The Assemblage.   THE INTERVIEW   Today we had the pleasure of interviewing the host of the popular podcast,  Don’t Keep Your Day Job and coach for creative entrepreneurs, Cathy Heller! Her upcoming book, Don’t Keep Your Day Job, is all about living life on your terms and pursuing the things that may be scary, but are calling out to you.   Our conversation explores emotions, motivation, creativity, entrepreneurship and turning inward. Cathy speaks on how the resistance of feeling is actually what causes the greatest amount of pain. She explains how state of mind trumps everything—from sleep to food—when it comes to motivation and productivity, and shares her knowledge on how to find momentum and enthusiasm. When it comes to pursuing your passion, Cathy gives tips for where to start, like determining your target audience. We talk about the importance of spending time alone and allowing yourself to be creative. Lastly, we ask Cathy what she’s proud of and what she’s working on, and she opens up about her experience with anxiety and relationship OCD.   We also talk about: How humans fear and hide from their feelings The isolating feeling of being an entrepreneur Cultivating a community & making people feel seen Responding to the feedback of your community Not being afraid to share your story The four things people crave that equal a sense of purpose What do we ultimately seek in life? What realistic quitting and transition looks like Knowing what creative ideas to pursue   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Love Thank you to HUM Nutrition for an awesome event! The new “Mighty Night” supplement is ah-mazing!  Use code ALMOST30NATION for 15% off at humnutrition.com. Bravo,  Michael Breus! SLEEP KING!!  Check out his books, The Power of When, The Sleep Doctor’s Diet Plan, and Good Night. Big shoutout to The Assemblage and everyone who joined us at our Live Event with Stewart Pearce! Read Stewart’s The Voice of Change here.   Resources: Learn more: cathyheller.com Pre-order Don’t Keep Your Day Job here Instagram: @cathy.heller Listen: Don’t Keep Your Day Job Podcast ; How to Unlearn Your Negative Self Talk with K & L   Upcoming Events: October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L November 26th: Melbourne with Rosie Acosta November 28th: Sydney with Jessica Sepel December 7th: Los Angeles with K&L December 12th: Miami with K&L   Sponsors: Teachable | Visit teachable.com/almost30 to get 1 month of Teachable Pro Plan FREE! Comrad Socks | Visit comradsocks.com/almost30 or use code ALMOST30 at checkout for 20% off your first order. Anima Mundi Herbals | Visit animamundiherbals.com and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off. SafeSleeve | Use code ALMOST30 for 10% off at safesleevecases.com Dr. Roebucks | Visit drroebucks.com and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off Peloton | Visit onepeloton.com and use code ALMOST30 for $100 of accessories with purchase of the tread.   Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 22, 2019
CATCH UP WITH K + L   K & L returned to the place that taught them so much—New York City! With blistered feet, full hearts and fond memories, the gals reflect on the place that saw them through the sh*tstorms, and on their live show with Heather McMahan at Chelsea Music Hall. Stay tuned for the live recording to launch as an episode soon!   THE INTERVIEW   Today we are sitting down with travel writer and New York Times best selling author of To Shake the Sleeping Self, Jedidiah Jenkins! We had the privilege of spending time with Jedidiah at the Onsite Workshops Creatives’ Retreat. We’ve admired him from afar for so long, and in meeting this sweet being we were confirmed in our admiration for his authenticity, humor, thoughtfulness, and ability to truly see people and make them feel special by way of the deepest conversations.    In our conversation today, we start by discussing music, concerts and releasing energy such as anger. Jedidiah then begins sharing his story, and paints a picture of his journey in writing his book. From his experience with imposter syndrome to meeting one of his favorites, Cheryl Strayed, and how she came to write a blurb for his book—he has us laughing the whole time. Jedidiah talks about his relationship with his parents after coming out, and shares how he’s never felt shame around his sexuality, even after growing up in an Evangelical Christian household. He also shares how he’s cultivated deep friendships, and how he fosters those relationships and builds community. We have been long awaiting this conversation, and can’t wait to share it with you!   We also talk about: Societies view of the body as carnal and animalistic A mixing board as a metaphor for human life Jedidiah’s deep dive into Christianity The repression of sexuality impacting other aspects of life The lack respectful disagreement in our society Gravity points for finding authentic friendships Jedidiah’s creative process   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Love: Follow Heather McMahan: @heatherkmcmahan and find her on tour HERE! Thank you to Sonder for our NYC home away from home! To everyone that came out to our Live Show in NYC, we love and appreciate you!   Resources: Learn more: jedidiahjenkins.com Instagram: @jedidiahjenkins Book: To Shake the Sleeping Self   Upcoming Events: October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L November 26th: Melbourne with Rosie Acosta November 28th: Sydney with Jessica Sepel December 7th: Los Angeles with K&L December 12th: Miami with K&L   Sponsors: Sonder Stays | Visit sonder.com and use code ALMOST30 between Sept. 16, 2019 - Dec. 31, 2019 for a 10% discount on top of an additional 15% discount when you create a Sonder account. Article | www.article.com/ALMOST30 for $50 off a purchase of $100 or more Perfect Bar | Visit www.perfectbar.com/almost30 for 15% off Further Food | Use code ALMOST30 for 30% off your purchase at shop.furtherfood.com/discount/ALMOST30 Better Help | Visit betterhelp.com/almost30 for 15% off your first month. Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 17, 2019
We are thrilled for today’s interview because this amazing woman’s passion project is a huge part of our everyday lives. Please welcome the founder of ClassPass, Payal Kadakia! ClassPass is a fitness membership that lets you take classes at a variety of locations in your area. Spin, barre, pilates, yoga, or gym time—it’s all under one membership! It also allows you to tap into the local communities when traveling.   Payal shares how before founding ClassPass she was unfulfilled in her corporate job, trying to balance work with her love of dance. She illustrates the fear she experienced before leaving her job, along with the passion behind entrepreneurship—like focusing on the problem you’re trying to solve versus your idea. Payal explains the market research and fundraising involved, how ClassPass has grown over the years, and what we have to look forward to in the future. When it comes to her passion for dance, Payal shares how it connects her to her Indian culture and feeds her love of giving to people, which is how she came to found ClassPass.   For a free month of ClassPass, visit classpass.com and use the code ALMOST30!   We also talk about: Being in your masculine vs. feminine Balancing Payal’s corporate job with dance Payal’s relationship with her parents Having an identity crisis & living two lives When she saw a hole in the market to start ClassPass Most difficult part of keeping partners and customers happy The team atmosphere when starting off The hardship of being an entrepreneur Redefining what words mean to you Instagram accounts L&K love   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Instagram: @payal Learn more: classpass.com (use code ALMOST30)   Upcoming Events: October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L November 26th: Melbourne with Rosie Acosta November 28th: Sydney with Jessica Sepel December 7th: Los Angeles with K&L December 12th: Miami with K&L   Sponsors: Skinny Dipped | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at skinnydipped.com Four Sigmatic | Use code ALMOST30 for 15% off your order at foursigmatic.com/almost30 Away | Use code ALMOST30 for $20 off a suitcase at awaytravel.com/almost30 Buffy | Go to www.buffy.co use code ALMOST30 for $20 off Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off   Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 15, 2019
Today we are sitting down with Astrological Expert and Women’s Empowerment Coach, Natalia Benson! Natalia shares the struggles she faced in her twenties before embarking on her spiritual journey. From meditation and gratitude, to changing your languaging, Natalia expands on simple tools that greatly impact her life. We discuss at length how to attract what you want, and Natalia illustrates exactly how she called in her current relationship. Our conversation also explores the roles self-love and surrender play in our careers, wealth, and relationships.   We also talk about: How Natalia began stepping into her confidence Using EFT tapping to heal emotional anxiety Self-worth’s role in calling in a relationship Being clear on what you want in a relationship What self-love looks like for Natalia The feminine side of money How she uses astrology to step into her power   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: nataliabenson.com Instagram: @natalia_benson Listen: Natalia Benson The Podcast Ep. 213: Krista & Natalia Recommended Books: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind   Upcoming Events: October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L November 26th: Melbourne with Rosie Acosta November 28th: Sydney with Jessica Sepel December 7th: Los Angeles with K&L December 12th: Miami with K&L   Sponsors: STUNN | Visit stunnco.com/almost30 or use code ALMOST30 at checkout to receive 20% off your first order Third Love | Head to thirdlove.com/almost30 for 15% off! Instacart | Visit instacart.com or download the Instacart app and use code ALMOST30 at checkout for $10 off your first order Dr. Roebucks | Visit drroebucks.com and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 10, 2019
Please welcome author and founder of Careergasm, Sarah Vermunt! As a previous guest on the show, she is back to share insights and BS free advice from her new book, Career Rookie. We start off by discussing how job-hopping in your early 20s is actually a good thing, and Sarah gives advice on how to set yourself up for success in your career. We dive into the reasons people end up feeling stuck, and how you need to take action to build confidence and move forward! And if you’re struggling with balancing money-making with the desire to do work that feels good, Sarah has you covered.   If you’re a student, graduate, career newbie, or in the process of switching careers, you don’t want to miss this conversation!   We also talk about: Handling parental stress when living at home Over-identifying with your career Two ways to bring inspiration to your job Getting a “just for now” job Debt of gratitude and obligation for parents Tips for salary negotiation and asking for a raise Building professional relationships & asking for mentorship How to fix “mess ups” at work The intertwining of career & personal development   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: careergasm.com Instagram: @careergasm Books: Careergasm ; Career Rookie   Upcoming Events: October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L November 26th: Melbourne with Rosie Acosta November 28th: Sydney with Jessica Sepel December 7th: Los Angeles with K&L December 12th: Miami with K&L   Sponsors: Athletic Greens | Get 20 travel packs FREE ($79 value) with your first purchase at www.athleticgreens.com/almost30 Comrad Socks | Visit comradsocks.com/almost30 or use code ALMOST30 at checkout for 20% off your first order. Better Help | Visit betterhelp.com/almost30 for 15% off your first month. Rothy's | Visit rothys.com/almost30 to get your new favorite flats! Further Food | Use code ALMOST30 for 30% off your purchase at shop.furtherfood.com/discount/ALMOST30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 8, 2019
Today, Lindsey is sharing the journey of frustration and surrender she’s had with her skin. She opens up about cystic acne, hormonal outbreaks, and using birth control. Lindsey explains how changing her relationship with her skin was truly the beginning of the healing process. She also talks about intuitive eating, and how tuning into her body about how food made her feel allowed her to see how it affected her acne. Lindsey also talks about spiritual practices, processing emotions, and gives her product recommendations and skin care routine.   Get your notebook out for the second half of the episode! Lindsey interviews her dear friend and healer, Chloe Bañales of Ascended Alchemy. From Chinese herbs to acupuncture, to light therapy and cupping, Chloe shares how these different healing modalities can help decrease inflammation, improve organ function, and benefit skin health.    They also talk about: Removing mucus forming foods from diet What L eats & avoids eating Intuitive eating & connecting with your intuition Herbs for liver & skin health Processing & releasing emotions Creating heat in the body with herbs Foods for cooling the body Gua sha technique for skin care Acupressure points to reconnect with your body   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more about Ascended Alchemy Instagram: @ascendedalchemy ; @_chloehom   Upcoming Events: October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L November 9th: Human Design with Jenna Zoe November 26th: Melbourne with Rosie Acosta November 28th: Sydney with Jessica Sepel   Sponsors: Dr. Roebucks | Visit drroebucks.com and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off Daily Harvest | Use code ALMOST30 for 3 FREE Cups in your first box at www.daily-harvest.com SAKARA | Go to sakara.com/almost30 and use code ALMOST30 for $60 off your first order Modern Fertility | www.modernfertility.com/almost30 for $20 off a purchase Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 4, 2019
Today is the last bonus episode from our series at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival! We are live with the founders of UNDO Magazine, Nai Vasha and Sophia Chang. UNDO is an intellectually and visually stimulating quarterly magazine that sheds light on issues, stories, people and brands in wellness, fashion, and fitness.   As two dedicated entrepreneurs who are always pushing the envelope, Sophia and Nai share how they came together and founded UNDO Mag. They explain ways the fitness and wellness industry has changed, like with influencers and athletes. Both ladies are passionate about breaking stereotypes, and making wellness information accessible to all ages and races. They empower individuals to dive into self-discovery and push beyond fear. After listening to these incredible women, you can’t help but feel inspired and motivated to optimize your health beyond the green juice and yoga pants!   We also talk about: What health and wellness means to Nai & Sophia Sharing stories around mental health Why they print their magazine vs. digital Ways they break barriers and push their limits Building a platform & community for people to use their voices How they manage their workflow & “business hygiene”   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: undolab.com/Magazine Instagram: @undoordinary_   Upcoming Events: October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 3, 2019
For Kopari Beauty founders Gigi and Bryce Goldman, their company is more than just a business—it’s a lifestyle they’ve created. They are incredibly humble and transparent about mistakes they’ve made, how they developed their strong partnership, and the role influencers play in growing their business. We talk about the relationships they have with their kids, and setting boundaries with work conversations in the home. This power couple is so easy to talk to, and we are so proud to work with them. Their wisdom on building strong relationships, values, and your dream business inspires us daily--we know it will for you as well!   We also talk about: Challenges of being a couple in business together Focusing on the small wins Building a positive work space  How social media gives us voices Advice on starting a business Saying ‘no’ and setting priorities Importance of knowing your company’s values, mission, + vision How they are giving back to the Filipino community   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: koparibeauty.com/almost30 Instagram: @koparibeauty   Upcoming Events: October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L   Sponsors: Stunn Collective | Visit stunnco.com/almost30 or use code ALMOST30 at check-out to receive 20% off your first order Kopari Beauty | Visit www.koparibeauty.com/almost30 for 20% off Honeybook | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off the first year of Honeybook at honeybook.com Perfect Bar | www.perfectbar.com/almost30 for 15% off Work in Progress with Sophia Bush | Listen to funny, personal, professional, and sometimes even political conversations with Sophia and guests that inspire her. SafeSleeve | Use code ALMOST30 for 10% off at safesleevecases.com Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
October 1, 2019
Today we are joined by the founder of the nonprofit Lunch On Me, LaRayia Gaston. Her work is powerful, her belief in people is unwavering, and today’s episode is both uplifting and heartbreaking. The Los Angeles based charity provides nutritious and organic meals to more than 10,000 people per month. Their mission is to end starvation by redistributing food that would otherwise be wasted. Through Lunch On Me, LaRayia has also created a family dynamic and is teaching people to love and respect themselves.   In our conversation, LaRayia shares how she was drawn to Mother Teresa at a young age, and how feeding the homeless was her form of tithing by fourteen years old. She describes the changes she’s seen in the homeless community by providing food, and explains the bitter truth about pharmaceuticals, street drugs, and mental health. LaRayia also shares beautiful, tear-jerking stories that show how small deeds go a long way. She encourages us to be mindful of windows of opportunity where we can not only help, but gain a shift in perspective by connecting with the homeless.   We also talk about: How the homeless community has impacted LaRayia How homelessness can be a gift LaRayia’s 43 days on Skid Row What holding space looks like for LaRayia Statistics for foster children and drug use Poverty, corruption, and race relations Corruption in nonprofits from government involvement    Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: lunchonme.org Instagram: @larayia ; @lunchonme Donate money or supplies   Upcoming Events: October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L   Sponsors: Kopari Beauty | Visit www.koparibeauty.com/almost30 for 20% off Athletic Greens | Get 20 travel packs FREE ($79 value) with your first purchase at www.athleticgreens.com/almost30 Better Help | Visit betterhelp.com/almost30 for 15% off your first month. Organic Traditions | Visit organictraditions.com and use code ALMOST30 for 30% off Modern Fertility | www.modernfertility.com/almost30 for $20 off a purchase Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 27, 2019
Joining us LIVE from Propel CoLabs are two legends in the fitness world and top personal trainers, Gunnar Peterson and Luke Milton. Gunnar is an expert in functional training, and is best known for training professional athletes and celebrities. Luke Milton is a celebrity trainer and the founder of Training Mate (catch him on Revenge Body!).   In our interview, both stress the importance of lifting people up and creating a positive, safe environment in order for people to succeed. They each share struggles of their past, like weight issues and anxiety, and how they overcame them. We ask about their morning routines, their relationships with social media, and tips for getting back into the fitness game. This is a fun and energizing conversation you don’t want to miss!   We also talk about: Mental and emotional health in fitness Treating the emotional body during physical transformation Coaching clients through their resistance Tools Luke used to help with anxiety Key components of recovery The motivation they find from their children    Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Instagram: @gunnarfitness ; @milts1 ; @trainingmate   Upcoming Events: October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 26, 2019
Today, Krista and Lindsey share their profound experience and the lessons they learned at the Onsite Workshops Creatives’ Retreat. It was five days of connecting and healing with some of the most inspiring, impactful people they have ever met. They share details of their group affirmation practice, explore the seven rights of a child, and talk about the power of surprises! From trauma and the subconscious mind, to connecting with others by expressing feelings of shame, to codependency and boundaries—K&L open up about their experiences and the deep healing that occurred.   They also talk about: Krista experiencing imposter syndrome Small group therapy & sculpts Codependency, boundaries, & self-care Taking time to acknowledge your own pain Denying emotions Equine therapy   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: onsiteworkshops.com Instagram: @itskrista ; @lindseysimcik   Upcoming Events: October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L   Sponsors: Peloton | Visit onepeloton.com and use code ALMOST30 for $100 of accessories with purchase of the tread. Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off GoMacro Bars | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at gomacro.com Bombas | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off your 1st order at Bombas.com/almost30 Article | www.article.com/ALMOST30 for $50 off a purchase of $100 or more Chosen Foods | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off at chosenfoods.com/almost30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 24, 2019
In today’s episode, we are sitting down with motivational speaker and #1 New York Times Best Selling author, Gabrielle Bernstein! In her new book, Super Attractor, Gabby reveals how to manifest the life you desire. She enlightens us on what stops someone from manifesting, how to stay in alignment with source, and her first experience with channeling.   We also get into the topic of mental health as Gabby is incredibly real and transparent about her struggles with postpartum depression. Her newest mission is to be of service to women who suffer from postpartum, and bring awareness through education. Gabby also shares her experience with SIBO and healing gut inflammation by eradicating stress and changing her diet. You’ll learn all about “sleep hygiene” and Gabby’s daily practices like meditation, prayer, and exercise.   We also talk about: Transforming our belief systems Having guidance beyond our physical sight Comparison versus judgment Gabby’s experience with resisting joy and play What Gabby’s son has taught her Having trust when channeling  What freedom feels like in your body, heart & mind   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: gabbybernstein.com Blog: Gut Health Instagram: @gabbybernstein Book: Super Attractor   Upcoming Events: October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L   Sponsors: Better Help | Visit betterhelp.com/almost30 for 15% off your first month Lola | Use code ALMOST30 for 40% off all subscriptions at mylola.com Felix Gray | Visit felixgrayglasses.com/almost30 for free shipping and 30 days of risk-free returns GoMacro Bars | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at gomacro.com Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off Modern Fertility | www.modernfertility.com/almost30 for $20 off a purchase Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 20, 2019
Today, we are live from Propel CoLabs with the creator and CEO of Blogilates, Cassey Ho! With over 4 million subscribers, Blogilates is the #1 female fitness channel on YouTube. In our conversation, Cassey explains how YouTube has changed fitness, and how she mentally navigates the negative comments, such as creating the viral video, The “Perfect” Body. She shares the relationship she had with her body before YouTube, and how childhood insecurities can stay with us throughout our lives. We ask Cassey about her morning routine, how she stays motivated, and what’s upcoming with her brand and community. This conversation is all about loving your workout, cherishing your body, and keeping things simple!   We also talk about: Keeping a simple self-care routine How Cassey’s community inspires her content Cassey’s view of the health and wellness industry Creating time and presence for family Shifting our mental space to feel confident   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: blogilates.com Instagram: @blogilates YouTube: Blogilates   Upcoming Events: October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 19, 2019
In today’s solo episode, Krista details her Silent Retreat experience at the Art of Living Retreat Center in Boone, NC. For five days, she was free of EMFs, immersed in the Blue Ridge Mountains, meditating, taking walks, and eating based on ayurvedic principles. As someone who always needs to be ‘doing,’ Krista shares how these days of silence impacted her ability to turn inward, slow down, and shed the nonessentials.   We also talk about: The Happiness Training & 5 Sutras Bringing acceptance into your life Forming your opinion outside of what others’ think Not seeing intention behind others’ mistakes Surrendering to the flow of life Moving out of victim mentality Being present during meals & eating slow Connecting to your Spirit through play & laughter The way Krista’s body released and energetically shifted   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: artoflivingretreatcenter.org Instagram: @itskrista   Upcoming Events: October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce October 29th: Washington D.C. with Heidi Stevens October 30th: Philadelphia with K&L   Sponsors: Four Sigmatic | Use code ALMOST30 for 15% off your order at foursigmatic.com/almost3 Honeybook | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off the first year of Honeybook at honeybook.com Felix Gray | Visit felixgrayglasses.com/almost30 for free shipping and 30 days of risk-free returns Birch Benders | Use code ALMOST30 for 30% off at birchbenders.com Vitruvi | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off products on vitruvi.com and vitruvi.ca  Daily Harvest | Use code ALMOST30 for 3 FREE Cups in your first box at www.daily-harvest.com Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 17, 2019
If you’ve experienced sexual assault or some form of trauma, may today’s guest inspire you with her powerful story of resilience and hope. Brittany Piper is a sexual assault survivor who has taken her pain and turned it into purpose. She is a motivational speaker, sexual violence prevention expert, and healing coach who helps others transform their pain and believe in second chances.   Our conversation begins with Brittany recounting her story (this may be triggering for some). This leads into how sexual assault has been normalized by the sensationalization of it, and the sheer lack of sex education in the United States. Brittany explains the science behind why trauma survivors have lapses in memory, and physical ways trauma manifests in the body. She details her experience with learning to love herself again after being so disconnected, and shares thoughtful, grounding questions you can use to help heal your own trauma. We know you’ll be touched by her story, and the work she now does to make a difference in trauma survivors’ lives.   We also talk about: Sex education in the U.S. & abroad Media attention focused on attractiveness The role race plays in sentencing Tonic immobility & disassociation Brittany’s modes of healing Reintegration as a foundation of healing The healing curriculum Brittany is building for women Putting resources into those who are incarcerated Brittany’s female healing retreats   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: brittanypiper.com ; onthemendretreat.com Instagram: @thebrittpiper Books: The Body Remembers ; The Gifts of Imperfection   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones October 9th: NYC with Stewart Pearce   Sponsors: Chosen Foods | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off at chosenfoods.com/almost30 Dr. Roebucks | Visit drroebucks.com and use code ALMOST30 for 20% off Better Help | Visit betterhelp.com/almost30 for 10% off your first month. Third Love | Head to thirdlove.com/almost30 for 15% off! Silver Fern | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off your first order at silverfernbrand.com Further Food | Use code ALMOST30 for 30% off your purchase at shop.furtherfood.com/discount/ALMOST30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 13, 2019
In this week’s bonus episode, we interview financial expert and the author of Rich Bitch, Boss Bitch, and Becoming Super Woman, Nicole Lapin! From starting her first job at fifteen, to becoming a CNN anchor at twenty-one…her story of personal and career growth is powerful—you can’t help but admire this inspiring woman.   From this conversation, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of financial wellness and creating goals. Nicole stresses the need to change your mindset around finances from deprivation to a place of aspiration. We talk about imposter syndrome, being of service to build a network, and Nicole shares tips for individuals starting a business. By the end, you’ll have expanded your awareness on moving from burnout to balance in your personal and work life.   We also talk about: The #1 sign you have burnout Nicole’s experience with imposter syndrome Work relationships and peer mentors Creating a spending plan Opening the dialogue around money Slowing down & prioritizing yourself Nicole’s hobbies & her form of meditation   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: nicolelapin.com Books: Rich Bitch ; Boss Bitch ; Becoming Super Woman   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 12, 2019
Get ready to talk all things reiki, quantum healing, ascension, and aliens with the founder of Santa Monica Healing, April Pfender! April is a Reiki master teacher, meditation instructor, and author of Chakra Balance and Essential Chakra Meditation. She specializes in quantum healing practices, using plant medicine for healing, and holds sacred workshops and retreats.   April is Krista’s personal reiki teacher, so Krista shares her experience with training and shifting her energy. We dive into quantum crystal bed technology for chakra alignment and using specific energy waves for healing. April reveals how we have moved into the time of light, which explains the increase in people waking up to their own truth. We discuss everything you want to know about aliens, connecting with light beings, and understanding star systems. This is a conversation you don’t want to miss!   We also talk about: Reiki attunement & the 12 chakras Being in the age of Aquarius Bashar Channeled by Darryl Anka Interplanetary and interdimensional travelers The galactic channel & star systems How the planet is healing Our connection with ancient cultures Navigating skepticism around reiki & aliens Plant medicine & our consciousness   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: santamonicahealing.com Instagram: @santamonicahealing Books: Chakra Balance ; Essential Chakra Meditation   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off Kopari Beauty | Visit www.koparibeauty.com/almost30 for 20% off Athletic Greens | Get 20 travel packs FREE ($79 value) with your first purchase at www.athleticgreens.com/almost30 Honey | Join Honey for FREE at joinhoney.com/almost30 Modern Fertility | www.modernfertility.com/almost30 for $20 off a purchase Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 10, 2019
Are you looking to live a greener, nontoxic life? Then today’s episode is for you! We are joined by Kelly Love to discuss all things clean living. Due to serious health issues stemming from the toxins in food and cleaners, Kelly and her co-founders created Branch Basics—plant and mineral based, nontoxic cleaning products safe for the whole family.   In our conversation, Kelly explains the health implications of using conventional cleaning products, and the pollution it creates in our homes. Reading labels and ingredients is critical due to the lack of regulation and safety testing in the United States. Kelly educates us on what to avoid, and provides resources to make understanding ingredients easier, like using EWG and Think Dirty. She provides simple solutions, so you can begin cleaning out your home today!   We also talk about: How to dispose of toxic products Difference between unscented vs. fragrance How not all ‘green’ products are safe Ingredients in Branch Basics products Looking out for toxic chemicals in furniture & paper products Using the sun to help remove toxicity Books L&K are reading   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: branchbasics.com/ (use code ALMOST30) Instagram: @branchbasics Home Cleanse Guide: branchbasics.com/home-cleanse   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Sophia Bush Podcast 'Work in Progress' Instacart | Visit instacart.com or download the Instacart app and use code ALMOST30 at checkout for $10 off your first order HUM Nutrition | Use code ALMOST30NATION for 15% off at humnutrition.com Dr. Roebucks | Visit sephora.com and search for Dr. Roebucks Four Sigmatic | Use code ALMOST30 for 15% off your order at foursigmatic.com/almost30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 6, 2019
Today’s special, Friday treat is from our summer series at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival! Joining us for this live recording is Lauren Ash, the founder and executive director of the culture shifting, lifestyle brand, Black Girl in Om. As a yoga and meditation guide, Lauren has made an incredible impact in the wellness space with creating diversity and intentional sisterhood with other women of color.   In our conversation, Lauren shares how she found yoga and was called to create the global community of Black Girl in Om. We dive into the power of rejuvenation and rest, and the importance of giving to yourself so you can give to others. Lauren also paints for us the vulnerable picture of the work she’s done to feel deserving of unconditional love and support.   We also talk about: The lack of diversity in mainstream wellness Creating allyship for change  Awareness of self for preventative self-care Learning to receive Becoming clear on your values to attract more of that to you What Lauren’s looking forward to in 2020 Owning and honoring your emotions   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Instagram: @blackgirlinom   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 5, 2019
Today we are talking all things essential oils with the CEO of Vitruvi, Sara Panton! Vitruvi started as a passion project by Sara and her brother after Sara decided to leave medical school. They committed to many late nights while working multiple jobs. By combining Sara’s background in medical anthropology, her love for the science of scent, and her brother’s entrepreneurial skills, they’ve developed a line to complement your daily rituals. Sara shares the advice she’d give to someone pursuing their passion while still in their career.   In our conversation, Sara explains the science behind scent and our limbic system, and why smells can trigger memories. She dives deep into the history of essential oils, how they are created, and why they have such a positive effect on our emotions and immune system. And of course, we had to ask… which oils are best for blemish spot treatments, high stress, and what’s the sexiest scent!   We also talk about: Face tools for skin beauty Products to use for cystic acne Carrier oils vs. essential oils How Sara cares for herself as an entrepreneur Why Vitruvi doesn’t promote ingestion of E.O. How to be safe while using oils What L&K eat in a day   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: vitruvi.com Instagram: @vitruvi   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Vitruvi | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at vitruvi.com and vitruvi.ca GoMacro Bars | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at gomacro.com Further Food | Use code ALMOST30 for 30% off your purchase at shop.furtherfood.com/discount/ALMOST30 BarkBox | Get 1 FREE MONTH when you subscribe to a 6 or 12 month plan barkbox.com/almost30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
September 3, 2019
Are you looking to connect with people through dating, making new friends, or networking? Today we are joined by former Chief Brand Officer of Bumble, Alex Williamson, to discuss what makes Bumble different from other social and dating apps. As a company, they value kindness and respect, and empower women to make the first move.   Alex describes how Bumble ensures that their users have a positive experience and feel safe. For example, they are taking steps to criminalize the sending of lewd pictures. She gives tips for creating a profile, like avoiding group pictures, and the importance of showcasing who you are to avoid heartache. We love and appreciate how Alex really dives into the issues with online dating, outdated gender norms, and how you can find true connection (friendships and relationships!) through the use of Bumble.   We also talk about: Feeling empowered in relationships Advice to avoid abuse from dating apps Respectful & compassionate dating Bumble BFF & Bizz Favorite stories from couples who have met on bumble Establishing a strong brand voice   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: bumble.com Instagram: @williamson   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Athletic Greens | Get 20 travel packs FREE ($79 value) with your first purchase at www.athleticgreens.com/almost30 Dr. Roebucks | Visit sephora.com and search for Dr. Roebucks Buffy | Go to www.buffy.co use code ALMOST30 for $20 off Chosen Foods | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off at chosenfoods.com/almost30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 30, 2019
Today’s episode is a live recording from our summer series at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival! We interview former dancer turned Hollywood fitness expert, Simone De La Rue. Simone is the creator of Body by Simone, an at-home or in-studio fitness method derived from dance. It’s all about safeguarding against injury, avoiding boredom, and boosting body acceptance and love.   Simone is passionate about cultivating an environment of inclusivity, and using her platform on social media in a positive way. As a new mom, she shares how it’s taught her to balance her career ambition with family life, and learning to surrender to others’ help. Our conversation also dives into body love (especially after pregnancy), the healing aspects of dance, and balancing exercise with rest.   We also talk about: Breaking free from identities Being a mom & career woman Overcoming postpartum depression Connection between the emotional & physical Simone’s favorite part of her self-care Listening to your body for your nutrition   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: bodybysimone.com Instagram: @bodybysimone   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 29, 2019
Today we are talking all things crystals, tarot, and feng shui readings with the founder of Style Rituals and author of Crystal Rx, Colleen McCann. From cleansing a negative work environment, to tapping into intuition, to cultivating self love and body confidence… there’s a crystal for that!   Colleen does an incredible job at making this information on crystals and tarot relatable and digestible. Our conversation explores feng shui readings for your home, and the energetics of the corners of our spaces, including the grids Colleen created for each of us. She shares her best tips and tricks for using pendulums, using herbs and feathers, and rituals around the elements of fire and water.   Whether you’re a novice or an expert in all things woo-woo, this podcast is for you!   We also talk about: Takeaways from L+K’s feng shui readings Creating self-care that’s sustainable Focusing on the value you provide New moons, full moons, and planetary shifts Natural vs. fake citrine Importance of creating altars Colleen’s favorite tarot decks Having gratitude for the lessons in relationships How to use pendulums, herbs, and feathers   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: stylerituals.com Instagram: @style_rituals Book: Crystal Rx   Upcoming Events: September 12th: Los Angeles with Nicole Lapin September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off Lola | Use code ALMOST30 for 40% off all subscriptions at mylola.com Kopari Beauty | Visit www.koparibeauty.com/almost30 for 20% off Four Sigmatic | Use code ALMOST30 for 15% off your order at foursigmatic.com/almost30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 27, 2019
Today we are sitting down with the founder and CEO of Girlboss, Sophia Amoruso. After building the fashion brand Nasty Girl, Sophia went on to write #GIRLBOSS, and create a professional network, of the same name, for ambitious women! Our conversation explores bringing the feminine into business, and Sophia’s experience as a highly successful and impactful entrepreneur. She shares with us ways she stays grounded and nourishes herself,  like cooking and therapy. Sophia opens up about her fear of failure and the drive it provides her, along with what she is building now through her powerful platform, Girlboss, for women.   We also talk about: Masculine/feminine energy Personal & professional changes for Sophia Facilitating relationships and learning Knowing the company you keep Staying true to yourself & your values   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: girlboss.com Book: #GIRLBOSS   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off Chosen Foods | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off at chosenfoods.com/almost30 Dr. Roebucks | Visit sephora.com and search for Dr. Roebucks Modern Fertility | www.modernfertility.com/almost30 for $20 off a purchase Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 23, 2019
In today’s live recording, we are joined by motivational coach, speaker, and world-renowned cycle instructor, Angela Manuel-Davis! In this short interview, Angela shares so many nuggets of wisdom on worthiness, breaking limiting beliefs, and not attaching yourself to an identity. In discovering our gifts, she encourages us to think back to childhood, and the things that inspired and brought us joy.   As a coach, Angela teaches from a place of heart and intention, and shares how her father played an instrumental role in developing that style. She emphasizes the importance of surrounding yourself with people who support and believe in you. By the end of this episode, you’ll be inspired to protect your energy by saying ‘no’ more often, and be encouraged to focus on the good in others, and yourself.   We also talk about: Taking ownership of your worth Living with gratitude Attaching to your soul vs. your title Recognizing & working through limiting beliefs Importance of saying ‘no’ Angela’s self-care routine Changing your perspective   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Instagram: @angelamanueldavis Learn more: amdiomethod.com   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 22, 2019
Today we are sharing our interview from Julie Solomon’s, The Influencer Podcast! Julie is so dedicated to her craft, and being interviewed by her truly brought out parts of us that we can’t wait to share with you. Our conversation dives into the vital role both our feminine and masculine energy plays in business and life. We talk about leading with our hearts, and how being too brain-centered keeps us from connecting to source and our inner voice.   You’ll gain insight into our journey with creating Almost 30, tips for growing a podcast, and the importance of not being attached to outcomes. We share how our amazing community has helped us fine-tune our mission and values! From our conversation, we hope you gain value and insight, because we are so committed to doing things differently in the space of podcasting, being the best leaders for our team, and making a positive impact on our listeners and community.   We also talk about: Advice L&K would give to 20 year old selves Why it’s difficult to stay heart-centered Being loyal to a pattern of thinking Rituals for moving into your feminine Having gratitude for the masculine Cultivating the A30 community How L&K stay intentional with their brand/sponsors/guests Biggest obstacle at creating a podcast strategy Misconceptions about podcasting What L&K have learned since turning 30 What ‘influence’ means to L&K   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Visit Julie’s website: juliesolomon.net Julie’s Podcast: The Influencer Podcast L&K’s Instagrams: @lindseysimcik ; @hundredblog Learn more: yourpodcastpro.com Checkout approvednotapproved.com   Upcoming Events: September 12th: Los Angeles with Nicole Lapin September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Calm | Get 25% off a Calm premium subscription at www.calm.com/almost30  Modern Fertility | www.modernfertility.com/almost30 for $20 off a purchase Ancient Nutrition | Visit ancientnutrition.com and use code ALMOST20 for 20% off Kopari Beauty | Visit www.koparibeauty.com/almost30 for 20% off Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 20, 2019
Today we are sitting down with skin therapist and co-founder of Dermalogica, Jane Wurwand! At the age of 24, Jane, an immigrant from the United Kingdom, recognized the lack of training in continuing skin therapy education in the United States. This led her to open the highly regarded International Dermal Institute, which today has 37 locations worldwide. Dermalogica was born alongside IDM to provide quality skin care that was effective and free of irritants. It is now the #1 professional skin care brand in the world.   Our conversation with Jane is motivating and inspirational, regardless of whether or not you’re a female entrepreneur. Her wisdom as it relates to trusting your inner truth and never doubting or shrinking yourself is GOLD. Jane shares her knowledge on creating a company culture, the importance of knowing your values, and building a community around your brand. Her passion and devotion for changing the conversation around labels and the idea of beauty is so refreshing. Jane also gives recommendations and tips for taking care of your skin. You don’t want to miss it!   We also talk about: Trampoline model vs. ladder climbing in business What Jane looks for in an entrepreneur Having an aligned value system with your business parter Importance of kindness in leadership Building a love mark around your brand Using professional and retail products for acne Jane’s philanthropy - FOUND/LA Our relationships with our phones Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: dermalogica.com (Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off) Listen: Rich Roll + Cal Newport on Digital Minimalism   Upcoming Events: September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe October 3rd: NYC with Nikki Glaser October 4th: NYC with Erin Claire Jones   Sponsors: Vitruvi | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off products on vitruvi.com and vitruvi.ca  Honey | Join Honey for instant online savings at joinhoney.com/almost30 Dr. Roebucks | Visit sephora.com and search for Dr. Roebucks Chosen Foods | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off at chosenfoods.com/almost30 Daily Harvest | Use code ALMOST30 for 3 FREE Cups in your first box at www.daily-harvest.com Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 15, 2019
Today we’re getting up close and personal with Krista and her boyfriend, the famous ‘penny”, Justin Hall! This episode is a special one as they talk about their 6 year relationship, how they make it work, and what they’ve learned along their journey. You’ll learn all about their silliness and quirks, from Justin’s obsession with baby goats to Krista’s mind control tactics. Their conversation gets intimate and deep as they answer thought-provoking questions from the amazing ladies of Almost 30 Nation. Let’s go!   We also talk about: Ground rules for their “2 events” agreement How Justin’s relationship with his dad will influence his parenting style Justin’s view of Krista’s growth on her journey How they met & built their long-distance relationship Krista & Justin’s wellness habits When Justin knew he was in love with Krista Their similarities and differences Fear of missing out on other people   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Krista’s Instagram: @hundredblog Ambassador Program: almost30podcast.com/ambassador   Upcoming Events: September 12th: Los Angeles with Nicole Lapin September 17th: Chicago with Millana Snow September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe   Sponsors: HUM Nutrition | Use code ALMOST30NATION for 15% off at humnutrition.com Phlur | Visit phlur.com/almost30 for 20% off first custom Phlur sample set Silver Fern | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off your first order at silverfernbrand.com Honeybook | Use code ALMOST30 for 50% off the first year of Honeybook at honeybook.com Further Food | Use code ALMOST30 for 30% off your purchase at shop.furtherfood.com/discount/ALMOST30 Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
August 13, 2019
Today we are sitting down with Certified Life and Relationship Coach, author and speaker, Stephan Speaks! If you’re looking for insight into the male brain, tips for dating, and keys for self-growth and healing, this conversation is for you. Stephan sheds light on not only knowing where to meet someone, but when to enter a relationship and if it’s the right time to have sex. We dive into the ‘why’ behind cheating and two important steps to healing from infidelity. Stephan is all about women stepping into their feminine energy, and shares wisdom on how to embrace it. From our fun and eye-opening conversation, you’ll gain knowledge and inspiration on finding, giving, and receiving love—not only from others, but from yourself.   We also talk about: Choosing a plant-based diet Self-healing’s role in relationships Having honest & transparent conversations around sex The emotional component of sex Intimacy & Sex: social construct or how we are wired? Top 2 ‘why’s’ of cheating The power of color in embracing your feminine   Find more to love at almost30podcast.com!   Resources: Learn more: stephanspeaks.com YouTube: Stephan Speaks Instagram: @stephanspeaks Twitter: @stephanspeaks   Upcoming Events: September 12th: Los Angeles with Nicole Lapin September 17th: Chicago with Millana Snow September 18th: Nashville with Julie Solomon September 19th: Nashville with Dr. Josh Axe   Sponsors: Instacart | Visit instacart.com or download the Instacart app and use code ALMOST30 at checkout for $10 off your first order Skinny Dipped | Use code ALMOST30 for 20% off at skinnydipped.com Felix Gray | Visit felixgrayglasses.com/almost30 for free shipping and 30 days of risk-free returns Dr. Roebucks | Visit sephora.com and search for Dr. Roebucks Almost 30 is edited by Crate Media
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