Almost 30

By Krista Williams & Lindsey Simcik

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Welcome to Almost 30 — a supportive space to fuel your conscious evolution. Join us, LA-based best friends Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik, for heart-centered, hilarious conversations and real, raw, impactful interviews with brilliant guests. We dive deep into topics like modern spirituality to health and wellness, aliens to entrepreneurship, social justice, and self development.  With every episode, our mission is to empower you, expand what you think is possible and,  make you laugh - a lot. We are honest, open, and above all, human. We are committed to learning right alongside you in real time so we can all find growth in every moment together.  With millions of listeners around the world, Almost 30 has grown from a pioneering leader in the podcast space to a highly engaged global community. #Almost30Nation is full of purposeful dreamers who are curious, passionate, and constantly seeking growth in every aspect of our lives.  Join us for new episodes every Tuesday + Thursday!

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Ep. 380 - Ayurvedic Healing for Grief + Anxiety with Gunny Sodhi
01:18:26

THE INTERVIEW

This interview with Gunny Sodhi is the perfect thing to set off your ayurvedic Thanksgiving! Gunny has so much wisdom to offer when it comes to taking care of yourself from a natural, holistic perspective. The way he talks about how he’s managed to heal himself naturally through anxiety and trauma is incredibly powerful. K + L have talked ayurveda before, but there’s something beautiful about bringing in this personal story of moving through loss, and it’s sure to offer you so many lifestyle and nutrition changes you can adapt to your own life to feel so, so much better.

 

We also talk about:

  • Growing up steeped in ayurveda
  • How Gunny used ayurveda to heal after a tragic accident
  • The specific structures that helped him
  • The lifestyle changes you can make to service a thriving microbiome
  • The eight branches of ayurveda
  • How children can practice ayurveda
  • Herbs to aid your immunity
  • Oil pulling—should you do it?

 

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Nov 26, 2020
Ep. 379 - Alok Vaid Menon: Self-Expression is The Medicine
01:25:26

THE INTERVIEW

K+L originally spoke to Alok Vaid Menon about two years ago — or, in 2020 terms, a lifetime ago — and it continues to be a relevant and important conversation for us to share. There are few people who have had such a lasting impact, not just from the show but from life. K+L left this conversation feeling more human, more connected, more aware of how they affect others: exactly what our world desperately needs more of right now. Alok also recently released a book, “Beyond the Gender Binary,” which shows that gender is a malleable and creative form of expression only limited by your creativity. So, to celebrate the book and this beautiful, powerful, kind, and heart-centered soul, we wanted to share the conversation again.

 

We also talk about:

  • The ins and outs of your passion being your business
  • Growing up (emotionally repressed) in a small Texas town
  • Southern “politeness”
  • Balancing being a strong example for others + being a complex, flawed human
  • Why it hurts when we turn someone into a metaphor and a symbol
  • Visibility does not mean safety for women and trans people
  • Where Alok developed their emotional vocabulary
  • Gender + shame
  • Learning not to fear their own gender nonconformity
  • The psychology of fascism
  • Why Alok is frustrated by the individualism of self-care
  • The people who bully us want to be us
  • Aesthetics as political resistance
  • Violence against gender non-conforming individuals has escalated over the past few years
  • What we can all do, every day, to challenge the current paradigm

 

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Nov 24, 2020
Ep. 378 - Synergistic Foods + An Inside Look at the Supplement Industry with GEM Founder Sara Cullen
01:08:47

THE INTERVIEW

Did you know that we are spending more than EVER on supplements, but we aren’t statistically healthier?

Many of us have been taking supplements for years without realizing all the additives that go into them, such as binders and fillers made from sheep's wool, corn, soy and other less desirable ingredients.We’re finding out that what we’re taking to improve our internal harmony may not be as helpful as we’ve been told. This conversation with Sara Cullen, the founder of GEM (get 20% off with code ALMOST30), brings to light some of the things that we should be considering when shopping for supplements, as well as the benefits of GEM: “anti-vitamin” alternative made with real food.. She also goes into the synergistic effects of food and how some foods work together to create greater bioavailability of nutrients, the importance of Vitamin D, why algae is the new trend in nutrition, and her story of starting a company with some great advice for any budding entrepreneurs.

 

We also talk about:

  • The early days of GEM and the inspiration behind it
  • Finding out what’s in the vitamins and minerals you’re taking
  • Reducing the amount of filler in our diets
  • The regulation loopholes of the supplement industry
  • Learning from the mistakes of your first company
  • Using algae for nutrition
  • The effectiveness of food synergy
  • Advice for early stage entrepreneurs

 

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Nov 19, 2020
Ep. 377 - Master Your Mind-Body Alignment While at Home with Aaron Alexander
02:03:30

THE INTERVIEW

Alignment is the goal - in mind, body and spirit. Being in alignment affects not only our physical body but our emotions, our mental state, our relationships — truly everything. There’s never been a better time to get into alignment, and Aaron Alexander, manual therapist and movement coach and creator of The Align Method, is here to help us work through a more holistic lifestyle. We talk about mobility, mental health, social health, and how it’s all interconnected. Plus, he gives us some hacks for dealing with the detrimental effects of quarantine, and we could all use a few more of those.

 

We also talk about:

  • The Ram Dass documentary on Netflix
  • Taking time to be more introspective and determining your impact
  • Operating in the world in a way that’s open to give and receive
  • Making connections with people
  • How to be more aligned when you’re stuck at home
  • The consequences of a lack of facial communication
  • Calming your nervous system
  • The phone biomechanisms
  • The benefits of breathing through the nose
  • The ideal work from home setup
  • The hardest parts of the last few months

 

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Nov 17, 2020
Ep. 376 - Ask Us Anything with K+L: Drinking in Moderation, Jealousy + Intuition
45:08

THE SOLO

Almost 30 Nation asks the BEST questions. Community is a big part of what keeps K+L inspired, and that makes answering your questions so much fun. We dive into topics ranging from dealing with jealousy in a relationship to preferred toppings for sourdough bread, sober curiosity, style icons, and more.

 

We also talk about:

  • Favorite sourdough bread toppings
  • Dealing with jealousy in a relationship
  • Our style icons
  • Favorite parts of being a woman
  • Drinking in moderation
  • Intuitive insights and downloads

 

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Nov 12, 2020
Ep. 375 - Lucid Dreaming for Healing with Charlie Morley
01:29:07

THE INTERVIEW

We’ve been having some wild and crazy experiences in 2020, and a lot of that is extending into our dreams. Charlie Morley is a lucid dreaming teacher, and he helps people face their deep shadow work while they sleep. We talk about sex dreams, the importance of nightmares, what certain dreams mean, how to heal through lucid dreaming, and why we’re going to have some crazy dreams in 2020 during Saturn Return. Everyone dreams, whether they remember it or not, and Charlie gives us some really practical tips on taking advantage of our sleeping hours to process emotions, practice skills, and integrate trauma. This interview is so powerful, you’ll honestly believe you’re in a dream!

 

We also talk about:

  • How dreams help us understand ourselves
  • The connection between brain and body and how that translates into our dreams
  • How to practice lucid dreaming
  • Improving your skills during a lucid dream
  • The importance of recalling your dreams
  • Eating foods and supplements that support dreaming
  • Dreams for addressing addiction and trauma
  • Recognizing your shadow self
  • How shadows manifest

 

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Nov 10, 2020
Ep. 374- A Solo Trip Will Change Your Life
01:14:52

When Lindsey was single, she started taking solo trips. It’s one of those things she always gets questions about: What do you recommend? How do you not freak out? How do you manage anxiety or loneliness? Being alone is a chance to come back to center and recognize your own energy, and by doing something active and engaging alone, without having to juggle others’ expectations, it can be a great opportunity to tune into your own wants, needs, and desires.

She goes into the purpose of solo trips, things that might come up, the feelings around anticipation, managing excitement and anxiety, and maximizing the opportunities found in taking a trip like this. Solo trips are an incredible way to heal your soul.

 

We also talk about:

  • Why it’s important to be thinking about this now, during this time of year
  • Why Lindsey started taking solo trips
  • Planning your solo trip
  • Spending on what’s important to you
  • Creating a mood board
  • Taking safety precautions
  • Finding a balance of routine and freedom
  • Five things Lindsey loves to do on her trips

 

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Nov 05, 2020
Ep. 373 - Sex Work in America: Everything You Want to Know
01:29:54

THE INTERVIEW

Sex work has a stigma... Notice:  how do you feel when you hear the title “Sex Worker”?  What assumptions do you make?  K + L want to give sex work the conversation it deserves.  Alice Little joins the girls for an intimate, enlightening, and empowering conversation about her career in sex work. She answers literally any question you’d ever want to ask a sex worker and she does not hold back. There’s something about what she does that is incredibly healing and therapeutic. There’s so much shame around expressing yourself sexually and through your body, but this conversation with Alice is educational and dynamic, which we hope will clear up the confusion about what the sex industry is all about.

 

We also talk about:

  • The stigma around sex work
  • Misconceptions are sex workers
  • The current legality of sex work in the United States
  • The way the internet is changing the field
  • Getting “the girlfriend experience”
  • Where it can be empowering and disempowering
  • Feeling good in your skin
  • Taking care of yourself
  • How people develop fetishes
  • The place for porn stars

 

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Nov 03, 2020
Ep. 372 - Healing The Mother Wound
01:15:51

THE SOLO

No matter how wonderful our mothers are, we all carry trauma from our early childhood related to them. Krista has been on a long healing journey to recover from the abandonment issues, insecurity, codependency, and narcissism that’s followed her from that relationship. And when you’re thinking about starting a family—there’s no way you want your kids treating you the way you treated your mom. Not happening. This is for all the people that felt ashamed when they didn’t have that beautiful, nurturing relationship with their mom. If you’re struggling in life to overcome the baggage created by your parents, take what you can from Krista’s own work of healing, moving on, and reforging a new relationship with her mother.

 

We also talk about:

  • Doing the work to heal the mother wound
  • The issues formed through Krista’s childhood
  • The coping mechanisms for that trauma
  • Letting go of your past relationship
  • Releasing expectations
  • Showing up in your relationship
  • Leaning into the sister relationship
  • Being conscious of the messages we pass to our daughters
  • Looking at our damage

 

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Oct 29, 2020
Ep. 371 - Radhi Devlukia-Shetty on Ayurveda, Plant Based Living, + The Power of Mantras
01:25:01

THE INTERVIEW

Radhi Devlukia-Shetty is absolutely as kind and beautiful in person as she seems on Instagram. Truly - she even brought us the most delicious vegan brownies. Her online platform is full of ayurvedic knowledge, positivity, delicious plant-based recipes, and a level of mindfulness and consciousness that’s insanely inspiring. She has a beautiful, divinely feminine creative energy that is infectious and a joy to be around. In this energizing, insightful episode, we talk about Ayurveda, romantic relationships and female friendships, finding purpose, and what to do when you’re in a rut. We really appreciate her sharing her light AND vulnerability, and can’t wait for you to hear it for yourself!

 

We also talk about:

 

  • Close relationships with family
  • Getting in touch with your partners’ love languages
  • Balancing out your partner
  • Ayurveda as a relationship tool
  • Being multi-talented and finding what to focus on
  • The power of mantras
  • Learning the benefits of spices and herbs
  • How ayurveda supports health
  • Cultivating female relationships
  • Finding mentors through books

 

 

 

 

 

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Oct 27, 2020
Ep. 370 - Immunity + Your Microbiome with Seed Founder Ara Katz
01:05:08

THE INTERVIEW

This year, one of the most important topics to discuss is immune health. We have to begin understanding our body better, understanding our microbiome, and learning what we can do to improve our immunity and brain function through the microbiome. So K+L sat down with Ara Katz, co-founder of Seed, who is totally redefining how the supplement industry is educating consumers on what they put into their bodies.

 

We also talk about:

  • How the microbiome correlates to immunity
  • The tradeoffs involved in sanitation
  • What prevents people from having a healthy microbiome
  • What to eat to support your gut microbiome
  • How sugar affects your microbiome
  • Respecting the planet as much as our bodies

 

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Oct 22, 2020
Ep. 369 - Danielle LaPorte: Death, Christ Consciousness, + Saving The Children
01:15:20

THE INTERVIEW

Danielle LaPorte’s books “Desire Map” and “White Hot Truth” were game changers for K+L when they first moved to LA, and they’ve followed her teachings ever since. They *go there* in this interview. We’re talking about Christ consciousness, the spiritual warfare happening in the world today, saving the children, atonement, leadership, finding peace in unstable times, living a reflective life, and so much more. She’s leaning out her spiritual menu and dropping what isn’t moving her along. She’s trying to feel her own suffering instead of distracting from it, like so many of us do. It’s pure medicine for the soul.

 

We also talk about:

  • Maintaining peace through all the chaos of the world
  • Our collective relationship with death
  • The importance of forgiveness
  • The distinction between Jesus and Christ
  • Looking for a relationship with God
  • Stepping into a new age
  • “Save the Children” 
  • Getting rid of what we don’t need
  • Understanding true leadership

 

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Oct 20, 2020
Ep. 368 - The Natural Path: Beauty, Oral Care + Yoni Health with Nadine Artemis
01:19:29

THE INTERVIEW

Nadine Artemis knows there’s a better, more natural path to overall wellness than the standards our society has shown us. She’s helping us break through old standards of health and caring for our bodies that aren’t working and making way for more natural, effective solutions. She’s the founder of Living Libations, a hugely popular organic beauty product company. Everything they offer is totally natural, and they have an impressive range of products. Nadine wrote "Holistic Dental Care" in 2013 and she goes into the effects everything we put into our mouth have on the microbiome of the mouth and our system. If we can get our oral and dental care natural, we are on our way. She also talks about being in the sun and how important that is to our health as a natural way to heal us and improve our mood and immunity. She’s incredibly knowledgeable, and in her new book, “Renegade Beauty,” she breaks down everything you need to know about clean beauty. Can she be our second mom?

 

We also talk about:

 

  • The importance of sun exposure + skin care
  • Our spiritual connection to the sun
  • What we can do to drink clean water
  • Getting off birth control naturally
  • The yoni microbiome
  • The case for going braless
  • Ingredients to look out for in natural deodorant
  • The truths about dental hygiene
  • The evolution of the beauty industry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oct 15, 2020
Ep. 367 - Shadow Integration + Manifestation with Lacy Phillips
01:29:38

THE INTERVIEW

Lacy Phillips is a pioneer. She’s someone who K + L have grown with over the years, and who has undergone a lot of growth herself. She’s always so excited about what she’s working on next within herself, and as a teacher, it’s so refreshing to see someone who is also doing the work. We go deep into things like shadow work, lack mentality, subconscious reprogramming with yourself and in relationships, building your trust muscle, and her business, To Be Magnetic.

 

We also talk about:

  • Running from uncomfortable emotions
  • Attachment styles
  • Flower essences
  • Examples of how to use the Imago Dialogue technique
  • When your partner is resistant to reprogramming work
  • Recurring dreams
  • Christian science

 

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Oct 13, 2020
Ep. 366 - Healing Through Sound + Mantra with Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary
01:21:58

THE INTERVIEW

Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary is an integrative neurologist, a neuroscientist, and the author of “Sound Medicine: How to Use the Ancient Science of Sound to Heal the Body and Mind.” She is currently working in India, integrating the use of sound medicine into the treatment of chronic disease and studying how ancient mantras affect people. Both K + L have had amazingly transformative experiences with sound healing, from ancient practices like sound baths to modern biohacks like binaural beats. But what makes sound and mantra so exciting and special is that they are such accessible transformational tools. We are all electric beings, affected by vibration and sound, and we can heal through the use of sound. This is so important for anyone who is looking for new ways to de-stress and heal right now.

 

We also talk about:

 

  • The positive and negative effects of sound

 

  • The history of sound
  • Humans as giant sound connectors

 

  • The sounds we should be aware of that affect our health

 

  • Using mantras for your everyday
  • How sound will bring up emotions

 

  • Sound baths and healing frequencies

 

  • Building and using an altar

 

  • Sounds to help your energy, your sleep, your focus

 

 

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Oct 08, 2020
Ep. 365 - Human Design + Healing Your Relationship with Money with Jas the Moon Mother
01:49:05

THE INTERVIEW

Jas the Moon Mother recently entered our orbit and has already been a grounding force in elevating our understanding of our purpose.  Jas is a human design guide and energy healer who is passionate about awakening your soul’s purpose and self-sovereignty. She’s always been years ahead of the crowd, but because of that she never really felt like part of the crowd. When she experienced her spiritual awakening, she realized how connected all life on earth is and how much we impact each other, which led to the realization that we are all part of the same source—we are all God. In this enlightening conversation, the girls talk about human design, Jas’ calling, spirituality in general, God, Christ consciousness, transformation, and our broken views about money. 

 

We also talk about:

  • Being ahead of your time
  • Healing your relationship with money
  • How what we do affects people’s lives
  • Jas’ spiritual awakening
  • Zero-point manifestation
  • Applying human design in your life
  • Reprogramming your life for the life you want
  • The connection between human design and purpose

 

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Oct 06, 2020
Ep. 364 - Breathwork: The Mind Release + Soul Remembering with Samantha Skelly
01:33:14

THE INTERVIEW

One time Samantha Skelly showed up for her meditation class late, so she was offered a breathwork class instead. She was skeptical, but tried it out anyway. She thought it looked like an orgy, the energy healer leading the session told her that her brain was broken, and she bawled her eyes out… and she LOVED it. So she asked herself: how does the whole world not know we have the ability to feel this? Samantha and Lindsey dive into the life-changing experience of breathwork and how we can ALL tap into the healing available inside each and every one of us to release our minds and learn to feel again.  Lindsey found breathwork two years ago and was completely changed for the better by this practice.  In this episode, the girls share personal experiences and the soul shifting effects of this powerful healing modality.

 

We also talk about:

  • Finding breathwork
  • How emotions get caught in the body
  • The ways breathwork heals us (or allows us to heal ourselves)
  • Integrating breathwork into your everyday life
  • Getting started with breathwork
  • Vocal releasing during breathwork

 

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Oct 01, 2020
Ep. 363 - Gabby Bernstein: You Are The Guru
01:10:09

THE INTERVIEW

Gabby Bernstein certainly needs no introduction. She has this ability to be so present in her own life and share what’s happening in real-time while translating that into her new message and teaching, all with a no-BS attitude that you just have to love, and we are here for it. No matter what is going on around her or in the world, she’s found a way to anchor into her own truth and intuition, and she’s sharing how we all can do the same. As we see gurus fall from the pedestals we’ve put them on, it falls upon us to figure out what messages work and what messages don’t for ourselves. We dive into her new audiobook, “You Are The Guru,” how her relationship with eating has evolved, and the difference between surrendering and finding creative solutions. She also shares how compassion creates connection and why that is so important to foster during this time.

 

We also talk about:

  • How she’s feeling after postpartum depression
  • The choices we face during times of crisis
  • How to work through your excuses + find creative opportunities
  • Putting on the lens of love everyday
  • Why we can’t rely on gurus
  • How to separate yourself from your work and allow your message to live
  • How being a parent changes your intuition
  • Why “Judgement Detox” is so timely right now
  • Advice for starting a consciousness business and writing a book

 

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Sep 29, 2020
Ep. 362 - Ask Us Anything with K+L: God, Having Kids + The Masculine/Feminine
35:34

THE SOLO

The last time we did an “Ask Us Anything” episode it was SO much fun, so there just had to be a sequel! Your questions always rock, but Almost 30 Nation really brought it for this one. These go DEEP. We talk about religion, bringing preconceptions to the table, some of our favorite guests, and whether or not we see kids in our future. Let the questions rip!

 

We also talk about:

  • Balancing the masculine and feminine in business
  • Our belief in God
  • Our favorite guests
  • Whether we want kids or not

 

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Sep 24, 2020
Ep. 361 - Answering Questions of the Universe + Cosmic Identity with Elizabeth April
01:31:50

THE INTERVIEW

Get ready to enter the 5th Dimension! You all have been asking for more alien talk, and this episode delivers. This conversation with Elizabeth April is a light code. We talk about how we are hybrid beings, the different galactic families we could be a part of, why we’re here as human beings, ascension symptoms, and Elizabeth’s journey in recognizing her gifts. She’s an expert channeler and makes this all super real, down to earth, and easy to understand.

Come with an open mind, some of these beliefs are out there and a perspective we’re excited to explore with all of you through insightful, interesting conversations.

 

We also talk about:

  • When Elizabeth came into her abilities
  • Understanding the nature of our reality
  • Connecting with the Galactic Federation
  • The hybridization of humanity
  • Manifesting your life
  • Explaining the 5th Dimension
  • How to detach from the 3rd Dimension

 

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Sep 22, 2020
Ep. 360 - Quarantine Confessions with Sarah Merrill of BigKidProblems
01:04:39

THE SOLO

K + L are joined by Sarah Merril, the comedic mastermind behind BigKidProblems, to have some much-needed girl time. She knows that nobody really has it together and unapologetically points it out at any occasion — to hilarious results. We chat about why everyone’s leaving Los Angeles, how it feels moving to a new city for the first time (and how much easier it is the second time), jiving with your partner during quarantine, and why it’s so damn expensive just living in this world. This is a fun one.

 

We also talk about:

  • The LA exodus
  • The struggles of being in quarantine with your partner
  • The things we’re letting go
  • Pivoting your podcast
  • Wedding planning

 

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Sep 17, 2020
Ep. 359 - The Power of Airing Ugly Truths with Chinae Alexander
01:32:15

THE INTERVIEW

Chinae Alexander is the kind of person you just want to be friends with. She’s vulnerable about the process of improving herself and figuring shit out, but she owns who she is with  confidence. By showing the imperfect side of herself, it allows the people who follow her to see that they, too, can do the work AND be confident. Now, that’s an inspiring thing we don’t often see in the sometimes too-perfect-to-be-real world of Instagram influencers. She believes in showing up as the taste menu of yourself instead of the full ten-course meal — giving people enough of the real you to satisfy them and keep them full. In this thoughtful conversation, she dives into showing up as yourself online, finding a therapist who doesn’t freak you out, processing your emotions out loud, and handling anxiety in whatever way you can.

 

We also talk about:

  • Stepping in as a leader
  • Navigating the last few months
  • Processing emotions in public
  • Fully existing as yourself online
  • Dealing with anxiety
  • How coronavirus has given us more gratitude

 

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Sep 15, 2020
Ep. 358 - We Listened to Our First Episode: Here’s Our Reaction
43:58

THE SOLO

This podcast is a spirit of her own, and she’s been driving this ship for a while. After four years and over 350 episodes, K + L revisit their first-ever episode of Almost 30—and all the cringey moments that come along with it. When you start something, it is not going to be perfect. But when you keep showing up, you will get better and better. The glow up is REAL! Sit back with K + L, have a good laugh, and be glad that we all evolve… because nobody wants 358 episodes of THAT.

 

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  • The imperfect start
  • The journey of improvement
  • Our early episodes
  • How far we’ve come

 

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Sep 10, 2020
Ep. 357 - Jay Shetty on Spirituality, Leadership + Finding Your Purpose
01:27:32

THE INTERVIEW

Welcome to a highlight of our podcasting career: a conversation with Jay Shetty. Jay started this interview by saying “Let’s have a conversation I’ve never had before.”  And so we did. If you don’t already know and love Jay, he’s known for his viral social media videos where he teaches the principles he learned during his time as a monk. He’s now the host of the FIRE podcast, On Purpose, and author of the new book “Think Like A Monk,” and let us just say - he is everything you feel from him online and more. 😍 We don’t all have to be monks to adopt the same principles that allow them to lead lives of service and purpose. Jay shares the wisdom he gained from that time in his life and how we can bring the pillars of that lifestyle into our own lives for peace, groundedness, and connection. We dive into leadership, ego, creativity, and flow, as well as how you can stay inspired on the daily. We also go deep into his spirituality and connection to source, and it’s beautiful to hear his relationship with the universe in an easy-to-access way.

 

We also talk about:

  • Learning marketing and business in order to let your art see the world
  • Being in service of others
  • Living as a monk
  • Becoming more adaptable
  • Blocking creativity through structure
  • Jay’s relationship with Source
  • Finding your purpose
  • The real ego VS the false ego
  • Jay’s relationship with his wife

 

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Sep 08, 2020
Ep. 356 - Camila Coelho on Living with Epilepsy + Building a Fashion + Beauty Empire
01:17:09

THE INTERVIEW

Camila Coelho is an influencer, entrepreneur, and overall angel of a human! In today’s episode, she shares a side of her that you don’t see very often. When she moved to the U.S. from Brazil, she worked at a makeup counter. Now she runs her own clothing line, Camila Coelho Collection, and cosmetic brand, Elaluz. Talk about living the American Dream! But as she vulnerably shares with us, her life isn’t all Instagram inspo 24/7. Camila was diagnosed with epilepsy as a teen and just recently began to open up and talk about how it impacts her life. Camila also gets real + emotional about the difficulties of navigating a pregnancy while being epileptic. We already loved following her, but now are even more impressed by the woman, business leader, and style icon she is! We are so grateful to Camila for laying everything out there for us + we know her story is going to inspire you no matter what.

 

We also talk about:

  • What it feels like to fulfill her dreams
  • Maintaining trust in yourself
  • Supporting business + marriage while working together with her husband
  • Her experience with epilepsy
  • Navigating pregnancy while having epilepsy
  • The role of faith in Camila’s life
  • Her quarantine workout routine
  • Elaluz’ three pillars of business

 

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Sep 03, 2020
Ep. 355 - Gabby Reece Says Give Yourself a Break
01:23:11

THE INTERVIEW

Gabby Reece is iconic. She’s an athlete, a leader, an author, a wife, a mother, and an entrepreneur, and yet still so down-to-earth it’s kinda hard to believe. She popularized the idea of “going first” when interacting with other people: smile first, wave first, talk first, and break the tension without allowing awkwardness to grow between you. It’s a welcoming invitation to be present. She has such a liberating perspective on purpose, parenting, embracing the beauty and lessons in different phases of your life, and just being a good person on this planet. This is such an incredibly dynamic conversation from a true LEGEND that will hopefully encourage you to do things in your own way! 

 

We also talk about:

  • The power of going first + human connection
  • Horizontal vs Vertical relationships
  • Learning to know yourself outside of the “noise”
  • Embracing your masculinity as a female
  • Gabby’s spiritual journey
  • Raising girls in this current environment and social media society
  • Prioritizing movement throughout life
  • Her self-care routine
  • Productive confrontation in relationships
  • Articulating from love vs. reaction

 

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Sep 01, 2020
Ep. 354 - Boost Your Brain with Fredi Co-Founders Mitch + Chelsea Glaser
51:41

THE INTERVIEW

If you are thinking of starting your own business or side hustle, this conversation with the sibling founders of Fredi is made for you. Through listening to and having conversations with entrepreneurs, you begin to pull back the curtains to see what’s possible and how to make it happen; you begin to reveal a reality you never knew existed. In this conversation, brother + sister duo Mitch + Chelsea Glaser share the story of leaving behind their past to step into this massive change. They are honest and candid, and the sibling banter is just hilarious. Whether you’re starting a company or just starting something new, this interview will be realy, really valuable for you.

 

We also talk about:

  • What inspired them to start a nootropics brand
  • Developing a new iteration of an existing product
  • Finding the right formula for their product
  • Bringing a product to market
  • Being in it for the long game
  • Supporting each other as co-founders

 

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Aug 27, 2020
Ep. 353 - Mark Groves: Boundaries Are Love + Other No-BS Advice
01:35:32

THE INTERVIEW

Mark Groves has one of those stories that just makes you go WOW. He spent years working in the finance and pharmaceutical world in jobs that he hated, filling his life with relationships with people that didn’t serve him. So when he hit rock bottom, he used it as an opportunity to create a life of power, love, + purpose. Now, he’s a human connection specialist who gives no-BS advice. We talk about quarantine, being open to your partner’s truth, the psychology of Instagram models, men and women’s programming, how women often bear the emotional burden in their relationship, codependency, giving words to feelings, and the hottest damn thing anyone can do in a relationship. This message is so necessary right now - all we ask is that you are open. We’re sure there is a message for you in this conversation.

 

We also talk about:

  • Being fully present in your life
  • Allowing yourself to feel without being in constant pain
  • The importance of self-love
  • Being open to your partner’s truths
  • The socialization of men and women
  • Seeing through untruth
  • Codependency
  • Why men follow Instagram models
  • The sexiness of self-worth
  • Experiencing new things together

 

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Aug 25, 2020
Ep. 352 - Agent of Change: Reconnect to Your Heart with Märtha Louise
01:07:56

Märtha Louise is a clairvoyant, part of the Norwegian royal family, and the soulmate of past guest Shaman Durek. She’s an incredible lightworker, and it’s fascinating to see someone in her position in the world being so open about her gifts, sharing with the world that they can tap into those gifts as well—whether our intuition or our ability to connect with angels and spirits. In today’s episode, she talks about her relationship, the state of the world, and her daughters in a super candid, open conversation.

 

We also talk about:

  • Meeting her soulmate
  • The body + soul connection
  • Reshaping your personal world
  • Unpacking privilege
  • The relationship with the press and public
  • Dealing with grief
  • Learning from our children
  • Our guardian angels

 

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Aug 20, 2020
Ep. 351 - Shaman Durek on 2020, Past Lives + Healing the Collective
01:09:44

THE INTERVIEW

When it comes to today’s guest, K says it best: “Whenever I’m with Shaman Durek I feel like I’m rolling on ecstasy.” Some of our most profound and transformative conversations have been with Shaman Durek and we are so grateful for his presence in our life. As incredible and serious and powerful as this man is, he’s so in touch with his inner child.. In today’s episode, he talks about Atlantis, predictions for 2020, what’s going on in the world right now, his relationship and how releasing your inner child can be part of our collective healing. And you REALLY don’t want to miss the ending where Shaman Durek confesses what he loves about country music—complete with a knee-slapping sing-along. You’re going to *feel* this one.

 

We also talk about:

  • Giving yourself permission to shine
  • Learning to trust yourself for who you want to be
  • Getting in touch with the ET part of you
  • Remembering your past lives
  • The history of Atlantis
  • Viewing your ego as a protector
  • Why people are afraid of the synergy of masculinity and femininity
  • How to prepare for the future

 

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Aug 18, 2020
Ep. 350 - Lindsey + Sean on Growing Their Relationship Roots
01:24:48

THE INTERVIEW

You’ve heard Lindsey share details of her new relationship here and there, but today she and her boyfriend, Sean, are talking very openly and intimately about their relationship. They’ve mostly maintained a long-distance relationship, but for the past three months, they've been living together in LA. Just before Sean went home, they recorded this conversation in hopes that their growing pains, learnings, laughs, and promises within the relationship would inspire you to have deep conversations within your own — be it romantic or platonic.

 

They also talk about:

  • How Sean + Lindsey met 
  • Being yourself in a relationship
  • Becoming better as a couple
  • Learning to hold space for the truth
  • Projecting personal issues into the relationship
  • Being willing to engage even if you cannot fully understand
  • Learning how to use your voice
  • The role God plays in their relationship
  • Long-distance realness

 

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Aug 13, 2020
Ep. 349 - Baring It all with The Birds Papaya
01:13:30

THE INTERVIEW

Known as @thebirdspapaya on Instagram, Sarah Nicole Landry unpacks what it means to be out there in the world with confidence and love. Being super honest, open, and vulnerable with yourself is hard enough. Embodying that around other people is a whole different level of uncomfortable… but it’s such a transformative way to live your life!  It’s hard to slow down and think of the effect that having eyes on our social media all the time has had on our emotional and mental wellbeing—the spiral of comparison or self-doubt—but she puts it into such a clear perspective. She is still, like all of us, in process, and that’s part of what’s so beautiful about her and her story.

 

We also talk about:

  • Being honest about your growth and transformation instead of ashamed of your past
  • The shame of wrapping your value up in external circumstances
  • Hitting rock bottom and healing
  • Having your own opinions instead of being a sponge for everyone elses
  • Learning to heal in relationships and love
  • The difficulties of vulnerability

 

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Aug 11, 2020
Ep. 348 - Heal Yourself, Heal the World: Krista’s Reiki Journey
43:19

THE SOLO

Reiki is the universal life force energy that surrounds us—AKA the Divine, the Creator, Source Energy. Krista dives deep into her experiences going through reiki training as she walks through the attunement process. She’s had several healing, growing, spiritual + emotional experiences with reiki and the changes it has made have been PROFOUND. Everyone needs to know that this energy is available to us all. YOU are the creator of your own healing. Whether you want to be a healer or have personal mastery, there are so many uses for reiki and it can make a huge impact in your life.

 

We also talk about:

  • The Law of One as it relates to reiki
  • What reiki is
  • How Krista was first introduced to reiki
  • The ways reiki has changed her life
  • The reiki learning process
  • Approaching the craft as respectfully as possible
  • The levels of attunement

 

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Aug 06, 2020
Ep. 347 - Cultivate Your Power with Tiff McFierce
01:14:57

THE INTERVIEW

First, please follow @tiffmcfierce on Instagram immediately!  She is a feel-good, inspiring follow who will fill your feed with good music and empowering messages. She is the first Black woman resident DJ in the NBA, and she has been DJing across Instagram all throughout quarantine, bringing love and joy and positivity to the internet. She’s also an #AerieREAL role model and just an all-around badass babe, supporting women and infusing people with confidence wherever she goes. She is the founder of Look In vs Lookin, a wellness experience brand that uses music, movement and meditation to support sharing your inner light. She believes that everyone’s biggest cheerleader and BFF is themselves, and ain’t that the truth?? We go deep into the topics of what it’s like struggling to make a living following your passion, and taking on a journey of self-discovery. You are going to LOVE her!!

 

We also talk about:

  • Vision boarding
  • Living what you’ve wanted to do
  • Making a living as an artist
  • Finding your ground and living in stillness
  • The democratization of wellness
  • Making space in a white male dominated world
  • Getting into the music industry
  • Empowering all women
  • Working on yourself to reflect on the outside world
  • Realizations of self-discovery

 

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Aug 04, 2020
Ep. 346 - Ask Us Anything - with K+L
42:39

THE SOLO

We asked for Qs from our community and our team, and you all DELIVERED! You may THINK you knew us after 300+ episodes but NOPE, we’ve still got more juicy deets to share about our lives, our secret internet friends, our insecurities - you named it, and we’re sharing it in this episode. We love opening up to and being vulnerable with you. Hopefully you’ll enjoy seeing some interesting unseen corners of our duo!

 

We talk about:

  • Changing our minds on diet, therapy, dogmas, and vulnerability
  • Embarrassing fashion trends
  • People we follow on social media who are secretly our best friends
  • Embarrassing moments from when we started the podcast
  • What we’re attracted to
  • Our untold insecurities

 

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Jul 30, 2020
Ep. 345 -Lo Bosworth on Mental Health + Being Your Own Advocate
58:14

THE INTERVIEW

Lo Bosworth is the BEST. She walks the talk when it comes to supporting women. Many of you probably know her from seeing her grow up on The Hills and Laguna Beach — and she shares how difficult it is to be in the spotlight at such a young age.  Post TV stardom, Lo has found her passion — women's health and wellness. She is the founder and CEO of Love Wellness, a company that strives to help women feel authentically their best. She does not neglect the mental health part of wellness either. She is so refreshingly open about her anxiety and struggles with mental health. We dive into health and wellness, making a pivot in your life, building a brand, female friendships, and being vulnerable.

 

We also talk about:

  • Growing up in the spotlight
  • From influencer to business owner
  • Creating an authentic business and brand
  • Fixing your gut health
  • Doing an elimination diet to figure out how your body reacts to food
  • Supporting women
  • Leaning into vulnerability

 

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Jul 28, 2020
Ep. 344 - Long-Distance Relationships: How to Stay Connected + Grow
46:13

THE SOLO

Long-distance relationships are hard. Period. Whether it’s your romantic partner, friends, or family, it’s difficult to keep your relationship thriving without seeing each other in person. Lindsey has plenty of experience with this!  She is currently in a long-distance relationship. While we can’t travel and see the people we love as often as we’d like, Lindsey’s hope is that you can take these tips and apply them to any long-distance relationship to make things a little easier.

 

We talk about:

  • Finding out what communication styles work best for you
  • Checking in about each others’ day
  • Making sure to connect intentionally
  • Giving each other permission to explore your interests
  • Making a shared playlist—music is healing!
  • Focusing on positivity
  • Taking advantage of distance to work through things
  • Having a long-term plan

 

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Jul 23, 2020
Ep. 343 - Fuck Like A Goddess with Alexandra Roxo
01:17:42

THE INTERVIEW

Alexandra Roxo’s a familiar face to the A30 family—she’s been on the show before and empowered #ALMOST30NATION at live events—and she’s the divine feminine guru we need right now. She’s also an incredible storyteller, and her new book “F*ck Like a Goddess" is out now. Alexandra is incredible at peeling back the conditioning that women have been through using meditation, movement, and music. We dive into topics such as sexuality, femininity, the patriarchy, and the conditioning women go through in life. This is such a powerful season to dig into things that you want to learn and apply to your life.

 

We also talk about:

  • The power of the word “fuck”
  • When the idea of thinness was planted in women
  • The intersection of sexuality, body-love, and spirituality
  • Getting out of your head and into your body
  • Having conversations out of the bedroom with your partner
  • Embodying your emotions and feelings
  • Breathing into your belly
  • Embracing the darker side of sexuality
  • Feminine archetypes
  • Alexandra’s healing journey

 

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Jul 21, 2020
Ep. 342 - Five Tips for Body Acceptance
01:01:00

THE SOLO

So many women are still in the process of healing the trauma and programming that they’ve grown up with, and there is so much unlearning to do. The best part of our 30’s has been learning to accept + love our bodies more. We spent too much damn time + energy on what we eat, what we look like, working out, and everything else, and it’s such a relief to now just ride the wave and listen to the signals your body is giving you. And the best part? You don’t have to wait until your 30s to do this work!!

 

We also talk about:

  • How sharing our body journeys is powerful
  • Seeing food as a threat
  • When to seek a professional
  • Being radically honest with yourself
  • Shifting your focus away from appearances
  • How to use tools like mindfulness, meditation, + self-talk
  • Self-love mantras
  • Having a personalized approach to health, fitness, + acceptance
  • Removing foods that cause binging
  • Unlearning what you’ve been taught to think about your body

 

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Jul 16, 2020
Ep. 341 - Jeannette Ogden: Overcoming Disordered Eating, True Influence + Momhood
01:17:29

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Jeannette Ogden, the force behind “Shut the Kale Up”, joins us today for a very candid, honest conversation.  Jeanette started the blog as a conversation around how she overcame her disordered eating - it has become a trusted resource for tens of thousands to relate, learn and grow on their health journey’s. Today she shares intimate stories from her life that have made her who she is today, including her struggles with disordered eating, growing up with an alcoholic mother, overcoming debt and the real-real of motherhood.  She has curated such a beautiful, natural, connected life, and if you aren’t already, you are going to fall in love with her.

 

We talk about:

  • Understanding your priorities in a relationship
  • Having a model for your relationships
  • Jeannette’s experience with an eating disorder
  • How to take perspective of your health as an influencer
  • The process of overcoming disorder and addiction
  • When Shut the Kale Up was born
  • How she healed from alcoholism
  • Teaching her kids to be more honest
  • Having a natural birth
  • Caring less about what other people think about you

 

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Jul 14, 2020
Ep. 340 - How to Not Abandon Yourself
57:39

THE SOLO

Have you ever completely abandoned your feelings, your beliefs, your needs or who you are? In this day and age, it’s easy to get swept up in comparison and stories that have been looping in the background of your beliefs since you were a kid.  So today, the intention is to heighten your awareness of when this happens so that you can begin to take back control.  It’s time you settle into your own saddle and riiiiiide like you wanna ride.  Feel us?   K+L dig into what losing yourself means, how it feels to lose yourself, and when this has happened to them before sharing some steps you can take to make sure you don’t lose yourself. It’s such a sneaky feeling! There’s times where you don’t realize what’s happening but you’ve suddenly abandoned how you feel, what you want, and what’s important to you. Let’s talk about how to come back to yourself.

 

We also talk about:

  • Recognizing when you are losing yourself
  • Answering to yourself
  • The archetypes and roles that we subscribe to
  • Asking Google what to do with your life
  • When K+L have lost themselves
  • Tips for staying true to yourself

 

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Jul 09, 2020
Ep. 339 - Know Your Value with Ally Love
01:07:06

THE INTERVIEW

Ally Love joins us on the podcast today!  She’s the CEO of Love Squad, *the* Peloton instructor, a TedX speaker, and just an incredible human being. She’s one of those people who sees you for who you are and supports you fiercely, and we could all use someone like that in our lives! She talks about what it means to be a boss (have you seen her “Boss Up” Instagram series?!) + stepping into your power, and what it means to own your faith.

 

We also talk about:

  • Giving people what you need
  • Being open about her faith
  • Owning how you are identified
  • Making connections
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Aligning with your network as you uplevel
  • Staying peaceful in the chaos
  • Deciding the right thing to focus on now
  • Reaching out to mentors

 

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Jul 07, 2020
Ep. 338 - Permission to Be Creative
44:14

THE SOLO

Being creative as an adult can be both incredibly rewarding and incredibly painful. Lindsey shares a brief history of her relationship with creativity and highlights what it can feel like to examine our creativity as an adult, holding onto all of these “shoulds” and “should nots” that we pick up as we get older. Let’s look at those feelings we bury around our creativity, call our shame out, and realize that these feelings are invitations to get more curious. Our creativity is going to heal us. Lindsey also dives deep into how channeling your creativity and letting it evolve is essential to your evolution, sharing some quick + easy ways to harness your creativity every day.

 

We also talk about:

  • Slowing down enough to stop judging ourselves
  • Lindsey’s history with creativity
  • Dimming your creative light
  • Examining why some things are a constant in your life
  • What you feel when you think of creativity as an adult
  • Why channeling your creativity and letting it evolve is essential as an adult
  • How to actually exercise your creativity
  • Giving yourself permission to go for it

 

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Jul 02, 2020
Ep. 337 - Aliens, Light Language + Raising Your Frequency with Jerry Sargeant
01:24:24

THE INTERVIEW

Let’s talk about ALIENS.. Jerry Sargeant is the founder of Star Magic Healing, a powerful motivational speaker and international bestselling author who is known around the world for healing people and transforming their lives. And his story is WILD. In a former life, he was smuggling guns, running drugs, and robbing banks. Then he had a spiritual awakening that opened him up to a new world of possibilities. Now, Jerry dedicates himself to healing others through meditation and light-healing. He was given this knowledge after a near-fatal car accident, encountering aliens, and meeting with an Angel, and we dive into all of that, as well as what shadow parasites are, understanding light language, and so much more!

 

We also talk about:

  • Jerry’s healing process
  • How death is not the end
  • Jerry’s life before healing
  • The power of imagination and intuition
  • How past lives relate to what’s happening physically
  • Fighting against negative impulses
  • What shadow parasites are and how to get rid of them
  • Jerry’s relationship with his kids and meditation
  • Tips for dropping into your heart
  • What Star Magic does

 

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Jun 30, 2020
Ep. 336 - The Spiritual Text that Changed My Life - with Aaron Abke
01:31:50

THE INTERVIEW

“The Law of One” is the most profound text Krista has ever read, and after reading it, she knew she HAD to share it with #almost30nation. It’s one of those texts where, after you read it, you know you will never be the same. It’s a historical text that was translated from a consciousness of the sixth dimension, known as Ra, through a woman. If you’re just starting to explore your spirituality in earnest, the book may be diving into the deep end — but if you are interested in aliens, history, sacred geometry, or metaphysics, “The Law of One” is a must read.

Aaron Abke is a YouTuber + a conscious influencer. He’s done several videos where he breaks down the Law of One, and if you don’t feel that you can read the text, that’s an excellent place to start. He is the perfect person to dive DEEP into all things consciousness, dimensions, aliens, pyramids — everything K + L LOVE to talk about!

 

We also talk about:

  • The trajectory of Aaron’s spiritual awakening
  • What the Law of One is
  • The relationship between Venus and aliens
  • The differences between dimensions and densities
  • Why people want to skip the fourth dimension
  • Wrestling between the two polarities of service to others or service to self
  • The role of free will
  • How they were able to channel Ra
  • The elements of each density
  • The galactic federation
  • The healing parts of the Law of One
  • Tarot in the Law of One

 

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Jun 25, 2020
Ep. 335 - Dismantling White Supremacy in the Coaching Industry with Trudi Lebron
01:23:01

THE INTERVIEW

Coaching is an increasingly popular career choice, but rarely do we see advice addressing the impact of diversity and inclusion, or lack thereof. That’s why it was so important for us to invite Trudi Lebron to share your knowledge and insight into the Impact + Equity Coaching space. Instead of thinking about making a specific salary or reaching a certain number of people, Trudi helps coaches consider social change and values. She sees coaching as the biggest opportunity for impact in the world, and she’s making sure it’s approachable, affordable, and equitable for everyone.

We dive into topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, anti-racism, and what all the differences are between them. We also talk about what spiritual bypassing is, as well as some of the microaggressions Trudi has experienced in her work.

 

We also talk about:

  • Doing things to prove people wrong
  • Creating the conditions for success equitably
  • Realizing the kind of life you want
  • Coaches who are unwilling to grow themselves
  • The microaggressions in the coaching world
  • Taking risks in opposition to racism
  • Seeing your work as activism
  • Building a business that is fully expressive of your values
  • Being honest about where you are in your journey
  • Marie Forleo’s mistake and how we can do better

 

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Jun 23, 2020
Ep. 334 - How to Handle Post-Quarantine Integration with K + L
43:56

THE SOLO

Everyone has had different experiences in quarantine and isolation — those who are enjoying it and others who are struggling & riddled with anxiety. As we see the world opening up again, we find ourselves thinking, “How can we maintain a sense of peace, groundedness, and a commitment to our evolution and growth?” That’s always been the point of this show, and this collective pause has really put a spotlight on the ways in which we must protect our energy and reflect on what’s truly important. We’ve also seen how focusing on personal growth can help us live a more aligned life and how making ourselves a priority positively affects other areas of our lives. K + L discuss how to reintegrate as the world finds its new normal and how to hold onto the lessons we learned during our time in quarantine.

 

We also talk about:

  • Remembering what you love about being home 
  • Being intentional about what you miss + why
  • Adding things back into our schedule with intention
  • Rocking your archetypes
  • Remembering all that you’ve learned

 

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Jun 18, 2020
Ep. 333 - How to Have Conscious Conversation in Your Intimate Relationships with Joe & Lo Sheehey
01:35:21

THE INTERVIEW

Joseph and Lauren Sheehey are the co-owners of Cured Nutrition, a brand we are proud to say has been a partner of the podcast for years. But that’s not why they’re here today. We’re grateful that Joe and Lo decided to share vulnerably and truthfully the struggles they’ve faced in their relationship, and the ways in which they’ve been able to move forward regardless of the challenges.  We also get into how Lauren healed from her eating disorder. It’s a powerful illustration of how we can heal in relationships, in love, and use our shadows to reveal the deepest parts of ourselves and come together even better.

 

We also talk about:

  • Open relationships
  • Having uncomfortable conversations with your partner
  • Giving each other space
  • Codependency within a relationship
  • Being there for each other through their flaws and insecurities
  • Healing relationships with our parents
  • Feeling joy in being present
  • The origin of Cured Nutrition

 

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Jun 16, 2020
Ep. 332 - White Privilege: Waking Up to Our Unconscious Biases (re-release)
01:12:06

THE INTERVIEW

K + L are here, as always, to have real, honest conversations — ones that challenge us, make us uncomfortable, and help us grow. This conversation with Thaís Sky on white privilege and white fragility from 2018 is one of those.  These are important parts of who many of us are and what we experience that we need to look at in order to be better and do better. Our hope is that you are inspired to dismantle your attachment and support of systems that, for centuries, have contributed to blatant racism and inequality.  Enough is enough.  We ask that in listening, you have an open mind, are ready to learn, and are willing to explore how you can be a part of the change.  .

 

We also talk about:

  • Opportunities for growth
  • Being addicted to our shitty thoughts + shitty people
  • Trying not to compartmentalize our own spirituality
  • Feeling unworthy of your own self-care: we can't show up for others if we’re not showing up for ourselves.
  • The governmental + societal systems that keep certain groups of people oppressed
  • How white women contribute to + benefit from racism
  • How we can REALLY educate ourselves about systematic oppression + privilege
  • When you have privilege, what is your place in the conversation?
  • Living in an emotionally illiterate culture
  • How to avoid tokenizing people of color
  • What’s wrong when people say they’re “color blind”
  • The importance of doing this work, even imperfectly (because perfect just isn’t going to happen)
  • Deciding what kind of legacy we want to leave

 

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Jun 11, 2020
Ep. 331 - Let Them Be Heard: 10 Powerful Black Female Voices
50:58

THE INTERVIEW

We are honored to have had many powerful conversations with the black women featured in this episode.  They are teachers, leaders, writers, activists, travelers, artists, mothers, wives,and daughters. We invite you to reflect, listen, learn, and act on the advice, experience and teachings from the voices you hear in this episode as we all come together in this revolution, to fight against racism and injustice.. You will hear from Angela Manuel-Davis, Lalah Delia, Larayia Gaston, Rachel Cargle, Bola Sokunbi, Lauren Ash, Lizzy Jeff, Evita Robinson, Jehmu Greene, and Luvvie Ajayi — each a unique, motivating, compelling voice in this world that we are proud to amplify. 

 

We also talk about:

  • Exploring our purpose
  • Figuring out what ways you can serve a cause
  • Not excusing the abuse black people have faced
  • How just living can be a revolution
  • The importance of black women learning to talk about money
  • Modeling self-care
  • Being a product of racial injustice
  • How the travel industry does not see black people
  • Teaching people about their unconscious biases
  • How we have to do better

 

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Jun 09, 2020
Ep. 330 - Triggers: How to identify + work through them with Aaron Rose
01:08:53

THE INTERVIEW

Aaron Rose is the coach that K + L have been working with to help them uncover unconscious biases, be more intentional, and nurture inclusivity. There can be so much information, news, and things we’re seeing daily that can be very triggering right now. We hear that word a lot, trigger, and it’s important for us to unpack what that really means and how we can work against that. It’s okay to be triggered, but there’s something underneath that trigger that needs to be examined. How do we fix these deep-rooted issues that go so far back? Aaron teaches us his method of inner work for dealing with triggers.

 

We also talk about:

  • A nuanced understanding of manifestation
  • Finding the root cause of your feelings and allowing yourself to feel them
  • Not policing ourselves internally
  • What triggers are and how to deal with them
  • How we confirm our reality
  • Steps to deal with a trigger

 

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Jun 04, 2020
Ep. 329 - “Revolution Now” - In Conversation with Rachel Cargle (re-release)
01:25:35

THE INTERVIEW

This week we’re bringing back an interview we had with Rachel Cargle in December of 2018 because it is incredibly relevant to things that are happening in our world today. She has done an amazing job building a platform and resources for people, she raises money for marginalized communities, and she hosts The Great Unlearn on Patreon. We’ve talked about white fragility, white supremacy, allyship, and the issue of race, and these are all things that need to be brought back to the forefront. Rachel is doing so much to show us how to engage with white supremacy, how we as white people play a huge role in the race conversations going on, and how we can be better to support anti-racism. We need to work together against the system that has created this huge rift in society. We have so much power, we need to use that power for good.

 

We also talk about:

  • Deciding to start teaching what she was learning 
  • Her college experience 
  • Where to start in order to make a difference
  • Social media posting being taken down 
  • Rachel answers questions from Almost 30 Nation
  • Example of modern-day colonization   
  • What Rachel is excited about

 

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Jun 02, 2020
Ep. 328 - Lindsey’s Current Favorite Things
48:45

THE SOLO

We’re stuck at home, and sometimes searching for something to help stimulate us. That yearning inspired Lindsey to ask herself, “What can support me, what can stimulate me, what can make me feel better?” During this time in quarantine, Lindsey has been focusing on the little things that bring her joy to bring her back to a state of gratitude. In today’s episode, Lindsey shares some of her go-to things that she’s using during this time to give her more energy, inspiration, grounding, or physical self-care. From what she puts on her face to in her tummy, or how she move stagnant energy, this is a super-tactical episode that we hope helps you wherever you are mentally, physically or spiritually while in quarantine

 

We also talk about:

  • How Lindsey takes care of her skin
  • Taking time to create
  • Making appointments with yourself
  • Lindsey’s favorite snack
  • Having life in your space
  • The ritual of getting coffee
  • Balancing minerals in your body
  • Getting high-quality sleep
  • Designating time to completely shut off

 

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May 28, 2020
Ep. 327 - Sex + Your Nervous System with John Wineland
01:28:07

THE INTERVIEW

Welcome back to the podcast, John Wineland! He is an icon for everything conscious relationships and intimacy - he is one of our absolute FAVORITES. And he’s here to share about how our nervous system is the central point connecting our spirit, our mind, and our body. Who said science can’t be sexy? Our nervous system responses are what lead us to believe emotions are there when what we’re really experiencing is just a natural reaction, and understanding that is key to changing your relationship karma. We also check in with John about his daughter passing and how he’s processing grief.

 

We also talk about:

  • The values brought by masculine and feminine energy
  • Your posture reflecting your thoughts
  • Working on yourself from the outside in
  • Getting out of your head during sex
  • Porn in relationships
  • Beware the initial spark of attraction
  • Getting clarity on what you want in a relationship
  • Rewriting your relationship karma

 

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May 26, 2020
Ep. 326 - 6 Tips for Building Confidence
49:49

THE SOLO

Confidence is so key. Yes, we’ve all heard it before, but some things are cliché for a reason. K + L each offer three tried-and-true tips for being more confident, all born from their personal experiences. But remember — confidence is always going to be something personal to you. It doesn’t have to look the same as someone else, and it doesn’t even have to look like sunshine and rainbows. Confidence is something you work on getting closer to, and you never quite get there fully, but it’s so worth working towards all the same.

 

We also talk about:

  • Working towards confidence
  • Facing hard things
  • Finding quiet to hear our own voices
  • Channeled writing
  • Appreciating your body
  • Engaging in self-care
  • Looking back on your progress

 

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May 21, 2020
Ep. 325 - Glennon Doyle: This Is How You Find Yourself.
01:18:59

THE INTERVIEW

Shall we retire?  Glennon Doyle joins us today on Almost 30!!  Due to the current situation on planet Earth, we met over Zoom and she confirmed what we thought.  Glennon shows up for ev-er-y-thing with her whole heart and completely present.  We will hold this conversation close to our hearts forever. . We talk about “Untamed”,what it means to live untamed, how she is feeling in the midst of the pandemic, liberating ourselves (and others) with the truth, honoring your family by honoring yourself, being human, and feeling the feelings. We also talk about when women start to lose themselves, and she shares some profound stories about when she totally abandoned herself and how she’s been able to start trusting herself again.  Plus, Lindsey asks Glennon a question she has NEVER been asked before.  You won’t want to miss that.

 

We also talk about:

  • The evolution of Glennon’s joy + how unrelatable joy can be to others
  • The internalized misogyny that’s been placed in us
  • Moving past the martyr mentality
  • When we stop trusting ourselves
  • Feeling everything
  • Control versus trust
  • Activism work

 

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May 19, 2020
Ep. 324 - You asked, I answered: How I quit my job
01:13:15

THE SOLO

Everyone loves a quitter! No, really. When you’re working at a job you hate, it is so energizing to quit at the right time and in the right way. This week, Krista talks about the good — how she messed up first quitting experience — and the bad — the time she quit in order to go full-time with Almost 30. She shares what both experiences were like, how she prepared (or didn’t), how she actually knew she was ready the second time, and what happened behind the scenes. She helps demystify the signs that can give you perspective on whether you should quit your job and the steps that she took to quit responsibly and set herself up for success after quitting.

 

We also talk about:

  • Looking at yourself + your reasons for wanting to quit
  • Quitting unsuccessfully
  • Buying into the “all-in” mentality
  • Going back to the corporate world
  • Realizing how unhappy you are in the moment
  • Being realistic about your life situation
  • Making an escape plan
  • Recognizing the signs that it’s time to leave

 

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May 14, 2020
Ep. 323 - How to Overcome Anxiety with Ryan Weiss
01:13:01

THE INTERVIEW

When you speak to Ryan Weiss, you feel like you’re the only person in the room.. It’s truly a testament to his teaching that “listening is everything.” He’s a life coach, spiritual counselor, writer, speaker, and the creator of Waking Up With Ryan, where he helps people start their day centered and grounded. In today’s episode K + L chat with him about anxiety, something he’s struggled with in his life and the thing that he’s dedicated his work to alleviating. We talk about what anxiety is and isn’t, and we get into some specific, proven tactics to help reprogram your subconscious to live a better life.

 

We also talk about:

  • Engaging in life despite fear and doubt
  • The importance of listening + how to be a good listener
  • How to sit with anxiety + alleviate it
  • Having a daily practice
  • Validating trauma survivors
  • Reparenting ourselves
  • Slowing down

 

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May 12, 2020
Ep. 322 - Community Call #1: Finding Confidence in Community
42:34

THE SOLO

K + L have been wanting to connect with the community two-on-one for a while and are so excited to finally share the first of many conversations in their new series, “Community Call”! We’ve been wanting to hear from YOU - Almost 30 nation - and how you’ve been impacted by the show, taken the messages shared by guests or other members of the community, and have made serious, positive changes in your life. Joining them this week is Emily Feikls, who first discovered the podcast when she was 18 and struggling with finding like-minded friends in her rural town. At the time, Emily felt like an outsider, like she didn’t belong to any community — but she felt an instant connection to #ALMOST30NATION as soon as she found it. She then took small steps to take control of her life and live in her truth - including attending last year’s retreat and starting her very own podcast and community. Emily is an inspiration, modeling for all of us how you can alchemize pain + grief into a beautiful life that you love.

 

We also talk about:

  • How an 18-year old gets into Almost 30
  • Feeling like an outsider in your geographical community
  • Finding your voice
  • Leaving your comfort zone
  • Feeling support within an online community

 

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May 07, 2020
Ep. 321 - What Actually Makes Us Happy with Dr. Laurie Santos
01:06:55

THE INTERVIEW

Dr. Laurie Santos teaches a course at Yale called Psychology on the Good Life that was inspired by her experience with her college students and their depression. She took a microscope to happiness, breaking down the why and how so that she could create science-based, tactical strategies for staying happy. Dr. Santos makes it so easy to understand the value of what people usually see as “fluff.” We talk about how to honor those who are struggling (while still maintaining our own sovereignty and happiness), the importance of a wealth of time versus money, and how meditation is  a happiness cheat code.

 

We also talk about:

  • Adopting new social norms
  • Why we crave social connection
  • The hard part of happiness
  • The causal effects of happiness
  • The correlation between income and happiness level
  • The importance of attitude, mindset, and behavior
  • Time over money
  • What we put in our body and how that affects our happiness
  • Meditation as a happiness panacea

 

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May 05, 2020
Ep. 320 - 3 Practices to Build Self-Trust
55:50

THE SOLO

Trust is so, so important in any healthy relationship — that’s obvious, right? It shouldn’t be any different when it comes to ourselves. Trusting yourself and the way you live your life is transformational. We all reach a moment where it’s time to break up with this expectation — whether from our parents or someone else — of how our life was supposed to go and to trust ourselves to live life the way we want. Lindsey shares her experience making the transition from not trusting herself to a more consistent and confident level of trust and the three practices she follows to help build that self trust every day.

 

We also talk about:

  • The experiences that damaged Lindsey’s self trust
  • What trusting yourself (or not) looks like
  • The ways you can strengthen your trust
  • What happens when you trust yourself

 

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Apr 30, 2020
Ep. 319 - Ramit Sethi on Elevating Your Wealth Consciousness
01:29:49

THE INTERVIEW

Ramit Sethi’s book, I Will Teach You To Be Rich, is an absolute game-changer in the finance world. He is charismatic, grounded, and relatable — not to mention one of the most progressive voices in the financial literacy and wellness space. He does not sugar coat things, and when it comes to finances and getting really good at managing them, you have to be real about it. He infamously pushes back against the tired advice of “cutting out lattes” in order to save money. Instead, Ramit focuses on indulging in the things you actually care about and noticing when you spend money on things you don’t really care about.

 

We also talk about:

  • How to get over making excuses when it comes to finances
  • The connection between human behavior and finance
  • Getting your finances together in your 20’s
  • Creating money rules around “yes” instead of “no”
  • Stop worrying about things you shouldn’t
  • How your spending changes as you grow
  • Saving can make you feel free
  • Making real money through investing
  • Writing a prenup
  • Why buying a house isn’t always better than renting

 

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Apr 28, 2020
Ep. 318 - The Journey of Body Acceptance
01:16:47

THE SOLO

Instagram loves to kindly remind us of photos we’ve taken in the past, which can be great! But it can also invite us to criticize and compare ourselves. When this happened to Krista, what she noticed so clearly was the ways in which her body has changed over the past few years — namely, weight gain.

A few months ago, Krista was in New York City reflecting on the habits and mentalities around her body and how she has shifted away from the behaviors that kept her at the lowest weight she’s ever been. She has been learning how to live with her new body and wanted to share how she deals with body image issues, how her relationship with her body has changed over time, and some tips and resources regarding health and diet.

 

We also talk about:

  • How being okay with your body is an act of defiance
  • Mindset is the problem, not body
  • The energy we waste worrying about our bodies
  • Motivating yourself to do what you know is healthy
  • Answering your questions about body acceptance
  • Not letting the patriarchy win

 

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Apr 23, 2020
Ep. 317 - Written in The Stars: 2020 Astrology Forecast with Debra Silverman
01:18:29

THE INTERVIEW

Debra Silverman is on to give us a much-needed astrological update on what’s currently happening in the world. She shares what was written in the stars when the virus came and things started to shift, when it looks like we’re going to get out of it, what every sign needs to be doing during this time, what transitions in astrology we need to be aware of over the coming year, and what the new normal will look like on the other side of this. (Don’t worry too much. There’s opportunity there.) We close the episode out with a beautiful prayer, a mic-drop moment that we hope will help you open up to the power of prayer and meditation as you move forward through this crisis.

 

We also talk about:

  • What the stars are telling us is coming
  • Moving into the Age of Aquarius
  • How the different signs need to react to this
  • Maintaining relationships during this time
  • Being in service of others
  • Leaning into your personal gifts

 

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Apr 21, 2020
Ep. 316 - How to Get Out of a Rut with K+L
38:49

THE SOLO

Although we’re all living very different experiences in these uncertain times, many of us feel like we’re stuck in an uncomfortable and chaotic rut. So, K + L took some time to reflect on when they’ve felt stuck in the past and how they were able to break free. You may feel stuck now, and it’s okay to grieve for the loss of normalcy, but this too shall pass.

 

We also talk about:

  • Trying not to overanalyze
  • The forms that ruts can take
  • Focusing on serving others
  • Shaking up your routine
  • Setting up boundaries
  • Staying accountable
  • Not labeling periods of ruts as negative

 

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Apr 16, 2020
Ep. 315 - Marianne Williamson on Consciousness in Politics
01:13:55

THE INTERVIEW

A modern renaissance woman, Marianne Williamson is one of the most impactful activists, authors, and spiritual leaders of our time. She’s an unshakable force, even during this period of uncertainty, and she is fully anchored in what we need to do to move through it. Her activism is a call to action for what needs to be done. During this conversation, we talk about what it was like running for president + how she felt choosing to end that campaign, the chronic disengagement from politics + why we are all so disconnected from the process, and what she learned about herself during this process.

 

We also talk about:

  • The climate we are in today
  • Who we are going to transform into
  • Living in your emotions + how that makes you stronger
  • Why we contract into fear as a mental habit
  • Marianne’s experience during her presidential campaign
  • The disengagement of politics + how to get involved
  • Stepping into leadership

 

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Apr 14, 2020
Ep. 314 - 6 Tips to Improve Your Time in Isolation
48:40

CATCH UP WITH K + L

K + L want to serve the community in any way that they can during this time and beyond. So they’re hosting digital courses with some of their favorite healers, leaders, and teachers available every Saturday! You can find out more about this on almost30podcast.com/events. They also have their Inner Peace course, created by K + L to leverage all of the tools they’ve learned over the last three years. This course is available on Teachable.

 

THE SOLO

All of us are experiencing some degree of disruption + isolation right now. Some of you are going to work to keep things running — and we have so much gratitude for all of you who make it possible for the rest of us to stay at home, safe and sane — but even those who have to go out in the world every day are experiencing a greater degree of social isolation. So, in this episode, Lindsey shares how she’s managed to improve her experience in isolation. She has six tips to keep stress low, anxiety managed, + even how to finally do all the things you keep putting off. This time is definitely stressful, but we’re confident that you’ll be able to find what is meant for you.

 

We also talk about:

  • Maintaining a routine + breaking outside of it
  • Keeping your sleep on point
  • Taking showers to cleanse body, aura + spirit
  • Doing the things you’ve always meant to do
  • Creating for the sake of creation
  • Connecting with those that matter

 

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Apr 09, 2020
Ep. 313 - The Art of Inquiring Within with IN-Q
01:15:59

THE INTERVIEW

In times like this, we all need a little art in our ears — and IN-Q is the oasis of inspiration that our souls are craving right now. He’s a national poetry slam champion, an award-winning poet, a multi-platinum songwriter, and his new book Inquire Within is out now. If you ever get the chance to hear him live, do it. Listening to him recite his poetry live is so powerful and mesmerizing. Even though he’s sharing his own thoughts and feelings, he invites the audience to go inside themselves and ask how they feel about it. In this episode we explore the life of a poet and creator, finding inspiration, and learning to make a living with your art.  AND LISTEN UNTIL THE END!! In-Q performs a few pieces of his work that Krista and Lindsey request. The girls will never forget this one.

 

We also talk about:

  • Balancing your ego with being present
  • How vulnerability leads to empathy
  • How community influences art
  • The stories we tell ourselves
  • Making money while maintaining artistic integrity
  • Getting over your resistance
  • Remembering that you have a choice in your life
  • Greed + conscious capitalism

 

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Apr 07, 2020
Ep. 312 - Radical Acceptance Can Change Your Relationships
50:29

Krista felt called to share something very personal to her that has had a profound impact on her relationships — relationships with partners, with female friends, with coworkers.We are all experiencing so much change right now, so Krista shares with us how we can confront and process change in order to move forward with hope during this complicated time. Krista explores how she approaches change in herself and in her relationships, how she balances not needing to change other people while not allowing herself to settle, and what we all can do to start creating the lives we always dreamed of.

 

We also talk about:

  • What Krista learned from her parents’ relationship
  • Radical honesty
  • Strategies for addressing problems in your relationships with compassion
  • Taking responsibility for the energy you bring into a conversation
  • Not being tied up in the outcome of your partner’s path
  • Setting up boundaries
  • Focusing on your personal change

 

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Apr 02, 2020
Ep. 311 - Julie Nguyen on Healing Dis-ease With Food
58:33

CATCH UP WITH K + L

Even though the state of the world is uneasy right now, people are supporting people in such a beautiful way — and K+L want to celebrate that! Remember, all of the things that are happening in the world right now will pass as we step into our light. If you need some support in these times, you can find a community of super supportive women in the secret Almost 30 Facebook groups.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Julie Nguyen lived the first 30 years of her life believing that her health problems were chronic and incurable. When she realized that changing her diet improved her mood, her eczema, her weight, and her happiness, she had to share that life-changing info with others. But she ran into a roadblock: healthy food has a branding problem, and the bland food churned out by the ‘health food’ industry isn’t doing anything to help it. Julie devoted her life to making healthy, tasty food and nutrition education more accessible through Methodology, an innovative company that delivers fresh, chef-curated food to your door. Not all heroes wear capes, and not all medicine comes in capsules.

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We also talk about:

  • Julie’s journey with food + health issues
  • Going to college as a Vietnamese immigrant
  • Connecting health issues + emotional stressors
  • Transitioning from finance to tech
  • Finding a functional medicine doctor
  • How our environment impacts our health + diet
  • Advice for female entrepreneurs

 

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Mar 31, 2020
Ep. 310 - Power in The Collective Pause: Insight + Support from Special Guests
01:32:22

THE SOLO

These are interesting times. Whether you’re working from home, have lost work, or are unsure what each day will bring you as you go into work at an essential business, we’re all having our routines and lives disrupted in a way none of us have experienced before. It’s our mission at Almost 30 to provide you with the tools, resources and support you need to navigate life’s challenges, and now’s the time we need them most. Today’s episode is meant to provide tools, resources, thoughts, + prayers that they can help you stay strong mentally, physically and spiritually. But that’s not all! 

K+L also reached out to some of the most motivational + empowering friends of the podcast and asked them to lend their perspectives and advice on how we can use this time in a positive way and support each other through the uncertainty We are so incredibly grateful to our friends and mentors who offered their support to Almost 30 Nation in this helpful, healing special episode.We hope these messages feel like a virtual hug, and help you feel more peaceful, grounded, and inspired to do something every day that brings you back to yourself.

 

We also talk about:

  • Processing our emotions + coming together as a community
  • How this moment could lead to massive + positive change
  • This moment in time according to human design
  • The top foods, supplements, essentials oils, and practices to boost your immune system
  • Listening to Mother Earth
  • Build up an emergency savings
  • This is happening for us, not to us
  • Processing anxiety through movement and breath
  • Seeing that we are a global community

 

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Mar 26, 2020
Ep. 309 - Jen Gotch on The Upside of Being Down
01:14:32

THE INTERVIEW

Jen Gotch joined us just over a year ago for a really important conversation about mental health, figuring yourself out, and self-care. Jen is a huge expander for a lot of us in Almost 30 Nation — Krista and Lindsey included! — so we had to have her back for round two to discuss her powerful new book. The Upside of Being Down is an honest account of Jen’s mental health struggles and how that long journey, with all its ups and downs, led to her greatest successes in work and life. She is so inspiring and unapologetic about her life + gives a fresh take on what it’s like being a constant internal battle. We dive deep into what it’s like to push yourself in your career without sacrificing self-care, opening yourself up to receiving praise, and the value of learning to quit things just to prove to yourself that you can.

 

We also talk about:

  • Coming back to compassion
  • Not changing yourself for others
  • Opening up + being able to receive
  • Self-care, self-love, + self-help
  • Being able to separate yourself from negative thoughts
  • Coping with emotional eating
  • Changing your relationship with alcohol

 

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Mar 24, 2020
Ep. 308 - Body Image, Friendship + Alignment: K+L on ‘The Self-Love Lifestyle’ Podcast
01:18:03

THE INTERVIEW

We are beyond grateful to Melanie Monaco for inviting us onto The Self-Love Lifestyle for a deep + intimate conversation around, you guessed it, SELF LOVE baby. Melanie is a close friend of the podcast and SO essential to our growth, so her questions come from a thoughtful +  heartfelt place. She inspires us to open up about our self-love journeys, our relationship with our bodies, growing the podcast, and how we’ve learned to show up in life as leaders. The self-love journey is never over, but taking these pit stops to go inward is a critical part of moving forward + we hope that Melanie’s questions help you reflect on your path too!

 

We also talk about:

  • How K+L practice leadership in their lives
  • Learning to follow your intuition
  • Taking charge of your own life
  • What it means for K+L to listen to their bodies
  • What self-love looks like for K+L
  • Cultivating a love for your body + yourself
  • How K+L’s spirituality impacts their bodies

 

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Mar 19, 2020
Ep. 307 - Reset Your Body + Brain with Max Lugavere
01:20:59

THE INTERVIEW

We are so glad to have author, filmmaker, health and science journalist Max Lugavere back on the show! Max’s new book, The Genius Life, is all about providing actionable research that anyone can use to start feeling stronger, happier, and healthier immediately. The truth is that most of us already know that there are things in our lives that we really shouldn’t put in, on, or around our bodies, but there’s such a disconnect between what we know and what we do. We dig into why this disconnect exists, break down what it means to live a genius life, argue the merits of plant-based diets, and learn the heart-wrenching story behind why Max became so invested in the relationship between our food and our cognition.

 

We also talk about:

  • How unhealthy foods often make the most outlandish health claims
  • The plant-based trend
  • The massive problem with food waste
  • Why everyone should prioritize protein
  • What to look for when you are consuming animal protein
  • Integrating rest into your life + optimizing your sleep
  • White fat vs brown fat
  • The effects of melatonin on the body
  • Toxins, plastics, + endocrine disruption

 

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Mar 17, 2020
Ep. 306 - Lindsey on Harnessing the Power of Overwhelm
52:13

THE SOLO

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been overwhelmed. 🙌 At some point or another it’s a feeling we’ve all had to uncomfortably confront — you’re not alone. In today’s solo episode with Lindsey, she shares how she has dealt with the feeling of overwhelm head on. Although it is tempting to avoid, Lindsey has learned to embrace the feeling because it is one of the most powerful opportunities for growth that the Universe gives us. When we’re open to understanding how and why it happens, we can harness that energy and turn it into something incredible.

Lindsey has been feeling this ebb and flow of overwhelm over the past two years, and with that consistency, she had to ask: What is the purpose of this overwhelm? She shares the answers that came through during a channeled writing session with her higher self, why she avoided overwhelm for so long, and 3 tips for reframing the idea of being overwhelmed.

 

We also talk about:

  • Where we learn that overwhelm is bad
  • How overwhelm is a challenge to our ego + why that’s a gift
  • Doing the inner work necessary to understand why you are avoiding overwhelm
  • Increasing your tolerance for overwhelm
  • Using breathwork to center yourself
  • Harnessing your daydreams

 

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Mar 12, 2020
Ep. 305 - The Freedom in Forgiving with Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt
01:08:01

THE INTERVIEW

Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt joins us today for a conversation on forgiveness. Her new book, The Gift of Forgiveness, gives readers an opportunity to deeply understand the act of forgiving and how doing so can positively affect everyone involved. But let’s be real: Forgiveness is SO layered. It requires us to be vulnerable, release the ego, and allow change. Katherine’s book speaks to those layers and how we can work out our “forgiveness muscle” daily. Newly married, Katherine gushes about her relationship with Chris Pratt and shares how forgiveness will always play a huge role in their relationship. We are all going to be faced with opportunities to forgive, and Katherine’s hope is that, by reading the inspiring stories of those who were able to forgive in situations you wouldn’t imagine, you will be able to move forward in practicing forgiveness in your life.

 

We also talk about:

  • Her book, I Just Graduated… Now What? and why she felt inspired to speak to this formative time
  • How Katherine got over her fear of sharing details about her life
  • How forgiveness can be a gift you give yourself
  • How to ask for help + advice when you need it
  • The process of finding stories for her book
  • The physicality of holding on to anger
  • Times when you don’t have to forgive
  • Forgiveness within relationships

 

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Mar 10, 2020
Ep. 304 - Honest Look at Authenticity with Krista
53:01

CATCH UP WITH K + L

K & L have some exciting information to share about the 2020 Almost 30 retreat coming up in May! Last year, 24 women attended the the retreat in Malibu and it was so transformative they had to do it again. They’ve invited their favorite healers, speakers, tarot card readers, astrologists, trainers, and more to support women through this life-changing experience! If you  feel like you need four days away in a beautiful Malibu oasis to deeply connect with yourself and other women, this retreat is for YOU!

 

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THE SOLO

Krista is exploring this one popular concept in today’s episode: authenticity.Catch that gag reflex! Although authenticity has become such a buzz word cliche lately that it doesn’t really mean anything, that’s exactly why it’s worth discussing. K & L were recently asked how they were so authentic during an interview and it gave Krista some pause because it’s not a word that she identifies with. It feels like a word that doesn’t allow you to change. This is why Krista wants to hash out the details of what true authenticity really is, and how we can balance being an authentic human while also allowing ourselves to change and grow.

 

We also talk about:

  • Why K hasn’t identified with the term “authentic”
  • The benefits of authenticity
  • K’s goals for her future self
  • How growth and authenticity interplay
  • Accepting growth as a part of yourself
  • Being authentic to the person you are at any given time
  • The expression of the true self

 

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Mar 05, 2020
Ep. 303 - Body Love Everyday with Kelly LeVeque
01:25:50

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are so excited to sit down with our good friend Kelly LeVeque, holistic nutritionist extraordinaire, to chat about her new book Body Love Every Day. A lot of the health and wellness books out there can be off putting, with an emphasis on aesthetics or diet, but Kelly’s message is about creating a holistic lifestyle approach. We dive into the four different archetypes mentioned in her book and how understanding our archetype can prepare us for success with our health and wellness goals. Kelly opens up about her birth story and all the challenges she and her family had to overcome through her pregnancy and delivery. We wrap things up with some #inspo for the boss babes out there who have to make hard decisions around running a business — and, of course, we had to ask her some of your questions!

 

We also talk about:

  • Investing in brands instead of sponsoring them
  • Loving yourself + still having goals
  • People who work out can change the world
  • How to focus on compositional changes
  • Dealing with a traumatic childbirth
  • The fab four archetypes
  • Ins + outs of intermittent fasting
  • Consistent healthy habits vs. perfectionism

 

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Mar 03, 2020
Ep. 302 - The Truth About Our Relationship with Krista + Lindsey
47:05

Today’s episode with K + L is incredibly personal and upfront about their shadow work journeys. As best friends who also work together, they are able to help each other heal their shadow sides and release karmic patterns. They take a deep look into the stories they have been telling themselves, including abandonment issues and trusting women, validation of feelings, and people-pleasing. K + L share what’s come up in their solo sessions with their coach Aaron Rose, and unpack how they work to heal their shadow sides and old programming. Shadow work can be confronting and hard, and they are humbled to share their experiences with you.

 

They also talk about:

  • Practicing communication
  • L giving herself validation
  • K judging herself for her emotions
  • Leveraging the phrase “The story I’m in is…”
  • Defining what success means for yourself
  • Honoring one another as K+L change
  • Working against old programming

 

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Feb 27, 2020
Ep. 301 - Roadmap to Financial Freedom with Clever Girl Finance Founder, Bola Sokunbi
01:08:18

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are talking about financial wellness with the founder and CEO of Clever Girl Finance, Bola Sokunbi! We kick the conversation off by asking Bola about her story. She shares her mom’s uncommon journey of graduating from college and working multiple jobs in Nigeria, and how that instilled dedication and inspiration in her to do the same. Bola explains the top ways she was able to save 100k out of college, and how she grew her side-hustles during that time. Bola is adamant about there being no shame in having side-hustles to save or pay off your debt. She details the two approaches to paying off your debt, along with the three key ways to invest and percentages for budgeting. We also talk about emotions behind money, being honest with yourself about your spending, and why you may want to shift your circle of influence. To wrap up our money-talk, Bola shares her experience as a woman of color in the finance industry.

 

We also talk about:

  • Bola’s dad’s view of formal education
  • What went into Bola’s decision to buy a house
  • Ways to increase your income
  • What to do if you’re buying a home outside of marriage
  • Communicating with your partner about finances
  • How to recession-proof your finances

 

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Feb 25, 2020
Ep. 300 - How Lindsey is Showing up Differently for Her New Relationship
01:03:51

CATCH UP WITH K + L

K + L are kicking today’s solo episode off by reminiscing on their household rules growing up. They talk about everything from breaking rules that were never clearly defined and negotiation strategies to drinking an entire glass of milk at dinner and early curfews. Be sure to share your experiences in the Almost 30 secret Facebook group!

 

THE SOLO

It’s Lindsey’s solo week! She’s exploring her growth over the past 8 years from previous boyfriends and being single, to now with her new relationship. Lindsey dives into how she shows up differently for her new relationship while loving both versions of herself and having endless compassion for her former self. L also unpacks how physical connection doesn’t define a relationship, what she’s learned from a long-distance relationship thus far, and how her current relationship gives her complete permission to fully be herself. 

 

She also talks about:

  • Being inauthentic to yourself
  • Holding back in relationships
  • Being single + spending time alone
  • The most important shift in Lindsey’s experience as it relates to being with a partner
  • Needing the approval of others + seeking validation
  • Having both a relationship AND a successful, evolving career

 

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Feb 20, 2020
Ep. 299 - Chani Nicholas: Astrology For Radical Self-Acceptance
01:27:01

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are sitting down with astrologer and New York Times bestselling author of You Were Born For This, Chani Nicholas! Chani was one of the first to make astrology more accessible and mainstream, and currently has a community of over 1 million monthly readers. She joins us to talk about her new book 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 kick off the conversation with a deep look into Saturn return. This happens in our late twenties, and it’s a time where we face ourselves in a way we haven’t before and come into our own as adults. We ask Chani about her Saturn return, and she shares her move to LA, and the deeply rooted trauma she faced and worked to heal on her journey to becoming an astrologer. We talk about how trauma shows up in astrological charts, and astrology as a healing modality. Chani also gets into the details of north and south nodes, the uniqueness of our rising signs, and the forecast for 2020!

 

We also talk about:

  • Why Chani wrote her book
  • Her experience with fear, self-loathing, & resentment
  • Astrology in relation to other healing modalities
  • How Chani began studying reiki at 14 y.o.
  • How to move into an abundance mindset
  • Deconstructing privilege
  • Chani’s intention for the year

 

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Feb 18, 2020
Ep. 298 - In Bed with Expert Shan Boodram Live - Talking Sex, Relationships + Communication
01:24:16

CATCH UP WITH K + L

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, K + L chat about relationships + being single! Lindsey shares what she enjoyed doing before her new relationship, and her appreciation for having a plan on her own terms. They talk about how the physical aspects of relationships change over time, and the differences in what you openly talk about (*cough* BLOW JOBS *cough*) when in a relationship vs. single. K + L also share their plans for Valentine’s Day!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are live in LA with sexologist, dating expert, and author of The Game of Desire, SHAN BOODY! We are talking sex, relationships, communication, and intimacy. To kick it off, K + L reveal some crazy stories from their past—K before she met Justin, and L during her seven years of singlehood! Once we dive in with Shan, she shares how she got into this field and her passion for making sex education ‘sexy’ versus boring and dry. Shan talks greatly about cultivating the skill of communication, and ways to make sex conversations fun and pleasurable. We explore how our parents, and the way we experienced love growing up, influence our relationships today. Shan unpacks her concept of ‘dating with dominance’ and women being in the driver’s seat of their love lives. We also dive into polyamory, open relationships, and their effect on monogamy - while wrapping it up with some Almost 30 Nation dating stories!

 

We also talk about:

  • Shan’s yuck vs. yum conversation tactic
  • Balancing working on your relationship vs. allowing it to be
  • Meeting your partner where they are vs. saving them
  • Advocating for your needs in the bedroom
  • The beauty in dating

 

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Feb 13, 2020
Ep. 297 - Marie Forleo on Modern Marketing + Following Fear
01:15:23

THE INTERVIEW

We are thrilled to be sitting down with the founder of MarieTV and B-School, author of Everything is Figureoutable, coach, philanthropist… Marie Forleo! Marie shares her inspiring story of pursuing multiple corporate jobs to find what lit her up, only to hear that voice inside saying they weren’t right. You’ll learn how she turned down a promotion for Vogue to instead work in the service industry as she learned how to build a business and be a life coach. Marie now helps millions build lives they truly love.

In our conversation, we talk about imposter syndrome, following the feeling of fear, and not adhering to the reality of others. Marie also unpacks the critical importance of sales and marketing, and how she’s transformed her company’s culture through gratitude and implementing times of “pause.” Marie shares her test for deciphering between fear and intuition, so when making a decision, you know which to pursue. This is an impactful conversation you don’t want to miss!

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We also talk about:

  • Celebrating wins + team vacations
  • The benefits + challenges of being a coach
  • The feeling behind “What am I to…?” getting smaller over time
  • Creating community in a virtual business
  • Concept of “dating before marrying” when hiring
  • Negative connotations with sales and marketing
  • Modern marketing
  • Progress vs. perfection

 

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Feb 11, 2020
Ep. 296 - The Life Edit with Krista
01:21:55

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With the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, K + L contemplate how it’s allowed men to feel, and outwardly show their emotions. They talk about ways in which men create sentimental moments compared to women, and how they relate to the world. The ladies also talk about dynamics in relationships, group chats, and Krista’s wedding season.

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THE SOLO

Are you looking to let go and create space in your life? Today, Krista takes us through her process for her total life edit! K shares how she wanted to lay a new foundation for 2020 by being thoughtful about her environment and seeing the truth of every aspect of her life. She looks at technology, her online presence, and finances, sharing resources for email cleanup along with apps for money management. K gets into the nitty gritty of clearing her apartment, from her pantry, kitchen, supplements, makeup, clothes, and car. It’s more than just a physical clear-out—she also explores her mental health process, her decision to start therapy, and relationships. Join K in unpacking the details of your life to allow for an expansive future!

 

She also talks about:

  • K’s decision for a solo holiday
  • Feeling low + off moments
  • Being private with your information
  • Your online presence
  • Stocks, investments + retirement accounts
  • K’s relationship with weight + health
  • Adding in movement + releasing stagnant energy

 

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Feb 06, 2020
Ep. 295 - Herbal Healing with Adriana Ayales
01:19:00

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K + L kick off today’s episode by sharing some deets on their new podcast format! More solos? Interviews with Almost 30 Nation? Tune in to hear more!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Joining us in this episode is clinical herbalist, medicine maker, and founder of Anima Mundi Apothecary, Adriana Ayales! Adriana is a wealth of knowledge, studying everything from shamanic style healing and hands on energy work, to medical astrology, cosmology and consciousness. She has always been deeply connected to nature, sharing how as a child, her grandmother helped her cultivate her intuition and engage with spirit energy.

We talk deeply about the power of herbs and how to use them in your life. We dig into herbs that help you lucid dream, expand psychic vision, and decalcify the pineal gland. You’ll learn ways to prepare mushrooms to receive benefits, and a comparison of psychoactive mushrooms versus ayahuasca. Adriana shares her ritual for starting a conversation with plants, and how we all have the ability to connect in that way. At the end, Adriana also explains how to respect cultures when exploring herbalism and ancient practices, like using palo santo and sage.

 

We also talk about:

  • Lucid dreaming, astral travel, + rewiring your stories
  • What it was like for Adriana coming to the U.S.
  • What the pineal gland controls
  • Why adaptogens are fascinating + beneficial
  • Accessibility and sourcing of herbs
  • Mushrooms metabolizing toxicity
  • Herbs for hormone balancing + a healthy microbiome
  • What is a flower essence and how to make them
  • Cleansing tools to use instead of sage

 

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Feb 04, 2020
Ep. 294 - Koya Webb on Being a Conduit For Love
01:35:36

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Today K + L highlight and discuss a recent article on impulse purchases and the guilt we feel when making them. They expand the conversation to explore shame around money, metaphysical aspects of money, and purchasing things for self-care and growth. Remember to always have grace and compassion for yourself!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are joined by holistic health coach, yoga teacher, founder of Get Loved Up, and author of Let Your Fears Make You Fierce, Koya Webb! To begin this inspiring conversation, Koya takes us on a journey through her childhood and growing up Southern Baptist. She discovered her love for fitness through VHS tapes, and shares how her upbringing set a strong foundation for her future. During her time as a college athlete, Koya shares how getting a stress fracture led to feelings of worthlessness, until she found yoga and breath work. She reveals how yoga enhanced her spiritual journey and how breath connects us to spirit. We also dive into how Koya stays at a high vibration, nutrition for an alkaline body, and how she processed and healed her trauma.

 

We also talk about:

  • Being bullied in high school + college
  • Fear blocking our Divine Guidance
  • Why Koya started Get Loved Up
  • Kemetic Yoga
  • Being the only woman of color in fitness classes
  • Unpacking history for ancestral healing

 

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Jan 30, 2020
Ep. 293 - Biohacking Your Hormones with Alisa Vitti
01:30:56

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To kick off today’s episode on hormones, K + L share some background on their journeys, and what they focus on today. They dig into the healing of hormones, like changing aspects of their diets and aligning workouts to their cycles. The ladies also explain why they decided to stop synthetic birth control and how it affected them after.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are talking hormones, cycle syncing, and sex with Functional Nutritionist, Women’s Hormone Expert and author of the Top 50 bestselling women’s health book, WomanCode Alisa Vitti! Her new book, In the FLO, teaches you how to biohack your cycle for better health, sex, productivity, and relationships using The Cycle Syncing Method.

Alisa explains the four phases of our cycles and the corresponding hormones. She explores how your diet and exercise can vary depending on the phase you are in, revealing that napping can be just as effective as working out! We talk about how to unlock creative power, connect more with your feminine, and have increased energy with each phase. Alisa also unpacks the health benefits of the orgasmic plateau, the amount of foreplay you need during each phase, and supplements for orgasms and libido.

 

We also talk about:

  • Infradian clock vs. circadian rhythm
  • Men vs. women’s hormone cycles
  • Signs your hormones are out of balance
  • POWR acronym
  • 1st step to beginning Cycle Syncing Method
  • Hormonal birth control’s effect on the (lack of) phases
  • Orgasmic plateau vs. climax
  • Key things to know for sexual response
  • Which phases are wet or dry
  • Cycle Syncing when transitioning sex

 

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Jan 28, 2020
Ep. 292 - How Red Light Therapy Works with Wes Pfiffner of Joovv
01:23:28

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K + L share a thought-provoking email from an attendee at their Chicago Live Show. It sparks a conversation about pivotal moments in life that help you know yourself, tap into your intuition, and gain clarity on your direction.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are getting into the nitty gritty of red light therapy with the Director of Business Development for Joovv, Wes Pfiffner! Through Joovv, you can purchase medical-grade light therapy devices for personal, in-home use. Wes shares with us the uses for red light therapy—from adrenal support, hormone balance, skin health, and recovery from surgery. We talk about the difference between blue light and red light, and the ideal time of day to be exposed to each. Wes also breaks down how red light therapy works, including its involvement with mitochondria production and blood flow for healing. By the end of our conversation, you’ll be itching to prioritize your light exposure in the same way you prioritize diet and exercise!

 

We also talk about:

  • Growing up in the Midwest
  • The backstory of Joovv
  • Turning your iPhone red
  • How distance and dosage affect results
  • Adenosine’s effect on sleep
  • Using red light with kids and pets
  • Intermittent eating and seasonal eating
  • What to look for when purchasing a red light

 

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Jan 23, 2020
Ep. 291 - Awaken Your Sovereignty with Heath Ellis
01:48:57

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K + L kick off today with holiday reflection time! The ladies ended their tour in Miami, which turned into a little vacay with some friends, family, and their significant others. Tune in to hear about their clubbin’, beachin’, and shroomin’ adventures! For Christmas, L journeyed into the desert with her family, then spent some dreamy time in New York with her boyfriend. K went the atypical route of spending less time with her family this holiday season. She shares how she spent this much needed decompression and alone time, and her total ‘life edit’ that took place. K + L also delve into the feelings that surfaced, and how they support themselves in those low moments.

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Today we are digging into the male perspective on upleveling with Heath Ellis! As a Soul Coach for Men, Heath helps men shift the trajectory of their lives and come into alignment with their purpose—what he calls “the path of the conscious man.” Krista’s fiancé, Justin, had a very impactful coaching session with Heath, and is joining in on the conversation.

Heath shares how he was not always on this path of self-knowing, and completely changed the direction of his life in his late 20s. Although successful, he was miserable in his job, and decided to change the course of his life after a meditation retreat and his Akashic Records reading (aka your soul’s record). In our conversation, we talk greatly about the differences in the masculine and feminine approaches to healing. Heath explores holding vs. creating space, patterns of limiting beliefs, and steps to helping men be more sovereign. He explains his structure for checking in with your partner on how each of you is doing, and Krista and Justin share how they implement this practice. We wrap up the conversation with insightful books, and Heath reveals the key to a successful self-care ritual.

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We also talk about:

  • Why Heath left his software company
  • How Heath began shifting problems and pain points
  • What are Akashic Records?
  • How men hold space for each other
  • What women can do to help the men in their life
  • Making vulnerability sexy for men
  • Codependency
  • Fear & lack of self-acceptance
  • How men can hold space for women
  • Holding space & listening without needing to respond

 

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Jan 21, 2020
Ep. 290 - Lindsey Simcik on Finding Your Voice
01:21:04

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Tune in for some exciting announcements! On Sunday, January 19 at 5pm PST, K + L are hosting a free live training. They will be giving their 5 tips on how to get your first 1,000 listens and turn it into a million! After the webinar, your PodcastPro 2.0 launches. It is designed to help you launch, grow, and monetize your own podcast based on what has and has not worked for K + L. In this catch up sesh, the ladies also reflect on their growth with Almost 30, and why podcasting is their medium of choice.

 

THE SOLO

In today’s solo episode with Lindsey, she 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.

Lindsey takes you on a journey, exploring periods in life that influenced her self-expression—like being bullied in 8th grade—to where she is now. Her current vocal coach has been integral in her understanding of ‘allowing’ vs. ‘pushing,’ and she invites you to explore ways this applies to you. Lindsey also shares questions to ask yourself to acknowledge physical and emotional blocks, how to warm up your voice for communication and singing, and breath work for opening and surrendering.

 

She also talks about:

  • Why we limit our self-expression
  • L’s college relationship vs. current relationship
  • How failing to ground affects communication
  • The ways we make things more difficult
  • How to check in with yourself + nourish yourself
  • Revisiting your childlike self

 

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Jan 16, 2020
Ep. 289 - Empowered Sex with Alexandra Fine
01:18:55

We’re talking sex, pleasure, and relationships with sexologist, Alexandra Fine! Alexandra is the cofounder and CEO of the sexual wellness company, Dame Products. From personal and couple’s vibrators, to sex pillows and natural lubricants—Dame is a one-stop-shop for all your sexual needs.

In our conversation, Alex unravels her journey to creating Dame. She felt the sex toy industry was out of date, so she began by making vibrators in her kitchen and having her friends test them out. We ask about her experience with pushback and shame for her career choice, and how she navigates that. Alex shares her experience with getting to know and exploring her own body, and why she encourages diversity in masturbation routines. We dive into non-monogamy relationships, with Alex being very open about her monogamish marriage, including how they make it work and benefits of sexual freedom. We also talk about the polarity of the porn industry, health benefits of orgasms, and masturbation as a form of meditation.

 

We also talk about:

  • The process of building prototypes
  • Statistics on women’s orgasms
  • Having gratitude for passion from jealousy
  • Men’s responses to bringing toys into the bedroom
  • Education and communication with our sexual needs

 

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Jan 14, 2020
Ep. 288 - Nikki Glaser Facing Fear of Sex + Intimacy
01:45:31

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K + L are celebrating Almost 30 nation. Today they are highlighting an inspiring message from community member, Lucinda! This sparks a conversation around pursuing your passion, quitting your job, and the energetic compensation from creating art. Krista admits what she recently learned aboutInstagram story highlights, and they ladies share some funny DMs.

 

THE INTERVIEW

She is an icon, a complete open book, and always speaks her damn truth—please welcome comedian Nikki Glaser! If you’re familiar with Nikki’s comedy, you know she doesn’t hold back. She shares how, as a child, she learned to keep quiet because her dark humor wasn’t received well. Comedy gave her permission to be herself, so she’s passionate about being that open and honest voice for women. Be sure to checkout Bangin’, her recent stand-up special on Netflix, as well as her morning radio show, You Up With Nikki Glaser.

 

In today’s conversation, we dive deep into the fear of intimacy, expectations around dating, self-worth & appearance, and sexual relationships. Nikki vulnerably shares how intimacy and sex don’t come naturally to her, and how recently she’s focused on creating a friendship before entering a romantic relationship. She shares her view on orgasms and her new rule when it comes to compliments. We talk about how society places such an emphasis on aesthetic and appearance, and how this can be damaging for women more than men. Nikki also shares her evolution of self-care, including no longer drinking alcohol, and how transcendental meditation helped her overcome depression.

 

We also talk about:

  • Being sheltered as a kid
  • Managing men’s emotions
  • Commitment before sex
  • Playing games with guys
  • Why Nikki quit drinking
  • Leaning into your feelings

 

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Jan 09, 2020
Ep. 287 - Creative Catharsis with Mari Andrew
01:37:12

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K + L are coming at you from their new studio! They kick off today’s conversation by sharing a deeply resonating quote. Arriving to our truth, the purity of our essence, and allowing ourselves to be are some of the ideas the ladies discuss. Also tune in for L’s story about her peculiar neighbors and their hallway gym!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are sitting down with writer, illustrator, and author of Am I There Yet?, Mari Andrew! In our conversation, we talk greatly about emotions and creativity—from growing up as a creative, self-parenting, emotional intelligence, boundaries, and public vulnerability. Mari shares her experience as an only child who never fit in, but knew adult life would be different. She reflects on how this allowed her to really explore her soul through writing, stories, and poetry, although she didn’t identify as a creative person when she was younger. Mari opens up about being estranged from her father for six years before he died, and the spectrum of emotions that accompanied that loss. We also 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.

 

We also talk about:

  • Traveling solo
  • Feeling comfortable being alone
  • Bringing yourself out of your own circumstance
  • Why Mari decided to write a book
  • Deriving self-worth from a man
  • Self-parenting and knowing your worth
  • Putting energy into all areas of life vs. a new relationship 
  • Importance of play & laughter
  • What’s in store for 2020

 

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Jan 07, 2020
Ep. 286 - Self Healing with Dr. Nicole LePera
01:45:29

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K + L are kicking off the new year with some honest conversation and inward reflection! They explore what it means to embody gratitude and live in joy, while also moving through the difficult times in life. They share how they’ve been feeling about their workflow, and how their previous corporate jobs have benefited them today. You’ll also learn who makes up the amazing team of Almost 30!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are joined by holistic psychologist, Dr. Nicole LePera! We love following her inspiring posts on Instagram that give insight and tools into mental wellness and healing. Dr. LePera begins by sharing how she struggled with high anxiety for most of her life, which led her into self-researching ways to heal. She emphasizes the importance of consistency with diet, sleep, and movement for helping to lower anxiety and regulate a dis-regulated nervous system. We ask about anxiety around sleep, and Dr. LePera explains how retraining our focus to be outside of our mind through breath work can help with sleep issues. She unpacks how we create stories about ourselves based on others’ behavior, and how to depersonalize those experiences. We also dive into authenticity in relationships, the power of our subconscious mind, and the connection between anxiety and being out of alignment.

 

We also talk about:

  • Nutrition and lifestyle affecting anxiety
  • Gut health and emotional wellness
  • Changing the definition of trauma
  • Big ’T’ vs. little ’t’ trauma
  • Bringing awareness to our emotions
  • Familiarity and our subconscious
  • Boundary vs. ultimatum
  • Highest self work

 

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Jan 02, 2020
Ep. 285 - 2019 Reflection + 2020 Intention with K + L
01:19:29

Today’s the last episode of the year and decade! K & L reflect and go deep into their own personal transformations, wins, learnings, and what they want to release moving into 2020. They highlight ways Almost 30 nation has impacted them, and how creating community through the live shows and ambassador program has fed their hearts. Some internal transformations include L sharing how therapy has changed her life, while K explores personal responsibility and her inward journey of co-creating with the universe. If you’re beating yourself up over failures, they gently remind you to have compassion for yourself because that’s where growth occurs. K & L also delve into the evolution of their wellness journeys, being intentional about tracking your goals, and taking feedback when it’s from an aligned space. They share questions you can ask yourself to reflect on 2019 and intentionally move into this new decade.

 

They also talk about:

  • Learning to trust themselves
  • Valuing integrity and having high standards
  • What their mistakes have taught them
  • Creating space for rest & sitting in the pause of life
  • Letting go of fear based patterns
  • Re-institutionalizing A30 online and as a business with Aaron Rose
  • Using feedback and interactions for growth
  • Krista’s acceptance of her body
  • Abraham-hicks influence on thoughts around food & wellness

 

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Dec 31, 2019
Ep. 284 - Stand Out Moments of 2019 Part 2
01:20:49

Welcome to the Best of 2019 Part 2! We’ve had so many amazing guests and conversations throughout the year and love revisiting some of the most popular and insightful episodes you all love. Today we are highlighting eight conversations from the year.  It was so difficult to choose only eight, but we know you mm hmm and ah-ha you’re way through these~ If we haven’t told you lately, we are so grateful for YOU, our amazing community, and are proud to be on this journey with you.

Today we highlight conversations with…

  • Performer and writer, Travis Alabanza shares their experience being a queer voice in the performance space, dealing with harassment, and how we achieve through community versus individualism.
  • The founder and CEO of Bulletproof, Dave Asprey, unpacks the science of gratitude, making health our own science experiment, biohacking to perform at a high level, and why you need to know your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Triple certified nutritionist, functional medicine practitioner and cognitive behavioral therapist, Dana James, joins us to talk about emotional safety, external factors influencing self-worth, how to reprogram lifestyle and food behaviors, how to eat and live based on archetype (The Archetype Diet), reducing stress, and the gut microbiome.
  • Author of Earth is Hiring, Peta Kelly, talks about her evolution into motherhood, freedom of speech, expectations of social media and making judgments, as well as personal responsibility.
  • Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, delves into diversity in the workplace, teaching boys and girls about money, and the difference in how women and men are taught to view finances.
  • Pia Baroncini, creator of LPA, talks about her experience being in the social space, sharing life on social media, and how she manages experiencing negativity online.
  • Cal Newport is a Georgetown University professor and has written six books, including Digital Minimalism, Deep Work, and So Good They Can’t Ignore You. We talk about smartphone and Facebook addiction, minimizing time on our phones along with daily hacks and strategies for families. He also explores the purpose of boredom and loneliness.
  • Whitney Port, previously seen on ‘The Hills’, is host of the With Whit podcast. She dives into how growing up on reality TV has shaped her, creating her own life and finding her path, losing her father, and gratitude and silver linings after grief.

 

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Dec 26, 2019
Ep. 283 - Stand Out Moments of 2019 Part 1
01:13:19

Today’s episode is chock full of insight and inspiration from seven people we respect and love! With 2019 coming to a close, we compiled highlights from some of the most impactful and inspirational conversations of the year.

  • It begins with renowed speaker and host of The Unspoken Podcast, Ruthie Lindsey, sharing her thoughts around shame and sex, feeling connected to source, and falling in love with yourself.
  • Shaman Durek, a gifted healer and author of Spirit Hacking, speaking to QUEEN energy, knowing yourself first, and examples of women feeling empowered.
  • We explore confidence, insecurities, finding your path, desire and self-pleasure with clinical sexologist and author of The Game of Desire, Shan BOODY.
  • Travel writer and New York Times best selling author of To Shake the Sleeping Self, Jedidiah Jenkins unpacks how he channels creativity and how to be kind to your future self.
  • We dive into the gut-brain connection, wheat industry in America, and sugar vs. artificial sugar with Board-Certified Neurologist and author of Grain Brain, Dr. Perlmutter.
  • Conscious culture and life design coach (plus our personal coach!), Aaron Rose, gets deep on searching for our relatable brilliance instead of flaws, and giving ourselves permission to dream of what’s possible.
  • We then wrap it up with motivational coach and world-renowned cycle instructor, Angela Manuel-Davis, who shares her upbringing, what it means to hold space, living your purpose, and working through limiting beliefs.

 

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Dec 24, 2019
Ep. 282 - Light Management for Optimal Mental + Physical Health with Andy Mant
01:45:06

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As 2019 is wrapping up, so have their live shows! K + L reflect on how they’ve been feeling since their tour ended, along with being conscious and intentional with gifts this holiday season. Find out some items on their wish lists (they are all about organization and function), and brands they are gifting this year.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Buckle up for today’s insightful episode with the founder and CEO of BLUblox, Andy Mant! We are huge fans of BLUblox, which provide evidence based products and resources around blue light. Andy is a wealth of knowledge on how light affects our hormones and overall health, and today he shares that with us.

We kick it off with Andy sharing why we should avoid eating all of our meals under artificial light. He explains the problem with most blue blocker glasses on the market, and the different types of light we need throughout the day. Andy reveals the benefits of watching the sunrise and sunset, and the connection between melanin production and UV protection. We talk about hormones, breast milk, and how this can affect a babies sleep cycle.

Andy gives us the run-down on EMFs—what they are and how they harm our health. We also dive into how artificial light affects the nutritional content of plants, and Andy shares his experience on the carnivore diet. We ask him to share a play by play of his day, and he also gives actionable tips you can begin today!

 

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  • The best way to do intermittent fasting
  • What time of the day to eat and how much
  • When and when not to wear sunscreen
  • The problems with melatonin supplementation
  • Hacks for flying and beating jet lag
  • Grounding shoes

 

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Dec 19, 2019
Ep. 281 - Vibrating Higher with Lalah Delia
01:35:55

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In today’s catch up sesh with K + L, they’re talking friends, phones, and psychedelic experiences. They ponder the conundrum of how to connect and support friends without spending more time on our phones. K shares her recent experience with the Saint Jhn concert, fake tickets, and mushrooms. Tune in for some mind-expanding talk about projected reality and K + L’s personal experiences!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are sitting down with spiritual writer, wellness educator, and author of Vibrate Higher Daily, Lalah Delia! To kick off this empowering conversation, we explore what it means to focus our energy on meaningful causes without spreading ourselves thin. For Lalah, this includes knowing cancer-causing products associated with California Proposition 65. She shares tips for removing toxins from your body and environment, like plants for filtering the air. 

We then ask Lalah about her spiritual journey and what it means to vibrate higher. She shares her personal experience with identifying as a victim to unpack how we can change the beliefs that keep us out of our power. We breakdown what it means to show up, hold space, and be a meaningful presence for those around us. Lalah reveals the essence of being a vibrational being, and how it influences the way we connect with others and experience the world. She provides guidance for learning to let your intuition lead you, and mantras for mindfulness.

 

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  • Vibrating higher in relationships
  • Surrendering to help
  • Fear of being with yourself
  • The power of grace
  • Standing in your knowing
  • Forgiveness & vibratory rate
  • Lalah’s forms of self-care 

 

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Dec 17, 2019
Ep. 280 - Mckel Hill on Creating a Healthier Relationship with Food
01:19:43

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K + L are back from Australia! Today they are reflecting on their live shows with Rosie Acosta in Melbourne, and Jess Sepel in Sydney. Diet culture, mental health stigmas, intuitive nudges, and K + L’s extreme side-parts are just some of the highlights! K also shares her tactic for getting someone to confess, especially when it comes to cheating.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are joined by Registered Dietitian and creator of Nutrition Stripped, McKel Hill! Our conversation explores nutrition and fostering a healthy lifestyle. We also talk about how she has built a sustainable business and online courses. We kick it off with setting intentions and building self-worth for healthy relationships. McKel then shares her health journey with chronic migraines, and how she learned to practically eliminate them through food and lifestyle adjustment. When it comes to nutrition and diets, we ask how to decipher between what’s trending and what’s going to support YOU. McKel also talks about mindfulness and awareness, and shares two questions to ask yourself to intentionally begin your day!

When it comes to building her business, McKel details what going “all-in” looked like for her, and opens up about the challenges she faced along the way. She shares her tactic for outsourcing business, tips for using social media, and advice for creating and marketing an online course. Throughout our entire conversation, McKel shares actionable steps you can take NOW for your health and business!

 

We also talk about:

  • Practices that build self-worth
  • McKel’s tips for getting to the root cause of migraines
  • Learning to slow down to support yourself
  • One practice to strengthen your intuition
  • Framework for intuitive eating
  • Being in touch with your community’s needs
  • McKel’s morning routine and smoothie tips
  • McKel’s supplement choices

 

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Dec 12, 2019
Ep. 279 - Robin Arzón on Rewriting Trauma + Creating Legacy
01:20:44

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As the holidays are approaching, K + L explore feelings that may arise. They talk about past experiences, changing up routines, letting go of expectations, and leaning into uncomfortable emotions. The ladies also dive into the holidays as a rest period and the start of new beginnings. What emotions are up for you? They are here to support you and talk about it all! 

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we welcome Vice President of Fitness Programming and Head Instructor at Peloton, Robin Arzón! Robin is the New York Times best selling author of Shut Up and Run, the Global Brand Ambassador for Adidas, former lawyer, an ultra-runner, and certified bada$$.

Our conversation begins with Robin sharing her traumatic experience of being held hostage at gunpoint. On her journey to heal she fell in love with running, which helped her transformher trauma into power. Robin unpacks the difference between victim mentality and acknowledging pain to move through it. We ask why she began studying law, and Robin shares how her parents backgrounds and the area she grew up influenced her mindset, drive, and passion to pursue greatness. Robin explains how she pivoted into a fitness focused career and created a consultancy that developed into her brand.

Robin has always been passionate about legacy creation, and truly lives and breathes her purpose. We ask how she believes we find purpose, along with creating moments of purpose throughout the day. She also shares her view of the fitness and wellness space as a woman of color. To end this impactful conversation, Robin reveals why she became a vegan! There are so many nuggets of wisdom and inspiration in this episode—we can’t wait to share it with you.

 

We also talk about:

  • Listening to your body to unpack emotions
  • Advocating for your own care
  • Type 1 diabetes as a hidden struggle
  • Robin’s spiritual path
  • How Robin began teaching spin
  • Showing up fully and creating space
  • How Robin decompresses and recharges her energy
  • Balance versus purpose
  • The question Robin asks to enter a place of gratitude
  • Why Robin became a vegan

 

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  • Big shoutout to our newest team member, Julia! We wouldn’t be us without our incredible team. So much love and thanks to Cat and Tiffany!

 

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Dec 10, 2019
Ep. 278 - Veganism + Sustainable Living with Jenne Claiborne
01:45:05

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K + L are kicking today off with some SNL love, period-talk, sound baths, and church! If you don’t know, now you know—Krista is all about decompressing through sound baths. Today she reflects on how her most recent experience wasn’t conducive to the alone time she’s been craving. Lindsey recounts her second church outing of the week, giving detail on what it’s like to attend this church in Los Angeles. Tune in to find out who L sat behind in church, and how this is tied to K’s favorite Instagram story of all time.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are sitting down with vegan chef, blogger, and author of the cookbook Sweet Potato Soul, Jenné Claiborne! She is the sweetest soul, has amazing vegan recipes, and is a beautiful example of creating a life you love. Before digging into the foodie conversation, Jenné reveals how she did her wedding on a budget (only spending $400 on her wedding dress!). We ask where Jenné’s vegan story began, and she shares how her first introduction to veganism was through her dad’s religious background. It was the exposure to the ethical side of veganism that actually had her changing her diet from mostly plant-based to vegan. Jenné recounts the journey of her career—from going to school for acting, to a private chef in NYC, to now being a full-time blogger with a YouTube channel. We also ask her recommendations for transitioning to veganism, any controversies she encounters online, and her experience with being a woman of color in the wellness space.

 

We also talk about:

  • Helping people align with their values
  • Jenné’s desire to be an entrepreneur
  • How word-of-mouth helped grow her business
  • How ethnic food can easily be vegan
  • Privilege and being vegan
  • Deregulation of organic labeling laws
  • The problems with factory farming
  • How being a mother has fulfilled her
  • Jenné’s experience with mom-guilt

 

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Dec 05, 2019
Ep. 277 - Our 30’s Uncensored with Girls Gotta Eat Podcast
01:35:21

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Get ready for K + L updates from the Land Down Under! The ladies are in Melbourne, Australia for their live event with Rosie Acosta, and have some stories to share about their experience (Aussie accents included!). They also reflect on how their live events have evolved over time. They talk about the importance of each event being a show and also a conversation with the audience, so everyone feels seen and heard!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today, we are going behind the scenes of Girls Gotta Eat podcast with hosts Rayna Greenberg and Ashley Hesseltine. We absolutely love these ladies’ humor, energy, and HUSTLE! Ashley and Rayna are incredibly thoughtful about making their business sustainable, and they share ways in which they push the envelope. You get the scoop on how they met and began their podcast, along with how they maintain their friendship and business partnership. On their show, R + A are very open about guys they are dating (or banging!), so we ask how that affects relationships. They share how the podcast has strengthened their connections with family and friends, and how they’ve created boundaries around the types of jokes they make. We also dig into their relationship with social media and how they handle negative feedback. R + A share a plethora of funny dating stories, toxic friendship breakup advice, and their personal perspectives on sex and dating!

Ashley and Rayna are currently on tour, so checkout locations and dates here!

 

We also talk about:

  • Loving someone but disliking them on social media
  • Ways A + R have evolved in their careers
  • How A + R separate their responsibilities
  • Ways A + R differ in their personalities
  • Benefits of female partnerships
  • A + R’s view of spirituality and karma
  • Ashley’s tarot reading

 

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  • All the love and thanks to everyone who attended our live event in Melbourne, Australia with Rosie Acosta! Check her out on Instagram @rosieacosta.

 

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Dec 03, 2019
Ep. 276 - Digital Minimalism +The Importance of Deep Work with Cal Newport
01:46:52

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Is it a negative sign to feel pain after the chiropractor? Or could it be locked up emotions that need to be released? Krista is looking for your feedback! K + L also share a personal anecdote from an Almost 30 listener. This sparks a conversation around the power of micro impacts and how messages come to us at the right time.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Buckle up for today’s episode with Georgetown University professor and New York Times bestselling author, Cal Newport! Cal has written six books, including Digital Minimalism, Deep Work, and So Good They Can’t Ignore You. Today, we are scratching the surface of these incredibly powerful and insightful reads.

Are you searching for an answer as to why we compulsively look at our phones? Cal reveals the role Facebook and social approval indicators have played in our increased usage. We talk about how phones keep us from feeling boredom and loneliness, and why feeling boredom is actually beneficial. When it comes to the concept of ‘deep work,’ Cal explains why it is a valuable yet rare skill, and how practicing it will allow you to produce higher quality work at a faster rate. He explains factors that affect our ability to do deep work, and we discuss how being unavailable due to an appointment is more socially acceptable than taking deep work time. We then ask Cal why “follow your passion” is actually bad advice, and he shares how passion is something you cultivate over time, which leads to fulfillment and success in your career.

You’ll learn daily hacks for minimizing the time on your phone, and a strategy for families that want to use phones as a tool versus a constant companion. Cal emphasizes being intentional about what you use, why you use it, and how you use it. Let’s go!

 

We also talk about:

  • Why ‘focusing’ takes practice
  • How deep work reduces the phenomenon “attention residue”
  • The effect of A.I. on deep work
  • How servicing communications affect our anxiety levels
  • The positives and negatives of “Screen Time”
  • The way social media helps sell books
  • Facebook compared to the original idea for the internet

 

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  • Shoutout to our mobility guru, Dr. Jen Esquer! Check her out on instagram @docjenfit.
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Nov 28, 2019
Ep. 275 - ‘Inspiring Lives’ Podcast with K +L: Letting Purpose Guide You
01:30:27

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Get ready for story time with K + L! Krista and her fiancé, Justin, recently attended a comedy show. Krista shares a funny experience she and everyone in line had before they even entered the building. Then, Lindsey recounts her experience attending Sunday Service with Kanye West at the Forum. She loves exploring the concept of God, and shares how she went through every emotion—from crying to laughing—during this soul shaking experience.

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today K + L are sharing their interview from the Inspiring Lives podcast, hosted by Gary Bertwistle and created by Athletic Greens! The conversation focuses on how Almost 30 has grown over these three years, and how K + L have personally developed alongside it. As always, K + L don’t hold back when it comes to being vulnerable and honest about certain experiences. Each share what ‘trying too hard’ looks like for them, and Lindsey openly recounts how past experiences have sharpened her moral compass. Krista breaks down the weaknesses she sees in her past interview style, and Lindsey defines purpose and how she has found hers in Almost 30. They also talk about focusing on ‘being’ and slowing down the ‘doing,’ and how they each approach imposter syndrome.

 

They also talk about:

  • Why K + L started Almost 30
  • How K+L identify with Almost 30
  • Oversharing on podcasts
  • What K+L is currently working on
  • Knowing you always know the answer for yourself

 

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  • Special shoutout from Lindsey to Thad Cockrell for bringing her to the Sunday Service experience with Kanye West! Checkout Thad’s music here.

 

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Nov 26, 2019
Ep. 274 - Live Show with Stewart Pearce: Discover The Power of Your Signature Sound
01:25:11

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K + L kick off today’s episode talking all about emotions! K explores how she’s learning to be comfortable in the uncomfortable, and shares how she’s been feeling since announcing her engagement. The ladies delve into how it isn’t your job to manage others’ experiences, especially when they are displacing their emotions onto you, and the importance of not reacting from an emotional state. L then reveals how she’s been feeling about L O V E — tune in to get some deets on the guy she’s currently dating, and her wild dream about him!

 

THE INTERVIEW

Buckle up for today’s LIVE event with internationally known voice coach, sound healer, and angel communicator—Stewart Pearce! We are stoked to share this with you because Stewart’s work is incredibly powerful, and we truly feel he is an angel in human form. Instead of the normal Q&A interview experience, today’s episode is more workshop style. Stewart takes us through an exercise to find YOUR signature note and sound! He explains how this tool brings you back into harmony, allowing you to find your power by being grounded and rooted in the center of your being. Stewart also talks about speaking from the heart versus the mind, how the quality of someone’s voice shows their integrity, and balancing ‘doing’ with ‘being.’ We wrap up with some audience Q&A, and you’ll learn how to make this a daily practice!

 

We also talk about:

  • Personality as the sum of our being
  • How Greeks & Romans viewed the power of voice
  • How our sound brings our entire being into harmony
  • Love for the sake of love vs. love for the sake of being loved
  • Mindfulness and meditation
  • How the tone of our voice displays our feelings

 

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  • A big thank you and all the love to everyone who attended our live event with Stewart Pearce, and The Assemblage for hosting us!
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Nov 21, 2019
Ep. 273 - How to Consciously Co-Create with The Universe with Aaron Rose
01:59:33

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Today K + L begin by spotlighting Joe Rogan’s interview with Edward Snowden. They discuss the increase in censorship and shift in power after 9/11, then pivot to chatting about Joe’s ability to be a bada$$ + rad dad at the same time. Get ready for some lol’s as K recounts her story involving a police case, ridiculous clothes for Coachella, and a hit and run! Then L shares her friend’s experience with a medical procedure gone wrong—highlighting the importance of second opinions, asking questions, and being your own advocate in a doctors office. 

 

THE INTERVIEW

Today we are vibin’ so high with this powerful and impactful episode. It resonates so deeply with us; we can’t wait to share it with you. Our guest, Aaron Rose, is a conscious culture and life design coach, and motivational speaker. We recently started working with him to expand our knowledge on being conscious leaders.

Today Aaron joins us to illustrate his journey of growth, and how he began living his truth after growing up in a religious household that limited self-expression. For example, Aaron talks about the family newspaper he started to advocate for himself due to the discord he felt toward their religion’s lack of acceptance. He shares his coming out process, the painful conversations of trying to explain himself to his family, and how his relationship has evolved with them over the years. We then ask what it means to be ‘real’ on Instagram, and love Aaron’s answer about searching for our relatable brilliance versus flaws.

We also talk about being triggered—understanding when you’re being triggered, what to do, and the importance of allowing your emotions to flow through you. Aaron shares how dropping into your heart and cleaning up energetic patterns creates change. To wrap up, he shares his favorite books, and we spend some time nerding out on The Lord of the Rings!

 

We also talk about:

  • How being fully present with others can create discomfort
  • Aaron’s early experiences of discrimination
  • How in conflict we still yearn for connection
  • His involvement in social justice projects in high school and later
  • How we are addicted to the lows
  • Aaron’s relationship with God & faith
  • How Aaron’s work has impacted individuals, teams, work cultures

 

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Nov 19, 2019
Ep. 272 - Laticia Rolle on Valuing Sisterhood + Healing From Toxic Relationships
01:34:01

Today K + L are kicking it off with dreams and ways to cleanse your home from unwanted energy! Have you ever experienced a psychic dream? Lindsey shares a friend’s psychic dream that involved L and a new romance, then Krista illustrates her recent natural disaster dreams and the meaning behind them. Krista breaks down the exact way she’s been cleansing her apartment - from playing sounds that break up stuck energy, burning palo santo, and smudge sprays by Tisha Morris, you’ll learn some fun new ways to cleanse your home’s energy!

 

THE INTERVIEW

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.

Laticia vulnerably shares her experience with her parent’s divorce, toxic relationships, and cheating. We talk about the lows that come from heartbreak, the comparison game, and the incessant checking of the other girl’s Instagram. We explore the reasons women don’t leave cheaters, and Laticia explains why she finally ended her toxic relationship. She expresses the importance of asking for help, especially when you start over.

We ask how Laticia began fostering her authentic self, particularly after being surrounded by high-profile individuals and extreme wealth, which influenced who she ‘had’ to be. A huge takeaway from our conversation is how we need to stop comparing ourselves to other women, and begin owning the beauty and uniqueness that is YOU.

 

We also talk about:

  • Why Laticia loves modeling
  • Defining loyalty after toxic relationships
  • Gas-lighting
  • Women’s intuition
  • Laticia’s inner dialogue while being cheated on
  • Fighting for yourself and choosing yourself
  • The role guilt plays in women’s lives
  • Having a girl squad when you’re a kid
  • What Laticia is proud of right now
  • Being patient and present to your life

 

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  • Sending a heartfelt thank you to our friend from the Onsite Creatives’ Retreat, Thad Cockrell, for sharing the beautiful poem and text to Krista. Be sure to checkout his music!!

 

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Nov 14, 2019
Ep. 271 - Live Show with Heather McMahan: Life's Hard Enough, Let's Giggle
01:08:11

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!

Heather has been practicing stand-up since she was fifteen years old, and professionally for ten years. She shares the beauty she’s found during her hardest moments, like her dad’s sudden passing, and the sheer gratitude for how far she’s come—all while keeping us laughing. We ask about Heather’s relationship with Instagram (and who’s been sliding into her DMs) because she’s always keeping it REAL. Heather also shares the never-before-told, honest story of meeting her fiancé, Jeff a.k.a. “The Italian Stallion.” We get into recent ‘absolutely nots’ for Heather, some ROWDY stories from her shows, and Heather reflects on ways her dad is still impacting her.

 

We also talk about:

  • How Heather’s career changed at her lowest point
  • Heather’s experience living with her mom
  • Shared love of HomeGoods & Heather’s throw pillow obsession
  • What reality TV shows Heather’s currently loving
  • How Heather feels about where she is in her career

 

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  • Thank you to Chelsea Music Hall for hosting our event with Heather McMahan! A big shoutout to our amazing team Tiffany and Chloe, Tommy Cramer, and Asher Gardner—and of course to everyone who attended. WE LOVE YOU!

 

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Nov 12, 2019
Ep. 270 - Functional + Traditional Medicine to Treat The Whole Body with Dr. Stephen Cabral
01:35:23

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Today’s episode begins with K + L talking about moving your body and releasing emotions! Krista shares her airplane bathroom experience, and Justin’s wtf reaction to her suggesting he scream into a pillow. The ladies then reflect on the Divine Feminine Reawakening ceremony that took place at the Calamigos Ranch in Malibu. It was a day of connecting, healing, intuitive movement, and a beautiful cacao ceremony for opening the heart. K + L gush over the amazing plant-based menu from the day… L found herself sneaking a cookie in her pocket for later, duh.

 

THE INTERVIEW

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. Our conversation then covers a whole host of wellness topics—from hormone imbalance, mind-body connection, anxiety and supplements, toxins in skincare and food, and Ayurvedic doshas. We ask about alcohol’s effect on the body, how it affects sleep, and if you’re going to drink, when’s the best time. At the end, Dr. Cabral explains when women should begin preparing their bodies for pregnancy and the big five labs to get done. He is truly a wealth of knowledge, so get your notebooks out!

 

We also talk about:

  • Hormonal imbalance and cortisol levels
  • How cortisol affects sugar levels
  • Examples of deficiency leading to anxiety
  • When people should begin to supplement
  • The different types of labs to look at your vitamin levels
  • Steps to take to learn more about your food sensitivities
  • The clean fifteen and the dirty dozen lists for pesticides
  • What we’ve learned from The Blue Zones about health
  • How carbs and protein affect cortisol levels
  • Ayurvedic doshas, body types, and mental state
  • Research Dr. Stephen is passionate about

 

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  • A huge THANK YOU to healers Felicity Weston and Josie for leading the Divine Feminine Reawakening, and to all the amazing women who attended. We appreciate you and love our forever, sisterly connection! Visit Josie at elevenhealing.com, follow Felicity on Instagram @felicity.weston, and checkout their retreats @wombawakeninguk.
  • Give @livhungry a follow on Instagram! We LOVED Olivia’s incredible & nourishing plant-based menu for the Divine Feminine retreat!

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Nov 07, 2019
Ep. 269 - Tezza: Behind The Instagram
01:22:49

K & L share some details from their trip to NYC! They hit up SoulCycle and FORWARD_Space for some fun workouts, and conducted interviews for upcoming shows. They sat down with today’s guest, Tezza! Photographer, musician, creative director, stylish QUEEN whom they deeply admire… the ladies are thrilled to share this interview with you, as it gets deep and reveals a side of Tezza you may not know.

 

THE INTERVIEW

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! Tezza begins by opening up about her childhood. She was raised in Utah in a family of creative entrepreneurs, which really allowed her creativity to flourish. At age 16, she not only started her own photography business, but attended Parsons School of Design for fashion.

Our conversation gets real, honest, and emotional when she talks about her love for music and the band she formed with her sister, Sophie. During Tezza’s first year in college, Sophie unexpectedly passed away. She shares about her grieving process and how she and her family live in her sister’s memory.  We also ask about Tezza’s relationship with Instagram, creating a sustainable business, how she chooses partners and collaborations, and misconceptions people have about influencers. Tezza, WE LOVE YOU. Can’t wait for you to listen, #almost30nation.   

 

We also talk about:

  • How Tezza’s music is a spiritual experience
  • Using your voice and being authentic
  • What Tezza’s creative process looks like
  • The work dynamic between Tezza and her husband
  • Tezza’s self-care routine
  • A recent, exciting moment in Tezza’s career
  • What Tezza is really proud of right now

 

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  • If you’re in NYC, checkout the dance classes at FORWARD_Space!
  • Give Tommy Cramer a follow on insta! He came on tour with us in NYC—we love his humor and photography.
  • Shoutout to Sonder for making our stay in NYC cozy and classy! Use code ALMOST30 for a 10% discount on your stay.

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Nov 05, 2019
Ep. 268 - Live Show with Erin Claire Jones: Living Your Human Design
01:22:59

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The ladies are back from their tour stops in NYC with Heather McMahan, Erin Claire, and Stewart Pearce! K & L are thrilled to bring you on tour with them as they share these live shows as upcoming episodes—today’s with Erin Claire is the first! It is all about Human Design. K & L begin today’s episode by sharing some information from the blueprints Erin created for them. Krista also details part of her meeting with Deborah Hanekamp, a.k.a. Mama Medicine, who teaches her how to read healthy versus dark auras.

 

THE INTERVIEW

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. Erin explains how to make decisions based on your ‘Inner Authority,’ and how your ‘Not-Self Theme’ is an easy way to know when you’re off track. We talk about the shadow parts of the chart, the colors of the channels, and what each of the ‘Profile’ numbers mean. Erin fabulously makes this information digestible so you may learn more about yourself and this insightful system.

 

We also talk about:

  • The origin story of Human Design
  • The white vs. colored areas on the design charts
  • The benefits of sleeping alone, alone time, & being in nature
  • Navigating relationships based on design
  • How human design gives insights into eating and nutrition
  • The meaning of the black and red colors in the channels

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  • So much love and gratitude to everyone who attended our live shows with Heather McMahan, Erin Claire, and Stewart Pearce in NYC!
  • Special thanks to The Assemblage John Street for having us for our events with Erin Claire Jones and Stewart Pearce!

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Oct 31, 2019
Ep. 267 -Manifesting The One
01:11:39

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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!

THE SOLO

…Krista is ENGAGED! Today she is taking us through the magic that is her and Justin’s story. From meeting over 10 years ago, to the psychic that foretold their relationship, to working through trust issues—you’re getting all the details! She begins by getting real on how it was difficult to own the engagement, and vulnerably shares the variety of emotions involved. We learn the message Krista received in her healing session, and her goal of staying grounded throughout the wedding process. Then K illustrates the journey of their relationship. This includes college decisions, a past relationship, her mantra to manifest Justin, and the importance of expressing appreciation and love. Tune in for this raw, honest and insightful solo episode!

 

She also talks about:

  • What K’s working on in 2020
  • Pressure and overwhelm of planning a wedding
  • Their engagement story!
  • K’s meeting with a psychic after her college breakup
  • The details of what K wanted in her dream guy
  • K’s decision to visit Patagonia for a month before moving to NY
  • How K worked through her trust issues
  • Moving to LA from NY to find their path and purpose
  • The difficulties K & J experienced in LA
  • The lesson K learned about treating Justin as her #1

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Oct 29, 2019
Ep. 266 - Cathy Heller on The Power of Enthusiasm, Alone Time + Radical Empathy
02:06:22

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

 

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Oct 24, 2019
Ep. 265 - Jedidiah Jenkins on Faith and Sexuality + The Adventure of Finding Personal Truth
01:57:07

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

 

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Oct 22, 2019
Ep. 264 - ClassPass’s Payal Kadakia on the Problem Solving Cycle + How to Act on Your WHY
01:19:02

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.

 

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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

 

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Oct 17, 2019
Ep. 263 - Natalia Benson on The Energetics of Money + Calling in a Vibrational Match
01:46:15

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

 

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Oct 15, 2019
Ep. 262 - Sarah Vermunt on Navigating Career Growth, Negotiating a Pay Raise + Building Confidence
01:15:22

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

 

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Oct 10, 2019
Ep. 261 - Lindsey’s Skin Journey: Cystic Acne, Chinese Medicine + Emotional Release
02:04:54

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

 

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Oct 08, 2019
Bonus - Nai Vasha & Sophia Chang on Defying Stereotypes, Pushing Limits + Cultivating Community at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival
33:19

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”

 

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Oct 04, 2019
Ep. 260 - Gigi and Bryce Goldman on Pivoting Quickly + The Power of Recognizing Your Successes
01:31:44

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

 

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Oct 03, 2019
Ep. 259 - LaRayia Gaston on Breaking Stigmas Around Homelessness + Healing with Radical Love
01:52:27

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 

 

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Oct 01, 2019
Bonus - Optimal Fitness, Emotional Health, + Community Connection with Gunnar Peterson and Luke Milton
30:23

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 

 

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Sep 27, 2019
Ep. 258 - Deep Healing: Onsite Workshops Solo with Krista and Lindsey
54:40

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

 

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Sep 26, 2019
Ep. 257 - Gabrielle Bernstein on Being a ‘Super Attractor’ + Overcoming Postpartum Depression
01:26:22

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

 

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Sep 24, 2019
Bonus - Cassey Ho on Cultivating a Positive Body Image + Creating Happiness Through Fitness at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival
29:55

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

 

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Sep 20, 2019
Ep. 256 - Krista Williams on Her Silent Retreat Experience
58:39

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

 

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Sep 19, 2019
Ep. 255 - Brittany Piper on Life After Sexual Assault + Healing a Broken System
01:40:04

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

 

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Sep 17, 2019
Bonus - Nicole Lapin on Avoiding Burnout, Finding Balance + Being Financially Well at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival
36:47

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

 

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Sep 13, 2019
Ep. 255 - April Pfender on Reiki Attunement, Ascension + Aliens
02:00:53

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

 

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Sep 12, 2019
Ep. 254 - Kelly Love on Creating a Safe, Nontoxic Home for Clean Living
01:15:03

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

 

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Sep 10, 2019
Bonus - Lauren Ash on The Power of Sisterhood, Setting Intentions + Preventative Self-Care at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival
33:23

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.

 

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  • 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

 

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Sep 06, 2019
Ep. 252 - Sara Panton on Entrepreneurship, Creating Rituals + The Science of Essential Oils
01:38:09

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

 

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Sep 05, 2019
Ep. 251 - Bumble’s Alex Williamson on Shifting Gender Dynamics, Dating + Creating a Safe Space Online
01:35:10

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

 

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Sep 03, 2019
Bonus - Simone De La Rue on Surrender, + Body Acceptance After Pregnancy at Propel CoLabs Fitness Festival