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Oct 30, 2018

We have been big fans of Iliza Shlesinger for-ev-er.  Her ability to find humor to connect people around important topics, to stay relevant and inclusive, and to make audiences laugh show after show, is so inspiring.  Iliza has been a comedian for over a decade now, but since winning Season 6 of Last Comic Standing, she has truly been unstoppable and ever-evolving.  With four Netflix comedy specials, a co-star in her first movie out next year, her 5th special on the horizon, and material that is vulnerable, empowering, and hilarious, Iliza is making people laugh and think. . We talk about what it’s like to be recognized in public, positive and negative feedback from society, and what it’s like to be a powerhouse woman in comedy. With Iliza working on a new movie, we also take a minute to laugh over our fake Boston accents!  

 

It’s so refreshing to watch Iliza perform.  Whether she’s in character as a gazelle or herself, there is truth in both.  You can tell she has been herself since day one. Iliza is playful, unbelievably smart, and has worked hard on her way to the top.

 

We also talk about…

  • Letting comments and remarks go
  • The #metoo movement
  • Iliza’s evolution as a comic
  • Creating and preparing for her special, Elder Millennial
  • Why she decided to not share her relationship on social media
  • Plus, Iliza answers questions from #ALMOST30NATION

 

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Oct 25, 2018

We are taking a look into the cosmos today with astrologer, Aliza Kelly! At times, astrology can be confusing, but Aliza’s super down to Earth approach makes astrology so much easier to digest and understand. Aliza serves as the in-house astrologer and occult story columnist for Allure Magazine, as well as creating the moneyscopes for Cheddar.com. She shares with us how her uncle peaked her interest in the world of astrology, but how she didn’t fully immerse herself in the world until many years later, when she created a dating app rooted in astrological compatibility. In our conversation, we talk all about eclipses, retrogrades, and saturn returns - oh my! We also quickly discover the ties that the planetary alignment has with the political atmosphere, relationships, and how we can all use astrology as a window to take a look into the future. Listen up as Aliza gives a glimpse into each planet to helps us all understand our own sign, and why we have the characteristics that we do. The Mixology of Astrology, Aliza’s new book, just came out - be sure to grab a copy to better understand how astrology can be used in all aspects of your life, even down to the happy hour drink you sip on!

 

We also talk about...

  • Eclipses: how they differ + what they mean
  • What’s the big deal with retrogrades?
  • What each planet brings to the astrological table
  • Astrology and relationships
  • The different types of astrology
  • Aliza answers questions from #ALMOST30NATION

 

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Oct 23, 2018

This conversation with Adi was so refreshing, and totally necessary given today’s climate. He is very clear with his points, his intentions, and his message surrounding drugs and addiction. Adi Jaffe, PhD, is a research psychologist, addiction specialist, and founder of IGNTD - Igniting Lives Beyond Limits. A nationally recognized speaker and expert on mental health and stigma, he has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, Good Morning America, CNN and more. His Tedx Talk on shame has been seen by nearly 500,000 people. Adi’s approach to addiction is so incredible, as he lifts the shame around it to make it more suitable for progression and healing, offering grace in a conversation that tends to have none.

Adi’s own story is beautiful, and we appreciate his openness and honesty in sharing it with us all. We take a deep dive into who Adi was before he met Sophie from selling ecstasy, to struggling with depression, to beginning to experiment with harder drugs, like meth. We hear the differences between the drugs he took, and how with each step he took, the harder it was to break free from the addiction. Adi also shares the reality of trying to rebuild a life after addiction and a criminal record, and the beginning stages of his relationship with Sophie. It is truly their differences that make the relationship strong, balanced, and beautiful. Adi tells us all about his brand new book, The Abstinence Myth, and what sparked this incredible take on the connection between abstinence and addiction.

 

We also talk about...

  • Adi’s motivation to get clean
  • What he learned in jail
  • The 4 factors of addiction  
  • Conversations around shame + how to have them
  • Reframing the idea of an addict
  • An IGNTD success story

 

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Oct 18, 2018

We are hanging with our soul sister, the funny + beautiful, Sahara Rose. Everyone in our Secret Facebook group can’t stop talking about our first ever episode with Sahara, over a year ago. With her new GORGEOUS cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh, being released, we knew we had to have her back on. Sahara created this cookbook as a way to bring the beauty of Ayurveda to modern times in easy, accessible recipes that are sure to help you live more aligned with your doshas.

In the episode, you’ll get a run down of the 3 doshas (for a deeper look, listen to our first episode with Sahara), how she brought India to life in the pages of her new cookbook, and why it was important to her to work with local photographers for this project. We all had a good laugh over how Vata Lindsey is, and how Pitta Krista is - but Krista with those beautiful Kapha cheeks and Lindsey spending time on the toilet like a true Pitta, we dive into possible combos! PLUS the why behind the recipes Sahara chose to put in her cookbook. We also dish on dosha’s! Sahara shares why she knew she wanted to be with a Pitta guy, and how her dating experience with a Kapha helped her come to that realization. The two of us just couldn’t love this girl any more.

 

We also discuss...

  • Looking back at Sahara’s transition from her first book to her second  
  • What tri-doshic cooking is
  • The 6 tastes in Ayurveda  
  • Sahara’s favorite recipes in her cookbook
  • Tips on creating powerful passive income

 

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Oct 16, 2018

Recent discussions in our Secret Facebook group inspired today’s episode.  So many of you have turned to the group for guidance and advice surrounding the pain of grief and loss.  How do we cope? Does it get easier? When our loved one’s pass, where do they go and how do they feel? Tim Braun is a world-renowned medium who has performed over 15,000 individual sittings across two decades, and has become the medium people connect with to heal in the wake of losing a loved one or immense loss.

 

Tim is so kind, funny, and intentional.  He does not filter what comes through from the other side.  His gift is to bring forth the messages from loved ones passed to those still in the physical world.  Lindsey has been sitting with Tim once a year for about three years. Each time, she experiences deep healing in connecting with her loved ones and friends who have passed.  Often times they have messages for her about what is currently happening in her life, which is immensely comforting and affirming that they are with us always.

 

We discuss…

  • Lindsey and Krista’s reading with Tim
  • Healthy ego + staying within our humbleness
  • When Tim realized he had his gift + how he learned to use it
  • Tim’s aspirations to be a talk show host
  • Getting some answers about aliens, psychics, and more
  • Tim’s skepticism
  • When we pass over
  • What Tim sees, hears, and feels during a reading
  • Grief, loss, and how to cope
  • Everyone has intuition!!
  • What it’s like at Tim’s live events
  • God giveth + God taketh

 

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Oct 11, 2018

Today we’re talking to Sebastian Terry, the founder of “100 Things” and “Kindsum”.  Sebastian is inspiring people all over the world to give themselves the permission to define how they want to live their lives.  . Sebastian first created a bucket list of 100 things after losing a dear friend at a young age. He reevaluated the way he was living his life and whether he was truly happy..

 

Sebastian’s priorities shifted and he dedicated his time to his list.  A list that lit him up and helped him to get to know himself better, to know what truly made him happy.  .Once the world caught on to Sebastian’s magnetic adventure, he started to ask others, #WhatsOnYourList? His book, TV series, and talks around the world are inspiring people to shake off what people think they should do, and follow what makes them truly happy.  

 

He’s also launching a new project designed to bring more happiness into the world, Kindsum, which you can think of as a TaskRabbit for kindness. He’s so incredibly genuine and fun, and we’re so grateful for the opportunity to share his story, his mission, and his big heart.

 

And if you want to talk about what’s on your list and how #ALMOST30NATION can add more kindness to the world, head over to Facebook and join our Secret Facebook Group.

 

In this episode, we talk about…

 

  • What high schoolers and middle schoolers think of 100 Things
  • Swimming with a shark, doing a handstand, marrying a stranger, and other incredible  things on Seb’s list
  • How the list grew into a community
  • Getting caught up in what you “should” do
  • The synchronicities that have occurred while pursuing his list
  • Getting offered a book deal
  • Seb’s feature on ESPN
  • Why helping someone run a half marathon has been one of the most meaningful experiences of Seb’s life
  • Discovering the commitment to help others
  • The 100 Things reality show
  • Bootstrapping + launching Kindsum
  • The incarcerated individuals who built Seb’s website

 

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Oct 9, 2018

Bree Melanson is a spiritual medium, channel, and soul trainer – but Bree isn’t your conventional psychic. She’s on a mission to make getting in resonance with love more accessible to everyone.  In this episode she uses her “spiritual straight talk” to help us understand the limitations of the ego and lift the divide between the physical and spiritual world. She is playful and funny...and as you’ll hear in the reading, our spirit guides are too!

 

This episode includes…

 

  • What exactly is the difference between being a medium and a channel?
  • When and why someone might seek out a channel
  • What blocks most of us from connecting to our higher selves
  • The ages of souls
  • The first time Bree has talked about her abductee experience
  • Creating boundaries as a medium + in her personal life
  • A mini live reading for Lindsey and Krista!
  • Bree’s spirit stories

 

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Oct 4, 2018

We’re doing more solo episodes to connect with all of you in #ALMOST30NATION, and today Lindsey is here with an intimate conversation all about the sacredness of being single. And even if you’re in a relationship, we know you will get a lot out of this episode as well.  The feeling of lonliness can visit us at any time– but being alone doesn’t have to be a time that you rush through or wish away. You can learn to collaborate with that energy to create something special!

 

If there’s something you want to hear about from Lindsey or Krista, if you have a question you just need to ask, or if you just want to hang out with a chill group of people, come join the Secret Facebook Group!

 

This episode includes…

 

  • How Lindsey grew up
  • Never being allowed to have a boyfriend
  • A Peter Pan freakout
  • AIM crushes
  • Lindsey’s first kiss
  • The relationships that were modeled in Lindsey’s childhood & what she grew to expect
  • Lindsey’s college relationship
  • The chaos of your early 20s
  • What comes up inside ourselves when we feel alone
  • The gifts and opportunities to collaborate that manifest in your time being single
  • This time is the main event
  • Creating rituals

 

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Oct 2, 2018

#Almost30nation! Hello friends! Excited to introduce you to this week’s guest. Evita Robinson founded the NOMADNESS Travel Tribe, a first-of-its-kind movement bringing together and representing the underrepresented in mainstream travel. Their mission is to show the world that travel has no racial, gender, religious, economic, or interest limitations through community representation and relevancy (like the $50,000,000 being injected into the travel industry every year).

 

In today’s political climate, it’s more important than ever to get out and travel, meet different people, and immerse yourself in diverse cultures. It allows us to gain perspective and see ourselves as just a part of humanity; something to keep you modest, keep you grounded, and keep you connected to what’s REAL! We love the way Evita embodies this, and we know you are all going to love her.

 

We discuss…

 

  • A stark view of how people of color are underrepresented in the travel industry
  • The highs and lows of NOMADNESS’ group travel events (but mostly highs)
  • How NOMADNESS came to be
  • Reverse culture shock: when home feels like a foreign country
  • How Evita approaches building a community
  • Navigating a new challenge + stepping into your light
  • How social media changed travel
  • Evita’s relationship with spirituality
  • The Airbnb experience for people of color + partnering with Airbnb
  • Why you need people of color in your marketing teams + HR
  • Creating safe + sacred spaces
  • What’s next for NOMADNESS: the first U.S. festival for travelers of color!

 

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