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Almost 30

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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Jul 30, 2020

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 28, 2020

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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 23, 2020

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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 21, 2020

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 16, 2020

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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 14, 2020

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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 9, 2020

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 7, 2020

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 2, 2020

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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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Jun 30, 2020

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 25, 2020

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“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 23, 2020

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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 18, 2020

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 16, 2020

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 11, 2020

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 9, 2020

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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Lalah Delia

 

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Jun 4, 2020

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 2, 2020

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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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May 28, 2020

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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 26, 2020

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 21, 2020

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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 19, 2020

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 14, 2020

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 12, 2020

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 7, 2020

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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