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!
Where the Woo Meets the Work with Jenna Kutcher
The delightful and incredible Jenna Kutcher joins us and delivers a truly expansive episode that you will undoubtedly, be inspired and empowered by. She’s a mother, a marketing expert, coach, and a newly published author – something she swore she’d never be.
The Business of Birth Control with Ricki Lake & Abby Epstein
Ricki Lake and her longtime business partner and filmmaker, Abby Epstein, join the show today to talk about their groundbreaking new documentary film, The Business of Birth Control – a truth finding journey where they tell the impactful stories of women who’ve had a whole range of experiences on, and coming off of, hormonal contraceptives.
Can You Be Addicted to Self Help? Dr. Thema Bryant Explains!
Join us for this warm hug of an episode as the amazing author and psychologist, Dr. Thema Bryant, walks us through the most relatable and actionable self-help practices you’ll ever come across. How to live more authentically, foster more meaningful relationships, avoid the pitfalls of self-erasure, and process the endless wave of Insta therapy – don’t miss it.
How To Get What You Want (And Not Lose Yourself)
The always insightful Julie Solomon joins the show to talk about her new book and all of the deep introspective work that went into it. We learn how she discovered her own origin story, overcame limiting thoughts and actions, and grew into the confident and purpose-driven light beam she is today.
The Gift of Being in a Body + How To Tune In
Lindsey sits down for this deeply personal solo episode to walk listeners through her own body attunement journey, from watching herself in home movies as a wiggling four year-old, to learned familial beliefs on body, her (sometimes toxic) relationship with fitness, and unpacking early sexual encounters. Everything is on the table, because everything in life is connected to our physical self.
Free Yourself With 4 Questions with Byron Katie
Weaving metaphors and vivid imagery like an artist, Byron Katie takes K+L on a spiritual journey, starting with a morning walk, where the only thing bigger than the ideas are the questions. You’re invited to open your mind and let it all (nothing) wash over you.
Hands down the best podcast you ever listen to. End of story.
Changed My Life!
Since I’ve started listening to this podcast, I have become a better version of myself. It has matured me in so many ways, taught me how to be empathetic, and has given me a sense of spirituality. I am also a better conversationalist in everyday situations because I know how to ask questions like Lindsay and Krista! Thank you ladies for everything you’ve done and I can’t wait to see what’s to come.
Didn’t like the episode I listened to…
I found this podcast through the “Ditching Adderall” episode, and I was extremely disappointed with everything I heard. A woman with no medical background contributed a bunch of pseudoscience posed as fact, speaking about her experience using this medication WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION and how it’s full of “negative energy”. I work with women with ADHD, and it’s a constant struggle for them to get access to their medications because of people like this woman abusing the system and the drug. Not to mention the guilt they feel for societies judgement of them for simply taking these meds that they need in their daily lives. I’ve seen them help so many of my patients, whose lives have changed for the better - none of the “bad vibes” your guest speaks of. I do believe in good energy, so I don’t mean to sound like I’m making fun of the concept, but what she experienced is due to abusing a medication, which she fails to take accountability for, and her own mindset, which sounds like it needs work. I don’t mean to be rude, but the subject is close to me and was truly surprised by her ill-informed attitude. I’m happy she overcame her addiction, but the way she speaks about the subject adds to the stigma surrounding ADHD meds. I haven’t what your other guests are like yet, but this episode left a bad first impression.