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Entrepreneurs Tabitha Vallierie and Anis Alibhai discuss all the ish that goes on in your 30’s (and beyond) in an honest, relatable, and open way. They want you to laugh, maybe learn, and reflect on your experiences and perspective as it relates to the topic at hand. So grab a drink, get comfy, and saddle up for a good time with friends as they dissect everything from relationships, careers, social behaviour, children, making new friends, and way way more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-after-30-podcast/support

The After 30 Podcast Tabitha & Anis

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 58 Ratings

Entrepreneurs Tabitha Vallierie and Anis Alibhai discuss all the ish that goes on in your 30’s (and beyond) in an honest, relatable, and open way. They want you to laugh, maybe learn, and reflect on your experiences and perspective as it relates to the topic at hand. So grab a drink, get comfy, and saddle up for a good time with friends as they dissect everything from relationships, careers, social behaviour, children, making new friends, and way way more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-after-30-podcast/support

    78. A Pandemic Pregnancy w/ Award Winning Shannon Ella & Steven Lee Olsen

    78. A Pandemic Pregnancy w/ Award Winning Shannon Ella & Steven Lee Olsen

    We’re joined by country music and industry award winning couple Shannon Ella & Steven Lee Olsen for a convo we never thought we'd have - having a pandemic pregnancy. Shannon is the host of radio show Pure Country and she’s recently picked up the 2020 Country Personality of the Year Award and Industry Person of the Year Award while casually growing a baby. NBD. Steven is an artist and songwriter, with songs like "Can't not" and "Raised by a Good Time" and co-writing songs like @KeithUrban's double-platinum hit “Blue Ain’t Your Color” (which earned a CMA, Grammy noms and a ton of other accolades). Also NBD. This impressive and incredibly sweet duo have had a wild ride this year (even more than most of us) kicking it off with getting married in the backyard of their Nashville, Tennessee home, and experiencing their first-time pregnancy, in a pandemic, on both sides of the border. We’re getting right into the ups, downs, and in-betweens of what it’s been like to have a pandemic pregnancy. 

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    SHANNON ELLA (Country Personality of the Year CCMA // Industry Person of the Year CMAO) is the host of nationally syndicated midday radio show on Bell Media's Pure Country. This show airs across Canada on 13 different iHeartRadio stations from Ontario, to B.C, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. It features exclusive interviews with the top country stars in Canada and the U.S., such as Shania Twain, Rascal Flatts, Maren Morris and Dan + Shay plus behind the scenes looks at the biggest events in country music from festivals, award shows and tours across North America. Shannon is also the host of the country music outlet Complete Country which has a strong online and social presence through interviews and games with country stars.

    STEVEN LEE OLSEN Since moving to Nashville in 2004, Olsen has worked tirelessly, honing his craft as an artist and songwriter, and all the hard work has paid off impressively. Olsen co-wrote Keith Urban’s double-platinum hit “Blue Ain’t Your Color” – which in 2017 was named the NSAI Song of the Year and crowned “Single of the Year” at the CMA Awards, in addition to being nominated for “Best Country Song” and “Best Country Solo Performance” at the 59th Grammy Awards, and “Song of the Year” at the ACM Awards. He also penned Kip Moore’s #1 hit “More Girls Like You” and co-wrote Dallas Smith’s Platinum #1 hit “Drop” as well as numerous cuts for other stars including Garth Brooks, Billy Currington, Rascal Flatts, The Judds, Emerson Drive and more.

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    Music:  "Raised by a Good Time" co-written and recorded by Steven Lee Olsen.


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    • 45 min
    77. How to Take A Social Distanced Vacation

    77. How to Take A Social Distanced Vacation

    We’re all missing our vacation time, our weekend trips, or a few weeks away to escape our regular routines. Many of us have had holidays this year that have been cancelled, and we’ve realized how much those imminent trips that we plan regularly give us life and a sense of excitement for something to look forward to - the experiences and energy that we get from learning about new cultures, places, foods, nature, wildlife, whatever your travel style. 2020 has hit our suitcases hard and most of us haven't been venturing far from home.

    We have with us today Tamara Elliot, founder of  Globe Guide, a hub of savvy travel advice for extraordinary adventures from the ground up. Starting it from a simple passion project travel blog  to the mega brand it is today with over 28k followers, countless travel writing awards, and regularly featured in media like Flare, Lonely Planet, Breakfast Television, Global News, and countless others. Tamara will help us determine where to go to feel safe, what we should look for in accommodations and  transportation, and give us some tips on how we can still salvage our vacation time in 2020.

    Show Notes: 

    As part of our Small Business Initiative, we're featuring Honey & Rye, a small online clothing boutique, highlighting Canadian brands. Honey & Rye steer away from fast fashion and carry good quality pieces to fill your closet staples with low environmental impact. Follow them on IG @shophoneyandrye. Receive a 15% discount off your purchase with code AFTER30. 


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    • 31 min
    76. Halloween in a Pandemic - From the Kids

    76. Halloween in a Pandemic - From the Kids

    Its 2020, need we say more?! For this sweet, short episode, we talk to the kids and get their take on Halloween this year.  Happy Halloween!

    Show Notes: 

    Our Small Business Initiative focuses on incredible, small, local businesses that need your support, business and love. CeeCee joins us from Dapper Style Mint, a personal and creative styling service beyond fashion. Dapper Style Mint is community driven, supports local, and is global impact minded. Follow them on IG @dapper.style.mint. Get 15% off with code AFTER30 for expert advice on your style makeover, wardrobe refresh, special event styling, creative styling, pro-closet organizing, or style on speed-dial. Offer valid till December 31, 2020. 



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    • 18 min
    75. Infertility Support Series - Part 2: The Body, Endocrine Disruptors

    75. Infertility Support Series - Part 2: The Body, Endocrine Disruptors

    Our 2nd ep in the infertility support series, we have Michelle Strong, co-founder of myMindBodyBaby guiding us through the importance of the body while trying to conceive. Specifically focusing on endocrine disruptors, living a chemical-free lifestyle, and hormonal health.

    myMindBodyBaby is an online infertility mind & body support hub offering fertility-focused meal plans, infertility-treatment specific exercise guides & mental well-being tools. Michelle Strong - nutritionist and bestselling author - and Lyndsey Clabby, MBA certified fitness instructor and Patient Advocate for Fertility Matters Canada, founded myMindBodyBaby after both going through struggles to conceive. They quickly bonded over their shared experiences and leaned on exercise, good nutrition, natural supplementation and various stress relieving practices to empower themselves and take back some control, ultimately paving the way to create myMindBodyBaby to help other women lean on a trusted resource and find answers too. Find them on IG @mymindbodybaby

    Get 30% off any program offerings from MyMindBodyBaby with code: after30.

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    Mini Mioche (or @minimioche) is our true go-to for baby and kids basics and essentials. Handmade in Toronto, sustainable, incredible quality and adorable as hell. Enjoy 15% off your order with code "Afterthirty".
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    And as always, Follow-us @theafter30podcast and get in touch! We love hearing from you! 

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    • 32 min
    74. Infertility Support Series - Part I: The Mind

    74. Infertility Support Series - Part I: The Mind

    In part 1 of a 2 part series on infertility support, we have co-founders of myMindBodyBaby Lyndsey Clabby & Michelle Strong to discuss the realistic toll fertility treatments take on the mind, the science-based evidence of the role your mental health plays on conception, and tips on how best manage your mental muscle. Show Notes:
    myMindBodyBaby is an online infertility mind & body support hub offering fertility-focused meal plans, infertility-treatment specific exercise guides & mental well-being tools. Michelle Strong - nutritionist and bestselling author - and Lyndsey Clabby, MBA certified fitness instructor and Patient Advocate for Fertility Matters Canada, founded myMindBodyBaby after both going through struggles to conceive. They quickly bonded over their shared experiences and leaned on exercise, good nutrition, natural supplementation and various stress relieving practices to empower themselves and take back some control, ultimately paving the way to create myMindBodyBaby to help other women lean on a trusted resource and find answers too. Find them on IG @mymindbodybaby
    Get 30% off any program offerings from MyMindBodyBaby with code: after30.
    May the Long Time Sun lyrics:
    May the long time sun shine upon you
    All love surround you
    And the pure light within you
    Guide your way on x3
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    • 34 min
    73. Transforming Your Skin After 30 - A Peak into K-Beauty

    73. Transforming Your Skin After 30 - A Peak into K-Beauty

    We chat with Althea Johnson, founder of Propr Lifestyle, online K-beauty store based in Toronto. A trip to Seoul, Korea for Althea turned into an exploration of the Korean skincare traditions, technologies, and advances from the Asian perspective of skincare routines. In search for solutions to help with her own severe cystic acne, eczema and sensitive skin, she discovered result-oriented techniques and products to help alleviate her issues and concerns. Althea’s work has been featured in The Kit and The Globe and Mail, and she’ll give us advice about all the things we can do to take care of our skin as we age.

    Show Notes:

    Althea is a Toronto based skincare and lifestyle blogger from London, England. She left her corporate job in Pharmaceutical Sales to grow Propr Lifestyle into the community that it is today. Althea started this business to share her experience and growing knowledge with those who have similar skin issues and want to learn more about how Korean skincare can improve their skin’s appearance. She believes that a personalized Kbeauty skincare routine can lead to glowing, clearer skin that retains elasticity. 

    The online store shop.proprlifesttyle.com offers award-winning Korean skincare products that combine plant-based ingredients with state-of-the-art technology and are suitable for sensitive skin types including eczema. The products are parabens-free, sulphate-free and synthetic-free. Propr Lifestyle can be found at: www.proprlifestyle.com , and the retail store is located at 458 Ossington Avenue in Toronto. Follow them on IG @proprlifestyle

    As always, follow us on @theafter30podcast

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    Use code: AFTER30 for 15% OFF in store and online! 


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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

Lynelle Smith ,

Love these ladies!

So much fun to listen to and a great variety of relatable topics! And love their small business initiative, it’s so great to learn more about local businesses :)

mymindbodybaby ,

So fun

Anis and Tabitha are so much fun to listen to, and the topics are always spot-on. Keep it up ladies!

lstakhr ,

Insightful and valuable relevant content for daily living

Tabitha and Anis bring forward great important topics that are relevant in supporting people to develop insights and deeper knowledge that can have a positive impact on living healthy and full lives. They have a warm energy and fun enthusiasm for the topics which invite curiosity and exploration, enriching the journey of aging throughout adulthood.

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