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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

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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

    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

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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 the founders of myMindBodyBaby on the show, 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.

    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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    • 35 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

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    • 28 min
    72. Making Big Decisions In Difficult Times

    72. Making Big Decisions In Difficult Times

    What requires decision making right now? We chat through some of the big decisions we're facing. witnessing, and reading about. We take you through our process of decision making with the ongoing pandemic, raise the questions around the decision making, and speak to the multi-faceted dimensions of this moment. 

    REFERENCES:

    Real Estate

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/real-estate/toronto/article-covid-19-concerns-have-altered-home-buyers-preferences-study/


    ⅓ of adults active in Ontario real estate industry the pandemic has changed what they want in their next home. 30 % of participants said they wanted a bigger home with more space and 19 % said they wanted access to more outdoor space.
    “COVID has really turned the market towards suburban living in a much more profound sense,” Mr. Boekelman said. “Longer term, people are commuting less and they’re working from home and so the term ‘live-work housing’ is now really the norm, whereas previously it was considered unique in terms of marketing and zoning permissions.

    Families:
    https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2020/08/pandemic-changing-my-mind-about-having-kids/614896/
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/covid-19-birthrate-1.5670539


    One legacy of the pandemic may be less judgment of the child-free.
    "When it comes to the impact of COVID-19 on fertility intentions, what we're seeing all over the world is that people are choosing, in large part, to delay, defer or just not have a child or additional children at this time."
    "Throughout history, spikes in mortality owing to events such as wars, famines, and pandemics were followed by changes in fertility, resulting in fewer births in the short term and by recuperation in subsequent years."

    Relationships


    Divorces have increased during the coronavirus pandemic and lawyers are expecting more
    But the COVID-19 pandemic has created an environment for divorce that is much worse than he has seen during prior economic crises, he said.
    Shulman says his firm has seen a 40-per cent increase in inquiries about divorce since the pandemic began.
    “Those economic pressures, with people losing their jobs, their businesses…this uncertainty is adding significant stress on relationships that have already been strained before COVID, but this brings it to a new level,” he said.


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    • 32 min
    71. Mothering in 2020

    71. Mothering in 2020

    “We all MUST remember that the people who created these rules, suggestions and standard for child-rearing and motherhood were NOT RAISING A BABY DURING A PANDEMIC + CIVIL RIGHTS CRISIS + ECONOMIC CRISIS all at once” (nsfmg)

    We chat with the fabulous founders of The Rebel Mama, Nikita Stanley and Aleksandra Jassem on what it's been like to be a mother in 2020 and what we can do to get through the latter half. (*Hint, cannabis - legal in Canada now*). But also agility, calmness and community. 

    Show Notes:

    In 2014, the two unlikely moms combined their talents and mutual distaste for the typical mommy rhetoric and created The Rebel Mama(.com). Adored by cool moms the world over, the smart and edgy online publication creates a safe and judgement-free space that’s known for its celebration of both individuality and authenticity.

    Between the two of them, Aleks and Nikita are mamas to three kids, a dog, and a cat. They reside in Toronto, Canada and survive (almost) exclusively on peanut butter sandwiches, Napolitano pizza, and coffee. So much coffee.

    “The Handbook for (Cool) Moms” is available now on Amazon, Indigo, and Barnes & Noble.

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    • 37 min
    70. Growing Laterally in Your 30's

    70. Growing Laterally in Your 30's

    We talk about growth - not upward growth, but lateral growth. Our 30’s are often a time when opportunities arise, particularly in our career. We typically expect to strategize for the next rung on the ladder in our current field, get a promotion, grow our businesses, and amplify goals - upward growth in a field that we know deeply, feels like the only existing direction. But what if we’re actually feeling a pull to something different? What if we recognize the value of our experience, and we know our passions better, and we actually see the importance of growing laterally in a specific context or environment? We have a tricky balance of learning how to put years of practical experience in place, with still not (or ever?!) being “senior” enough to not learn a new way.

    With us today is Sarah Stockdale, author, speaker, and Founder & CEO of Growclass, an online growth marketing training school. Sarah’s chats with us about why NOW is the perfect time to learn more and grow laterally.

    Show Notes:

    Sarah Stockdale is the Founder and CEO of Growclass, a 6 week online growth marketing training program taught by experts in their field. She’s an author, speaker, and coach. Enrollment is now open, classes start on September 14. Follow her company Growclass on IG handle @growclass

    Sarah’s  Bio:

    Sarah is an entrepreneur, coach, speaker, startup growth marketer, and innovation professional. She is the Founder and CEO of Growclass, an online growth marketing training company. She is the author of: We Need To Talk About This, a popular blog and newsletter for millennial women, a guest tech expert for CBC, and CTV, and a TEDx speaker. She frequently speaks at universities, events and conferences across North America.

    Sarah has spent her career working on early stage technology startups, starting as a foundational team member of Wave, a Canadian financial technology giant. More recently, she led the International Community Growth team at the San Francisco payments startup, Tilt, which was acquired by Airbnb in 2017. Sarah coaches businesses and individuals to achieve incredible growth.

    About Growclass:

    Growclass is Canada’s first Growth Marketing Training Program. Growclass works with incredible marketing professionals to help its students become fully skilled growth marketers. Growclass’ portfolio includes training for businesses and individuals to help level up their talent and ensure they’re on the cutting edge of growth marketing trends and best practice. Training is offered in person in Toronto, Ontario. To sign up, enrolment is now open.

    Follow Growclass on IG @growclass

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    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

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.

MakintheBacon ,

You Need To Listen To This Podcast!

I'm stumbled upon this podcast and I am so glad I did. I couldn't stop laughing and saying yes! to many of the conversation topics and experiences that are shared in this podcast. It's like you're having an amazing coffee date with Tabitha and Anis. They're so down to earth, hilarious and relatable.

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