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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"I definitely always want to be respectful of others and their opinions obviously matter to me, but I don't get bombed out. If someone's like you're the worst mom ever for doing this or things like that like no I. Know what I'm doing my kids. They're literally the ones showing me that I'm doing a good job. And my husband, we have such A. we have a great relationship. Sure it's rocky. At times. No one's perfect, but those are the things that make me understand that I'm doing a good job. Being this person I'm just here to share it. I'm just here to share my journey. You're listening to the almost thirty podcast hosted by Chris Williams and Lindsay Simsek almost. Thirty started as a conversation about the transition from twenty two or tour thirties, but then we realized life is full of transitions, so we expanded our mission. We are an intuition, led wellness focused lifestyle podcast that promises to deliver authentic conversations, diverse points of view, insights, rooted and optimism, growth and intention, the almost thirty nations community is a group of purposeful dreamers who are smart passionate, and always seeking the full potential in every aspect of their lives at almost thirty were making magic together. We dream it and then we do it. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcast here we go. Hello.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Almost thirty. We're making magic together. We dream it, and then we do it. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcast here we go. Welcome almost thirty. Hello, and welcome so thankful. You're here I know there's a of from with your audio and we are so grateful. You chose almost thirty. Yeah, truly I'm Lindsay Simsek and I'm Christa Williams. And Yeah. And that's US and we're. We're all year. However, you're feeling today whether it's tired. Whether heads disheartened whether it's angry whether it's hopeful. were hopeful that you know this conversation is going to be helpful in your managing and your you know way in which you engage with the world yeah. Yeah I think the. The feeling part has been zapping not. Just thinking about a lot. Which is probably counterintuitive to actually feeling the feelings, but. Where my feelings! Are By feel shameful around feeling my feelings during this time because I. was sitting in them and feeling as though I didn't really have the right to take up space right now. and. That also didn't feel good. You know like. It didn't feel completely true. So I had to kind of just like dig a little deeper. Like what is that and it was just this uncomfortable feeling. Of. What I am feeling is actually calling me to. Do More to. Look inside and see like some things. I can learn and kind of cleanup and relief face. I hadn't felt that way. You know in a long time, so you know I'm not speaking for anyone out there,.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"I'm just going to drop in to allowing people to feel into right now. How would it feel like to wake up in a a world where everything that you kind of hope is maybe possible is happening right? You wake up and you look out the window and and you just feel good about being here you feel that like sunshiny openness that you feel like the morning after something really good happens where you fall in love and and you walk down the street and you see people and you're just stoked to see them like you're stoked to see your best friend. You don't feel anyone grabbing energetically typically at you and you're not either. You're just gliding. You also feel connected you hear people telling stories about what's going on the world and it's like Hampton believe that we cleaned up the oceans oceans. Can you believe like news talk so much about identity but we actually dealt with it right and so I can just see you now. I don't even have to think about all that stuff that went down. Although we know it's possible and we know that it that it did happen and just letting yourself read into that sensation of not only have I quote unquote manifested the money the partner the house the life that I want but we all co created something that we're so oh proud of you just feel so good about like this is who we are because that's why it's felt so awful because it's not who are to feel so separate I and that we And you can look at it and it's not just that you did it on your own but like wow this together just feels easier to be here now and I can't wait to see what people are creating. You're listening to the almost most thirty podcast hosted by Chris Williams and Lindsay Simsek almost thirty started as a conversation about the transition from our twenties or thirties. But then we realized life is full of transitions so we expanded our mission..

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

15:10 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"They didn't understand that this was something women wanted because they weren't women and I think that's the whole thing about needing diversity on the other side of the table about people they were handing out into the capital. We need that to be a diverse group of people not just in terms of gender but culture everything because I mean you know America and the world is full of people you're listening to the almost thirty podcast hosted by Christa Williams and Lindsay Simsek almost thirty started as a conversation about the transit Chen from our twenties or thirties but then we realized life is full of transitions so we expanded mission we are an intuition led wellness focus lifestyle podcast that promises to deliver authentic conversations diverse points of view and insights rooted and optimism growth and intention the almost ready nation community is a group of purposeful dreamers who are smart passionate and always seeking the full potential in every aspect of their lives at almost thirty were making magic together we dream it and then we do it thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcast here we go readings earthlings greetings earthlings welcome to planet almost they're welcome to our home planet we're so glad you're here we're love is abundant love is abundant and coconut oil so sore snack. Yeah my my new thing leaving is peace and love 'cause I'm trying to work on my languaging and all the time uh-huh and just be more thoughtful about words that I say all the time totally I've always felt weird saying that what type of thing because I I mean we all have friends may be you are this person that kind of focuses on and is frugal which is a great actually and be you 'cause I'm aw that way and I'm not very inclined to focus on saving my money in a in a way that is productive for me right now but I don't like tagging beings as expensive or out of my reach or too much because if I want it I don't want it to feel unattainable you know so yeah I've I've literally I've thought a lot about it and I've never thought about that specific expensive 'cause what does that mean that is a lot of money and then and then what you know yeah I think that's that's so smart and I I'm looking forward to that conversation to dig into a more because also to April who you'll see role of Santa Monica healing she has books out which are amazing to she's Hiller reiki master here in Santa Monica she is very very clear about when she says specific words wording she always catches herself and she even is like an energetic clearing with her hands when she says something that she does not intend and it's really beautiful it's it's special about I know it's it's it's crazy now when you do that when you when you focus on your languaging you focus on others too when you hear things that are very interesting when I was recording with just in the other day he said said something like can't or he used some word that was just a little too extreme for the situation and it was just very interesting to kind of unpack that in my mind you know I didn't say anything to him but I think that it's just so important especially for what we do to be very specific about the words that we news and the impact that each of those words can make what you're trying to say yeah it's like they create energetic boundaries to what you could do or what you could achieve or what others could do for you yeah especially this day and age and actually get probably if I'm thinking about it and I probably will on it now but annoying like to notice how how many people are saying I can't all never or that's too much too expensive like that's two Buji but whatever it is and when I had my reading with Nikki Nova and I've mentioned this before redefining what words mean to you so aggressive if I'm talking about an aggressive guy maybe he just knows what he wants or if I'm talking about a nice guy is really nice and in my mind that's like buddies not this and this and this cycle maybe he is a kind heart and period you know it's like really redefining these words for ourselves that maybe we were taught this is what they meant or we've just developed that ourselves and it holds like a negative thing within it a negative energy within it or just a very limited narrow view of what it means inskip one hundred percent an afternoon good to my family you know what I was with my family that's all there languaging yeah you know and it's is being really thoughtful about what people are saying around you my family everyone's dying everyone talks about death and that's the whole language is all about that the time and about who's sick who's getting sick who sick who's getting divorced it's always the negative narrative as it relates to my community or family her extended family and so I just you know now seeing that in such a different light and it's interesting too I was thinking a lot about there's this one borough follow I won't say his name because it's not the one you think because I want to have him on the podcast but he was talking about how he used to be in a piece to be a bank teller and he was saying that at work they used to watch these videos all the time and they were like really extreme videos of people being like hit by a train or like run over or just like really aggressively extreme videos and there's so many of those are good training video no no not related to work oh sorry a bank teller jaw gotta so unhappy all bank teller guys would be like just watching these like Jack ass style video s you know the World Star Hip Hop and all those type things I was trying to think in my head why he would watch such aggressively violent videos and I was like you so amazing and he's so funny and creative and it really hit me that got it was because when you're in that situation where you hate your job you don't feel like there's a reason to live you are in a place where you don't feel valued you want to be minded that of the insignificance of life and when you see someone in that situation where violence is being enacted on them they're being punched they're being kicked and I think that's a lot of the times when people are attracted to violence they are it's because they believe their life isn't significant so in his being in that job he hated eating his life he believed his life was insignificance and seeing those videos is that reminder and it's refreshing and I think about that a lot too and that's why you know nowadays I don't watch stuff like that because the more that I have found value in the belief that my life does matter the less I have been attracted to stuff like that and the more hurtful it is to why the things that are violent to watch things that are painful in my life really took me I was thinking about it for a day I'm like why would he do that. Ah A SEC why would he do that why would he do that why would someone do that and that's what it was in my from from my eyes and I was really thankful that I got that message yeah it's really interesting to think about like the way people taking content and why like what is the intention behind the and they don't even know it's like a subconscious this intention like I think about my dad watching like gangster movies right like he loves them and it's a classic I love you know the Sopranos this that the other thing but it's what is that and I actually haven't thought about its bacterium generational thing to related to generation totally but there is something to glamorization like the the Romanticism how's the bad guy winning and it's the it's the gaudiness of the lifestyle that yeah it's really the the sex the money the the food the community but it's like family like family and that's like zero common on my dad it's more like it's just interesting back generation is really obsessed with those types of movies and shows yeah I mean are we over it yet like goodness gracious truly like the drug dealer shit like I can't get my bad narcos I I honestly can't watch another show it's like if you search net flicks for the amount of drug related documentaries and shows they're fascinating be wrong but it just kind of getting old it's like I got it I wonder how that that humidity healed it because obviously that he'll yes the documentary and I wonder how that did because I loved it but it is a light towards the light type of documentary and so there yes there was you know sad moments because people are going through real health emotional issues and all about but just interesting that I'm sure those two as well in that way but fascinating speaking of social media and the way we taking content we wanted to share with you guys you all that speaking of choosing our words most of you are women's I'm trying to you guys but it share with you instagram accounts that we love whether it's for I don't know laughs inspiration funny yeah runs this one's a new one that I am so excited about I've been it's Justin showed me Justin shows me a lot of good stuff in my life it's an it's the count is eighth thin piles strange planet so it's no yeah w pile and a T. h. a. n. w. p. y. l. e. strange planet and he does has drawings and illustrations of aliens and they're freaking hilarious best they're the best so they're just various like I I read one so here's one here's these aliens are at a baseball game and are these aliens are watching TV and they're all looking at the screen and they're saying catch the ORB it's the Orb we implore you to catch the orb and then they all started cheering and they say we caught the orb so basically talking about football and they just use such funny wording languaging w piles strange planet one what I do for inspiration recently I'm kind of into getting into craciun around relationships sorry I'll say it a million times John Underscore wineland he's been upping his video content and I just I'm always tuning in is TV hot fire flames for John Wayland and I loved the live venue feel of John Wiedeman because he's really speaking into actual people and responding off of their reactions and you know there's some resistance sometime so he'll kind of work with that and through that he's not just kind of talking to the camera or your phone it's like talking to real people going the real thing so I mean fire flames it's so so good and it's just a few months it could be like five minutes or ten minutes but you know we love and respect John Y Linden his video content is really fire yeah it's awesome my second one is by Mari Andrew e. y. m. a. r. i. Andrew and she is an artist illustrator She has a book out and she does these illustrate nations and drawings that are so emotional and beautiful they just speak to you they bring you to a place and they just are really inspiring and really thoughtful so I really enjoy what she does you know she had one for she has one for each of the months and it just isn't a stall gic at times and I just really love her her Asian and her beauty so they are really really nice to read cool yeah my second one is just libby J. S. T. l. a. b. b. y. and I their inspirational videos but hilarious shull she has like five inch long nails and sometimes he'll just talk and preach with her nails she is very unapologetic in in the way she presents herself and her methods says and I just door she makes me laugh all the time so I love just maybe just maybe my third one is more of a am blogger type but it's Teza tea easy access to other dude she is just Aubrey friend Audrey Aubrey winters introduced us to to her and this outfit actually is often I wanNA wear to my wedding her style is so cool she mixed is like high and low end it's just it's not too sexy but she's so stunning and her creativity never ceases to amaze as me. She always manages to stay twenty steps ahead in the industry of instagram which is very very hard to do she created you know she sets the standard for a lot of what happens within the influence our blogging instagram creativity space and she's done everything before everyone else and I just really love her aesthetic sure I her style is like so inspiring but not an annoying or not an attainable or not it just feels like it's truly her and it feels is really really good to be a part of it yeah I actually just recently started following her she don't know how I found her and I'm not in the blogging world I didn't know about her but I think someone was talking about her App Oh yes she has a show her APP that Taza App her in Col- her husband do it and it's for filtering and filters you can do a really good job of of filtering your photos in a really beautiful I think it's a monthly subscription though This last one is elite random and I had no idea if anyone will get any value of this but actually it's just a suggestion to follow creative accounts that maybe are out side of your realm of creativity I was in my reading with Nikki Nova that she's like you need to find inspiration out side of your own industry so going into industry you wouldn't normally think of this as it's called disco cubes and they create so Liz Leslie Kirsch off is behind this she's also a dope Dj and just like overall aesthetic is insane but she creates these incredible ice cubes and their their pieces of it art and I just it's random there's really no inspiration here other than one art can be anything and anywhere and she's created a business and a brand.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

13:55 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"These entrepreneurial business experts say like just go out and do what you love. You'LL LO- foam. Oh who whatever sometimes you don't have the luxury to that. Sometimes you have to pay the bills and sometimes you just have to take the job and I figured how to love the shit out of what I did did because I didn't have the luxury to do what I loved. You're listening to the almost thirty podcast hosted by Christopher Williams and Lindsay Simsek. Almost thirty started as a conversation about the transition from our twenties toward thirties thirties but then we realized life is full of transitions so be expanded our mission. We are an intuition led wellness focused lifestyle podcast that promises to deliver authentic conversations diverse points of view an insights rooted in optimism growth and intention the almost thirty nation community is group of purposeful dreamers who are smart passionate and always seeking the full potential in every aspect of their lives at almost thirty were making magic together. We dream it and then we do it. Thanks so much for tuning into almost thirty podcast here. We go welcome to almost thirty podcasts. Everyone it's Lindsey and Krista and we have have a special bonus episode for you this week. We were live from the propel collapse fitness festival in. La this summer the fourth year of one of the biggest fitness festivals out there and it was a blast. We loved this event because it's a place where we all can learn we all can grow inspire and celebrate fitness and wellness together we've you've actually worked with propel a few times with their propel co labs events we did it in. New York and LA and their second year in L. A. and we are just all about community. Were all about growth. We're all about expansion so it's a great fit and we had the opportunity to speak with our dear friend and someone we admire so much. Nicole Lapin she is the author of Rich Bitch boss Bitch and her new book becoming superwoman talks all about how she went from burnout to balance and we're just so happy to share this quick thirty minute interview with you. Super Jam packed with lots of Nuggets of information that you can in use today to hopefully people a little bit more balanced. Yes so please enjoy this summer. Series brought to you by propel. We could not be more excited. Our friend Nicole Lapin is here. She is a financial expert. She is a bestselling author are rich. Bitch changed my life to be honest. Anyone read rich bitch. It is yes yes. It's insane. It's on my bedside always and as she has a new book coming out. Let me show you this becoming superwoman. this is all about and we need this more than anyone. It's really going from burnout to balance and I'm sure a lot lot of you are hustling and doing all of the things and so we really want to have a conversation today about that so without further ado let's welcome. Nicole Laffin you take a second for the CEO Brawl. Yeah I mean on coming. Bury me in this sports bra thing. Thank you honestly this. This cover is gorgeous and I just it's so powerful you know I love Nicole because you just walk the talk talk and embody so much of what women released feel inside you know they want to have that deeper awareness about their financial health off their physical health or emotional halt and I just love being around you have so congratulations on the name I love to kind of start with the burn out or a few burnouts that really inspired this book while becoming a superwoman is not superwoman the character it's becoming super space woman and I think the the idea of trying to do it all and be it all and be all things to all people is creating breakdowns and burnouts like never before actually for the book I conducted the largest survey ever done on women and burnout and it shows that we're nearing burn out to like eighty ninety percent levels. The most interesting south that I found though is that only half of us think there's a problem so we're going out this crazy pace. We actually don't think that there's something wrong and so for me. I experienced a burn turn out and then break down after the launch of my second book and I really needed to rethink everything. I really needed to rethink how I was working. How I actually worked smarter not harder because we hear that all the time and how do you actually do that and so I went on a journey to figure that out for myself and becoming a super space woman is is the idea that you put your oxygen mask on first before helping others and if you are all things to all people you're nothing to yourself and I think self care. Is the biggest asset reliability to your career. I think you can network your ass off. You can go get your MBA but if you're not good if you're in the psych ward if you are unable able to get out of bed because you're depressed than that's GonNa Affect Your career by cancelling everything more than responding to emails in the middle of the night of her will and for people well that may be unfamiliar for burnout. What were signs that you realize that you could potentially have burn out or for us to think about if we're thinking about our lives right now. It may be places in which that what we have too much going on and we're doing too much. What are some things that we can look for. It's really the litmus test is if you go on vacation and you come back and you don't feel arrested and you don't feel motivated and you feel like you still don't want to go back and crush it and if you're normally in that sort of pressure zone than and coming back from some time off and still feeling that way is one of the biggest signs of burn and it's actually a condition now by the WHO when I first started this book two and a half years ago so there wasn't this whole lean in backlash. There is right now. I tell women to lean the fuck out to say Fuck Fuck Fuck Bitch at the has been so we can say fuck right cool. I love to know I just feel like you wear so many hats as well. You know whether it's in business or in your personal life so I'd love to dig in there and really talk about how your self identity relates to burn out or balance. You know where you felt that to be out of whack at different points in your life because I think we can identify so much with that. One thing like were podcast hosts and you know sometimes that's the only thing we think we are and we don't allow ourselves to express ourselves in other ways so what has been your experience the biggest thing. I realized and I started my career. When I was fifteen I I grew up in an immigrant family first generation American. I didn't have a silver spoon in my mouth. I barely had a spoon of food in my mouth growing up my father died of a drug overdose overdose when I was eleven and my mother east out and so I had no other choice but to start working early on and I worked my way up very quickly old school. I didn't have any connection so I started at the bottom. Now we're here and I became an anchor on CNN when I was twenty one. which was my dream job in my life? I said too the little stations across the country that I started working out Lexington Kentucky Sioux Falls South Dakota like back in the day before Youtube was thing and you could skip all of those steps. I said if I could say Nicole Lapin. CNN before I die. I'll die a happy woman and getting there when I was twenty. One was one of the best and worst things to happen to me. Because then I kept raising the bar then I was like okay well then I'll be happy when I get to this job or to that salary and then when I wrote my first book I was like well if I just a second New York Times bestselling book and then that wasn't enough and you never get your brain to the other side of happiness and studies have shown that happiness creates more success assess not the other way around and so we really have to break this cycle of all be happy or I'll be balanced when we are there. There's no more there there there is now very Buddhist to they have the Sean to yes. I'm Shawn say they have the if this will happen then and if you had that way of thinking you're never going it'd be happy for when you were so young at CNN and you're on the news and you are making your way in a space that you know maybe didn't always feel like it. It was made for you. Can you talk about imposter syndrome. I think all of us experience at different times in our life whether it's with our career or in new situations or doing something new so I'd love to hear about your experiences spiracy that I still feel it and that's the truth and you guys know mayor. I never lie tio and I would be lying if I said I cured my imposter syndrome I. I don't think it ever goes way. I don't actually think the balance ever as a thing that you find men are done with. I think that's ridiculous. Balance of course can be a noun and a verb. I think of it as a verb like it's not something hiding underneath the Yoga Mat. It's not something that's hiding behind the tree and you find it and you're done. It's constantly in motion and it's something you constantly need to work. God and the same thing goes with imposter syndrome so at CNN. I never thought my badge was going to work when I went into the CNN center in Atlanta. I was like Oh my God. They're we're gonNA find me out. They didn't realize that I admit so young and they didn't do a background. Check but the truth is I went addition and there was like a three month long long process of testing and focus grouping and all sorts of stuff. I deserve to be there. I just was convinced that my badge was. GonNa magically actively stopped working and it never did free day. You're like yes an emotion. I started when I was eighteen. I started in business news not knowing Jackson Amylase shed tanks ever. They've got all of the cuss words to see there. I didn't know shit about business. I grew up in this immigrant families to her broken home like I mentioned and nobody read The Wall Street Journal around the kitchen counter. Nobody told me anything about this. We don't learn this stuff in school. Which is ridiculous? We learn some bullshit things about how to dissect a frog and how to do the protagonist there. I'm like I have no idea. Why are we ever ever ever need to know that effort? We don't learn how to budget. We don't learn how to do our taxes. We don't learn how to do a business plan and so instead of burying your head in the sand in and saying like well. I didn't learn it so sucks to suck you know I was confronted with it face on because I just needed a J. O. B. so when I was eighteen I I got a job on the floor of the Chicago Merg as a business reporter. I wanted a job in local news and they said well. We don't have something there in Milwaukee. I thought that was the end Albion but do you know anything about business news. We started this new show and I was like absolutely eh love business news and I totally baked it till I made it because I needed a job and I hate when these entrepreneurial real business experts say like just go out and do what you love Yolo Foam. Oh whatever sometimes you don't have the luxury to do that. Sometimes you have to pay the bills and sometimes you just have to take the job and I figured how to love the shit out of what I did because I didn't have the luxury to do what I loved. I think from our interviews like with you. That was one of the most impactful things that I got. was that no matter the job or career situation that you're in you. You and I know it's easier to say I was in the corporate world for eight years and I don't know if I did as good a job as I could but finding the positive parts of the situation may be to work from Home Fridays today's. Maybe you love your lunch crew. Maybe there is the opportunity to take walks at lunch. I think there are places in which we can find the benefits of what we're doing because if we move into into a better situation or more likely to find better things they're two totally. I wanted to be writer when I was growing up started as an English major and then they told me like you might need to make some money in your life and poets don't really make money and then I went into journalism and made seventeen thousand dollars starting off so I definitely chose the wrong industry three for that but I became a writer. Just not the kind I expected. I use the opportunities I had and turn that into something I loved and ultimately I got my dream job and it was the exact same job. How did you build those relationships. As you were gaining more experience you know moving up like what were key key things that really created relationships where they saw you for you and and I also WanNa say like that is a what would I would think and as soon as a male dominated industry in the financial world if you're on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange like there's just a lot of things that might be working against thank you so. How did you really stand your ground confidently and create those relationships. I don't know if I did it. Great started with teasing my hair and wearing shoulder pads adds that works like this is. GonNa get me be risking serious gravitas you're right and I wore maxi pads under my armpits because I was like so scared that people are GonNa find me out. I was sweating like a truck driver. I mean I I was nervous and I remember when I first started on the floor because they didn't know anything about business..

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

13:52 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"These chemicals that are in most planing buttocks even in many better marketed as green or natural or nontoxic have chemicals because related to birth defects cancer and decrane disruption neurological issues you name it. You know obviously worse asthma allergies and issues so reducing that exposure eliminating that exposure is can go such a long way. You're listening to the almost thirty podcast hosted by Christa Williams and Lindsay Simsek almost thirty started as a conversation station about the transition from our twenties or thirties but then we realized life is full of transitions so be expanded our mission. We are an intuition Asian lead wellness focused lifestyle podcast that promises to deliver authentic conversations diverse points of view and insights rooted in optimism growth and intention attention. The almost thirty nation community is a group of purposeful dreamers who are smart passionate and always seeking the full potential in every aspect of their lives at almost thirty were making magic together. We dream it and then we do it. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcast here we go. Hey everyone hi guys welcome to our layer are you. I hope you're well so glad you're here so God you. I'm getting my paragon back. Everybody wondering I used my throat Chakra and fucking said what I would say I said so. If you guys didn't just to catch you up so once he was talking to someone and he borrowed the Thera- gone which is stay sick dating dating someone and but it was a six hundred dollar device that is used for muscial muscle tension and we need it back. Christa is really pushing for this so I I reached out I needed it. I said Okay said Hey. Ho Hope all is as well. It was wondering if I could grab or how classic Intro was wondering if I cope ball as well I literally I. I asked five people whether that was good or not so good. They approved wondering if a good grab or have you send my Thera- gun Miami's are also asking. I needed to add a funny love it. Hey yes absolutely I'm sorry I've been. I've kept it from your hands. This long appear well also was just thinking about this weekend. I feel bad about sharing that sarcasm being like a little interested leader. Now it is so there's actually no plan yet hook he goes. Let me know Do you have any plans to be on my side of town or I can bring it over to you and like obviously my a a habit is like oh you know when I'm on your side of town or make it fuck and easy let you know when I have my hair done I mean obviously of course full face on but actually my reading with Nikki number. Really helps is helping me right now 'cause normally I'd be like oh tempted to just like go. He was thinking about me but I'm like actually is not not the one but anyway getting back with Aragon. Thank God that it was an awkward which is Great. It's coming back home. Maybe anyway. It's our year twenty nineteen year. I always like is just reminder. -Til out there sometimes conversations conversations don't have to be that complicated. Yo you know what I mean especially with dudes to be honest. Yes they don't they don't care need to be that complicated. You don't have to call them. You don't and have to tell them like I'm so sorry if this is I was thinking of saying sorry if this is awkward but I need my therapy back. There was no. I'm not sorry the people on my God dude. People are like this so awkward. When you're in public. It's like shut the fuck. This is so awkward and and I. I wonder what your what does the subtext about. It's like just be able to sit to sit in a moment that doesn't feel a hundred read yeah exactly their inability so awkward. What's awkward about it. It's like not every moment it's GonNa be like perfect. Totally freaks me out of freaks me out. His turn always be this dude that we had in our friend. That always be like whoa that was awkward and unlike do that. You're like us now it. Is You fricken loser. It's that guy that wants to be a comedian of course Bram. Bear bear used the word yeah. I hate that hate hate that lake. That sort of marced yet forced lake. I don't know just like a weird humor. Yeah Weird Humor you. We had our you everything good good good cut. We asked the we as the group what we what we should talk about for the Intros and there was a suggestion a suggestion into the books we've read this year our favorite books that have really impacted us or Ben thought-provoking or interesting and so we are excited to talk about that in this intro throw Ya and my reading pattern I've learned and now accept is that I can't really sit for hours on end and read. It's not but I have friends who do and I'm among little jealous. You know where I finished his book. Today I started at this morning. I took out of House Harry Potter. I wish I wish I had that. I don't know if it's attention attention span or what so my styles just I'm able to pick it up. Open read for twenty minutes an that's up for the day. I think the books that I'm reading now now. Don't really allow me to to do that because most are self help rea- so I need to take one bet absorb it digestion and that's actually really early in this I was listening to this podcast. I forget the name of it but the person was talking about how you really learn and you should really be able to process and digest the information in order to make it applicable so it's not like plowing through everything just to get it done. It's really absorbing it right. Yeah I can start I have like I had this random one suggested to me recently by my therapist but and she gave it to me women who run with the Wolves Nice heard of that myths and stories of the wild woman archetype and I wanna read from the back that just gives a really good idea of what the says within every woman their lives a powerful force filled with good instincts passionate creativity and angels knowing she the wild woman who represents the instinctual nature of women but she is an endangered species in this book. Thus doctor stays unfolds rich intercultural miss myths fairy tales and stories many from our family to help women reconnect with the fierce healthy visionary attributes of this instincts nature so basically like we. I've lost this like we are condition not to be wild woman to tap into her to be her to really express her so it's a a really nice digestible. I just read one story like every day and I didn't think I would story is to be completely honest. I'm like Oh myths and stories. He's you don't even then I'm like Oh. This reminds me of college. Were breeding of Odysseus. I don't really know but it's great it. Like Kinda puts you in that you know Dreamworld of Oh this. This is something I feel very deep. Deep inside of me and I'm really unable to express this and like why I love that I really I really liked being untamed women y'all and then for for work. I just dip into Brunei Brown's dare to lead every night for a few pages brave work tough conversations and whole hearts so it's really coming from a heart centered that took place when you lead and what's been really helpful as how those hard conversations and so much bad is through wilner ability so much of that is through a setting expectations so much of that is being honest. You know being honest. When maybe you don't know or when you fuck up up your team if you have a team respects you more and there is more interconnectedness and the full goal or the the overall goal so I really I love Bernie? She's she's the best so even if you're not managing a team if you're managing a family oh you know a lot of different social construct sandwich that same structure or prescription. She prescribed works I completely agree. I'm talk. I'm excited to see that I actually haven't read it. Yeah that's really good and then I always have my. I've mentioned this on the podcast before but my ask your guides by chicks chocolate coat coach. Shit now. I read this romance novel. I notice it looks like our own Ken. This is connected to your divine support it systems so she really gives you a set by subway. Then it gets deeper as you go along to connect your spirit guides to your writing dear guides to do you know different types of guides so it's really cool and you do a little experiments along the way in it fucking works the all who's the the author for that one. Sonia Coach Coquette C. H. O. Q. U. E. T. T. e. she also trust or vibes at this one's. Real Rogan love that she got to work one works spiritual or and then like a story time where he time one love that that's great correct so I actually plowed through all love Janine roths books this year I needed dig in. I have read anything so Janine Roth is she talks a lot about the emotional relationship chip and familial relationship that we have with food our relationship with food and I really love her approach. She's been really inspirational for me and a few other people people that were very close to yet simkin who's been on the podcast Janet Cabreja who's been on the podcast so I read all of her books. when food is Love Women Food in God when you're eating at the fridge pull a chair emotional eating or breaking free from emotional eating and there was just a bunch of them and there's actually one that was a workbook that I didn't. I didn't do but an end to be to be completely honest. I think if you just read woman food and God or when food is love. You'll be good you could you could explore the other ones about it because I feel like sometimes there is redundancy. You know when I read all of them. At the same time it was really beautiful to kind of explore the ways in which I could could see how my eating patterns within my life and with my childhood came to play with my relationship with my family with my mom and my dad and everything like that so so it's really informational. It's it's not like a diet broke. It doesn't really tell you how to eat when to eat or anything like that. It just helps you to really analyze and look at your relationship with with food and what food means for you and your life is food. Intimacy is food. Love is food. Freedom is food and escape. Whatever food is for you. It helps you really understand that and then works through that in a really beautiful way so interesting about that like is intimacy. Is it freedom as an escape. Yeah it's interesting. I know it's like so they describe each one and then deciders like a little quiz or not. West but CERNAN yeah. That's really just how I kind of thought it so in there is different ways and relationships that it is described but that's kind of the way that I gathered that information information yeah expand the ways that works cool but yeah it's really good and I would highly recommend for anyone that has binge eating. You know anything related. Did you any food issues where they would like to better understand why they do what they do as relates to food so that was really good. That's Janine Roth. I'm hopeful to have her the podcast and then I just I actually reading Graham handcocks new book America before INS about new discoveries discoveries as it relates to findings archaeological findings and historical findings that they've discovered in north and South America in the recent twenty years I and it kind of goes against the fact that we believe that we are the most advanced civilization civilization to exist today and it speaks to the fact that there were most likely more advanced civilizations than us that existed in the Americas in previous times and it talked about about a global cataclysm that ended the last ice age and how there was people living before us that were more advanced and had better technology than we do so it's really beautiful and it's just really interesting and and really thought provoking and I really love grandma handcock. I think he's an amazing person. I think he's so well-spoken and it's it's interesting seem to think about and talk about and with that. It's kind of like a fun oftentimes what I'm looking for in books as something to better understand myself but more you're so I'm always looking for information. That's interesting conversations. I want to be always thinking of new things. I want to always be bringing new information to the table. Whether it's a podcast with friends with my relationship it's really important that I remain dynamic in that way and I'm learning something new so great man Cox books are really good for that and Graham was also on the Joe Rogan podcast cast so you can hear that podcast episode and he talks a lot about it so if you want a teaser to the information from his book you can look look there and then I actually got recommended commended this book by a friend 'cause I'm looking for more information about the history of race relations in America and and how I can go deeper and that now I can learn more about that.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Yeah i love your podcast. Give influence our nation uh-huh. I love that we're doing this in person because it just bring a core a new vibe which is fun. It's so refreshing the ground when you got here i know garage. It's on the ground. I sit on the ground. Always gonna sit here grounded before. I know that a lot of my audience the knows you both because a lot of them are also your audience which is amazing but if they don't know alamosa cappella monza we are almost thirty podcasts. I am christy williams and my partner is lindsay simsek and we started almost thirty about two and a half years ago when lindsay and we're going through the chaos of your late twenties or early thirties and you feel really lost and you feel really alone and you feel like you. You don't know what you wanna do with your life or who you wanna be or who you wanna be with or what you should be doing. <hes> you don't know about finances all of these things. We just felt like like we didn't know anything about and we felt like no one taught us and we felt like in school. We didn't learn anything that the real world needed or you know the need for us to know so when lindsay and i met through you know some some faith circumstances we just for like. Could we have a conversation. That's broader that is more inclusive that brings in others <hes> that also educates ourselves. I've been obsessed with podcasting for years. I've loved it for six plus years and i just loved the medium so when i propose to lindsay that we do a podcast she was down and you know to enough years later. We've built it to community community all over the world. We have events all over the world. <hes> we have an ambassador program that has about forty two cities that have their own conscious jess heart centered events in their cities where they do volunteer you know workshops or they have book club and then we do speaking engagements at you you know of events that are a fit but almost thirty is just really grown into a community of people and women that are seekers and that dream beg <hes>. I want to dive into a lot of that stuff so i i want to hear about your journey in your twenties before you're thirty. What would have been the one thing thing that you needed to hear in your twenties that you didn't that might have catapulted. You like this idea of knowing that like there's a space here that like we we need to show up and serve. I guess i a lot of things but the one that sticks out is just like that. I would tell myself that you know like you. You know i spent a lot of time just questioning what i felt you know and and i think there was just a lot of people who are kind of questioning themselves questioning questioning me so it's kind of a natural thing that i picked up <hes> and i was always like quote unquote not sure and looking for others to kind of validate my my next move when like truly all along..

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"K. Like can i give you a hug. I'm a hugger are all hug the the guy who's bagging my groceries. You know what i mean so i'm getting there. It's just hilarious. Sometimes i just love sometimes on my crying and laughing at the same time in these sessions because she does give me so much base to just be myself as a therapist should and also shows me sides of her within the context of a therapist that i know she's human so it's not like i'm talking to a robot and it feels super for <hes> formulaic and sterile. I really feel like i'm talking to another human being and she's just able to direct my energy to parts of me now and when i was a kid and attorney and that is just so effective and there are -peutic and healing so hey therapist thank. You can't zehr name. That's not a part the rules but thank you and again. I know not everyone out. Bear has access to therapy listen. Listen therapy does not have to take a traditional form. Maybe it's dance therapy. Maybe it's art therapy. Maybe it's semantic therapy. Maybe it's breath breath work p._b._s. Meditation maybe it's journaling. Maybe it's talking to a friend that you trust. It could take so many forms. I just encourage you to go deeper. I encourage you to do the hard work. I encourage you to keep going when it feels exhausting exhausting or if feels lake you're going deeper and that could feel like a lot what but one i'm here for you. Almost thirties your view. The communities here for you have so many resources and dan. I just know from my experience. Then therapy will be a mode of healing rolling and truth seeking for me that i will. We'll come back to over and over in my life and shore there will be times when i don't go to therapy but i have experienced hands just such transformation in my a being that probably i don't know if people notice to be honest maybe they doing. It's very slight but for me. I feel more like myself i feel more in my power and my body and my purpose says i am kinder to myself. I have more compassion for who i am and what i've gone through. Sometimes i downplay what i've gone through in my life and really there are moments in my life that wow lake. I am so sorry. I'm so sorry that you didn't cry during that time. I'm so sorry that you didn't have anyone to support you that you didn't feel comfortable enough to go to someone for help. You know we all have experienced things like that so so just encourage you. Whatever therapy looks like for you that you do it if you're feeling halt to it so hey everybody thanks for listening. I really appreciate it. It's a privilege to share my experience with you and it's my experience variance so yours is going to be different and if you'd like to ask me questions about therapy about my experience about anything you can. Dan direct message me on instagram at lindsay's simsek s._i._m. C._p._i. k. I run my own instagram. People now my real person so i'd love to talk to you so i mentioned earlier in the podcast. Oh god i'm sweating. I mentioned earlier in the podcast that i wanted to share something with you and i wanted to sing <hes> an original <music> melody and some verses of what i feel is just a channeled piece of music that i'll probably forget tomorrow but i do it in the moment. I don't know the lyrics that are gonna come out. The sounds comes the tunes but it just comes through and i have not done this publicly yet. I do it in my living room. Often and i think my neighbors i hear me but i have not done this live and i'm. I'm getting to know my voice again. If you listen to the podcast in the beginning of our whole existence you'll hear my voice and not know who that is because it was super raspy. I was losing my voice all the time so now. I'm getting to know my voice again and to be honest..

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"When you hear those things that are based on science but your brain is telling you that this isn't working it doesn't go together and you then feel an immense form of guilt because you feel like you're her giving up and you're not doing what is the best thing for your baby and it's like the first thing that you do as a mom? So you feel this immense amount of failure before you've even really started raising the child you're listening to the almost thirty podcast hosted by Christopher Williams and Lindsay Simsek almost thirty started as a conversation about the transition from our twenties or thirties but then we realized life life is full of transitions so be expanded our mission. We are an intuition led wellness focused lifestyle podcast that promises to deliver authentic conversations diverse points of view and insights rooted and optimism growth and intention attention the almost thirty nation community is a group of purposeful dreamers who are smart passionate and always seeking the full potential in every aspect of their lives at almost thirty were making magic together. We dream it and then we do it. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcast here we go. What's up everybody high all so good Zeo? Thanks for joining us. This is the almost thirty podcast I'm Lindsay Simsek. I'm Christa Williams just realized when I said it's so good to see that I can't see you know and I was saying people I was like Oh when I met them I would say it's so good to see you just because it felt like something nice to say it's it's great to see you. It's I I'm. I'm thankful I'm seeing you I. I don't know if that was weird but apparently that was weird because people will be like to have remarked. Yeah it's true. It's nice to see exactly exactly. I just feel like oh it's I. I don't know how to verbalize that any other way that it was it's great to I think people would maintain much and they're like Oh wait yeah and which is a really sweet and kind thing for people to wonder that to an ask but I had stopped it was becoming because then it was a conversation I was like no. We haven't but I'm grateful to see you and I'm thinking you know we're here and they're like few thankful my effort to you tell them it's great to see them. I stress them out and I made it awkward so it wasn't there someone the other day. That was like yeah we've met yeah. Kill me okay at this. Let me just tell you don't do that. I know it's just me anyone. It's just rude because like hey. It's not the fact that we're meeting a lot of people because everyone's meeting a lot of people all the time so it's like but don't take the time to call someone head was like first of all. I was drunk by the way at this event. It was like eleven A._M...

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"My language of love is a gift giver i love to give gifts and i love the give opulent gifts i love the help strangers elected do good stuff and not get caught as i was taught and sometimes pretty extreme sometimes financial and i'm not telling you that to try to make you think i'm a good guy i'm telling you it's a coping mechanism there's something magical that she takes place when i see someone struggling and i'm able to help them financially without them knowing it was me you're listening to the almost thirty podcasts hosted by chris williams in the decent almost thirty start it as a conversation about the transition from our twenties or thirties but then we realized that life is full of transition so they expand their mission we are in intuition lead wellness focused lifestyle podcast their promises to deliver authentic conversations divers points of view and insights rooted in optimism grows an intention almost thirty nation community is a group of purposeful dreamers are smart passionate and only seeking the full potential in every aspect of their life had almost thirty were making magic together we dream it and then we do it thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcasts here we go hey guys you on what's up welcome back to the podcast her so glad you're here yeah were so grateful that you found almost thirty podcast if you are new here my name is chris williams and i'm lindsay simsek and we started this this about almost three years ago on are closet force because we were going through life transition that i know a lot of you are going through have gone through a going from her twenties and thirties which is just can be a chaotic but really exciting fighting times we wanna have a larger conversation about it in you all have just been so vocal is well unlike joined in and have grown what almost almost thirties today basically we we attributed to you thank you so much for being a part of this if you guys tune in every week or what's up what's up while fam will come back shirt got a nice present at the at the crypto on friday oh that was a resident and i was like a little nervous because it was from a listener and those little nervous i'm like oh fuck like i don't know if it's safe have my address out there but i think about that were once a week i know hundred you know i just wanna be thoughtful about shit so i was like oh fuck i don't know if this is okay but opened it right i mean some influencers you know get pictures of themselves drawn or something like that you're girl krista gets a retainer case oh my god what kind the cutest retainer case oh my gosh some are firm are very very addressed the issue at one of our listeners suzy she's in oji she sent me h q ass retainer case to align and she's like i know you're doing goshi and you've got you're nasty retainer everywhere here's this case it has.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Deliver authentic conversations diverse points of view. An insights rooted in optimism, growth and intention. The almost thirty nation community is a group of purposeful dreamers who are smart passionate, and always seeking the full potential in every aspect of their lives had almost thirty were making magic together. We dream it, and then we do it, thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcast. Here we go. What's up guys? Welcome back to almost thirty podcast. I'm so glad you're here too. So glad I'm Lindsay Simsek keeping the lights on this is Krista Williams. And we are best friends and also business partners and started the business at the same time that we were starting our friendship, which was awesome. But we started this podcast when we were transitioning from her twenties, our thirties, and it's just become so much more than that. We realized everyone's going there, some sort of transition. So we wanted to have insightful funny. Honest conversations between each other with you all, and with guests that we bring on the podcast, about everything from health, amongst spirituality, sexuality culture, relationships entrepreneurship, all the things they're really smart and they're really fucking funny. Weird that you guys missed that part of the entropy to. Yeah. I liked it vibes. I thought that we had to, I don't know not mature, but be more inclusive of the impacted the community. That was really my are totally are the impetus for the change. So we had an old intro, which was bomb in, which is the intro now for a bunch of their podcasts because they took our took intro and change word. She enjoys like just one word we speech. I suppose truly twenty nineteen so we evolved our intro, and we just wanted to make sure that we captured the most important part of this podcast, which is the community and the people that listen and the Facebook group, and our Instagram, family, and the people that we meet on tour and the people that are meeting without us, and the people that are doing good things in the name of the almost thirty brand. Yeah, it's, it's didn't ask. That's why it's changed everything for us truly and we are actually on tour. Now we are on tour all year. Beer. London, and we're off to Denver at the end of may, we will be in San Francisco in July. And then the fall is quite fall, and winter quite be a marathon of cities. We are so excited to visit so like Chicago. Nashville, Ohio Washington DC Philly Miami back to LA things. And as a highlight said the Denver event happening on may thirtieth is with Natalie miles that is going to be about tapping into your intuition. It is at a beautiful space called green spaces in Denver that will sell out, and we look forward to seeing you there. And then in following that we have an event on June twentieth in LA with Brima Lanson breath work class, if you guys have never tried breath work with this is great for you. If you are a.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"Feelings for your friends is so hard. Yes. Oh, do you like do you like have you talked to him and you like on your show speak? People are cool like. It's it's really no matter what the response is. It does feel like a way off his shoulder. Yeah. No matter it, just like good to get it out in the open. Not these keeping a secret from like when your closest friends Yano. It's yeah. It can be it can be rough. But but yeah, it's gonna be fine. You guys are gonna be fine. Yeah. You're now, you're chilling chilling chilling elmo's told you you're chilling guys. Is it time for don't blame them? I did it for the first time. But it's like reword. Remember, it only one of them's different than the name of the fucking. I don't know what's up. But it's the first time it's like official. We've just been like soft launching it for months, this is a segment in which listeners callback. And they give their own advice on. Advice? We've given gosh obeyed like personal experience something like this. They're not they're not like the callers who they're not giving us updates. But they're being like, oh, listen to this in my car, and I'm gonna give you my two cents. Gotcha. So like that. Yeah. That's at school. Says your shirt, so the original call is from the episode with Lindsay Simsek, and it was the caller she had been in relationship for a long time and just discovered that she was bisexual, and she didn't know what to do about it, even though she was still in love with her boyfriend. I didn't want to break up with him. So the similar calling with similar.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"You're listening to the almost thirty podcasts a lifestyle podcast hosted by Christa Williams and Lindsay Simsek. Tune in for new episode every Tuesday to hear honest conversations about topics like wellness entrepreneurship, spirituality and self development. We've guests who are really smart, really inspirational and really bugging funny. It's real it's raw, and it's unfiltered inspired by our transition from our twenties to our thirties. We realized it's so much more than that our mission is to find you the tools guidance and motivation to help you navigate any transitions in your life and foot hell your personal growth. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcasts. Here we go. Everyone. Good morning. Good evening. Good morning ever. You are welcome back to almost thirty podcast. It has been quite a year together. Well, I know there you guys I feel like have definitely seen Lindsey, and I grow I've changed. You guys have changed me. I hope we have changed you in a positive way. And you are now changing impacting others in a positive way. Then it's a really inspiring to see all of you just kind of lake become yourselves before our eyes, and we're lucky enough to meet you on a regular basis, which I never take lightly. We'd never take lightly. Whether it's on tour at our events here in LA or just in passing on us. And it's it really makes us reminds us that we're doing this. Right in the sense that you guys feel comfortable enough to be like home. I got hey, like, you're our friends, and you know, we're learning right along with you. And this year has been probably the most transformative year of my life of our lives. So we're just excited to continue this journey with you. Yeah. We're so grateful, you know, if we don't extend our gratitude enough, we just want to take a second to extend our sincere and heartfelt gratitude for the opportunity to be with you every week, you know, to be with you in your ears in your car when you're walking when you're folding laundry. It's a very intimate thing that Lindsey, and I get to be people that you listen to and people that you trust, and we don't take it lightly. And we, you know, we take it very much to heart. So very much. Appreciate all of the loving words, and kindness, and you sharing the episodes with your friends, you guys, you know, writing Lindsey, and I you guys providing us feedback. You guys really helping to grow this into a community. That's going to help other women, and they to our guests this year, we've been lucky enough to talk to some of the world's change makers and people who have really steps stepped outside of social norms, and and definitely their comfort zones to spread messages that I think are super timely brave and for them to make the time and be so present when they sit down with us. You know, I it's taught me a lot about lake how I interact in everyday situations sitting down with people and just being as present as possible, you know, because that's where the growth lives, and that's where you know, compassion lives. Because if I really am present with another person, I do feel like my compassion expand, you know, instead of wishing the time away. So just thank you so much to all of our guests. For all of your time and love and sharing episodes and being part of our events. I mean, it's meant so much to us and really helped us to grow. Yeah. And just echoing that sentiment. Thanks to our guests. You've changed my life in many more ways than one just being your complete self. I have changed. So thank you so much for being a part of almost thirty for taking a chance on us. For making us laugh for making us better for making our community better for taking.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"You're listening to the almost thirty podcasts a lifestyle podcast hosted by Christa Williams and Lindsay Simsek. Tune in for new episode every Tuesday to hear honest conversations about topics like wellness. Entrepreneurship spirituality and self development with guests who are really smart, really inspirational. And really funny. It's real it's raw in its unfiltered, inspired by our transition from our twenties to our thirties. We realized it's so much more than that. Our mission is to provide you with the tools guidance and motivation to help you now the gate any transitions in your life and fulfill your personal growth. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcasts. Here we go. Hello. Hey, guys, don't mind me. I'm just monitoring this post in the secret fist. But group making sure that my mom Terry doesn't comment on it. It's about debt consolidation. She's gonna say see my guy, Eric. Hi, Terry, actually, gonna say see my guy, Eric, and she's going to be like make sure your credit scores like bubble, blah. She's got credit score. Does anyone else? Like never look at their credit score. Meaning like, you don't want to like, I don't I'm not like, hey, let me look at my credit score today. My mum's of Social Credit scores. I I should like I think you should be now monitoring on a regular basis monitoring basis, but I get it on my chase account to is hers insane. Yeah. Ours are fulltime. I haven't seen the score. But hers is insane. Just because she's in that industry, and she's always lake. I don't know trying to save the world by getting everyone to have what is it? Eight hundred seven hundred eighty.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"You're listening to the almost thirty podcasts a lifestyle podcast hosted by Christa Williams and Lindsay Simsek tune in for new episode. Every Tuesday, to hear honest conversations about topics like wellness, entrepreneurship, spirituality and self development. We've guests who are really smart, really inspirational and really fucking funny. It's real. It's raw in its unfiltered inspired by our transition from our twenties, to our thirties, we realized it's so much more than that. Our mission is to find you the tools, guidance, and motivation to help you navigate any transitions in your life and hell your personal growth. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcasts. Here we go. Coming to you live. Here just admiring a low come and scream, look at live dollar always in color, always in color makes my day. I make sure I wash his stories every day because it does actually make me so happy. Yeah, that's a good one. You couldn't really curate fucking amazing people. I've been really into a lot of illustrators lately, dude and Alexander rocks. Oh, has been crushing it her captions, please? Hey, Chloe, Grammy. My phone, please. I'm actually being fucking serious. Be being not serious, but serious. Thanks, Honey. I'm being a boss boss. Dude, her captions have been crushing it. She's one of my favorite people actually ever. That doesn't even really know it. We read the caption that she posted the other day that I actually needed to hear it on Sunday. Because if you don't follow Alexandra Oxy, you have to. And if you think her eyes are fake, they're not fake. They are windows a soul. Yeah, she does. Is it the mediocrity one? No, it was like making room in your day? No. Where is it. It was like a dude, fuck Instagram, fuck in so annoying. It's like high. No, because the post showed up for me yesterday, but as probably eight years old. Algorithms fucked recipe for dark moon, a tired mind too much doing and not enough being for deep recharge a free day solo retreat, a coming home to you cancel all plans and create some alone time where something comfortable and cozy make a nest with your favourite pillows and blankets gathered props, books, cards, playlist candles pets, etc. Turn phone on do not disturb. Now, just sit and look around. Now close is in meditate. Now nap now make tea now, listen to music. Now, meditate again, now make nourishing food now bless it, and notice its colors that are about to make love to you. Now, listen to more music without doing anything else..

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"You're listening to the almost thirty podcasts a lifestyle podcast hosted by Christa Williams and Lindsay Simsek tune in for new episode. Every Tuesday, to hear honest conversations about topics like wellness, entrepreneurship, spirituality and self development. We've guests who are really smart, really inspirational and really fucking funny. It's real. It's raw in its unfiltered inspired by our transition from our twenties, to our thirties, we realized it's so much more than that. Our mission is to provide you the tools, guidance, and motivation to help you navigate any transitions in your life and foot. Pell, your personal growth. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcasts. Here we go. Guess what we're doing? Probably right? Yeah. Munch him well, and this isn't sponsored. It is not sponsored well in shell abrasion. Today's guest, we thought we would eat every single bulletproof thing that we own. So we did. We're not unfair. Advantages had some bulletproof coffee Lindsay's been main lining, MCAT oil. I have the. Right now I'm drinking it, but for real where you're eating bulletproof ours and they're fucking so good. What is that? I like crazy is it kind of get stuck near teeth and I like it. I know. 'cause later you can get it later. Then I'm working Mike working for like half an hour, rubbing my teeth right now getting flavor. I am like. So that's good for me because it helps me slow down. Then I still have a little treat that I can work on with my teeth. That's a good one. So this makes me not you to one hundred dollars. Spars are so good. I can't believe to have the bullet provides cream. Can we go to coming?.

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"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"lindsay simsek" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Thanks so much for tuning into almost thirty podcasts. Here we go. Hello buys. Hello. Welcome to almost thirty podcast so happy. You're here. It is Lindsay Simsek and Christa Williams, and we are excited. I feel like there was an exercise or be we'd be like. I am. And then we'd have to like show the emotion which is actually not acting. Yeah, I am enlightened. I am amazing. We're just so happy to be here. Dan honored we're grateful time goes on lake sitting here behind the mic becomes like a different thing because we've met you all Jude, everyone's so cool. So it's crazy everyone like I'm just like waiting for a weirdo to come out and haven't seen one with everyone has been so sweet. Everyone has been so supportive of of not only us, but more importantly of one another. Seeing, you know, being on tour and seeing the women connect with one another has been one of the greatest gifts and yo- there's nothing I love more than like. Sitting down with someone, we're oftentimes standing up kind of walking around unlike you get to just like have a moment and sit down one on one with someone like they're sharing and a lot of the times they're thinking us, but they're also lake genuinely asking for advice or just sharing something that they've done. And it's like, there's nothing better. I know I forget how good it feels just like be one on one kind. What was the one that was in New York? And I was like crying at the end talking to her, she had Lyme disease, and I mean, I can't remember her name, but because we had such an amazing conversation, please d- at me because I love you and it was just like I was like talking to one of my friends that I've known for a long time. I know I was able to be bona Rable was so cool and from veteran Boston Rhonda posted such an amazing sweet post when Ariya long, passionate, post ahead. A few months ago, I discovered a podcast code almost thirty and I have been beyond obsessed ever since I learned they were going on tour when I saw Boston on the roster, I basically died of excitement as it didn't go alone..

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