AA 039: Are We Almost 30 Yet? Ft. Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik

This week’s episode is FIRE because we’re joined by Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik, the hosts of the Almost 30 podcast — our fave. Krista is the creative genius behind The Hundred Blog (hundredblog.com), and Lindsey is an actress and Soul Cycle instructor. We cover literally EVERYTHING in this episode. Lindsey and Krista share what they wish they would’ve told their younger selves, their most embarrassing moments, and how relationships are different when you’re older. We talk about the law of attraction, the power of meditation, why porn sucks, our beef with copycats, how to break up with people, the most annoying thing about 20-year-olds, and more.

For more of these two fabulous ladies, listen to the Almost 30 podcast, which you can find on iTunes! You can find Lindsey on Instagram (@lindsims) and at lindseysimcik.com. You can find Krista on Instagram (@hundredblogla) and on her blog, hundredblog.com. Head to Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com, for a full interview with Krista!

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates!

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AA 038: HAPPY V DAY! The Bachelor, How You Know a Friend is REAL, and the Perfect Date

Happy Valentine’s Day, beautiful people! We wanted to show our LOVE for you by surprising you with a quick bonus episode this week! We talk about our perfect Valentine’s Day date, why The Bachelor is starting to suck, and how you know when a friendship is real. If there is anyone in your life who is not adding value to it, say BYYYYYYE!

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 037: NO BREAD, NO PROBS with Nicole Cogan

This week’s episode is sponsored by our FAVORITE way to make healthy eating simple and delicious – SUN BASKET! If you’re like us and don’t have a ton of time to make healthy food, then you will love Sun Basket! Sun Basket delivers healthy, yummy recipes and fresh ingredients straight to your door so you can put together an amazing meal in under 30 minutes. All of the directions are handed to you, and the ingredients are pre-measured so you won’t waste any food! The ingredients are organic, non-GMO, sustainably sourced, and seasonal. There are gluten-free, vegetarian, paleo, and breakfast options, all created by an award-winning chef and nutritionist approved. To get three FREE meals with your first order, visit http://bit.ly/ACTUALLYSB !

In this episode, we sit down with Nicole Cogan, founder of NoBread.com. Nicole left her job in finance to pursue NO BREAD full time, and she’s been unstoppable since! She’s a badass entrepreneur, and we are so inspired. NO BREAD is the guide to gluten-free living. NO BREAD features hundreds of restaurants in a ton of major cities, including Los Angeles and NYC, and tells you exactly how you can eat out gluten-free. The website also features a bunch of Nicole’s own amazing recipes, favorite products to check out, and more. Nicole talks about her health struggles that led her to discovering her gluten intolerance, how she balances all 5 million things she does every day, the best places to eat in her favorite cities, the difference between the west coast and the east coast, how she sees NO BREAD expanding in the future, and more!

Be sure to check out her website, NOBREAD.com, and follow her on Instagram (@nobread) and Twitter (@nobread)!

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 036: Angela Whittaker on the Power of Meditation and Pursuing Your Life’s Passions

In this week’s episode, we sit down with Angela Whittaker, meditation coach and professional voiceover artist! Angela is seriously one of the most interesting, inspiring people we’ve ever met. We cover a LOT of topics in this episode, but overall, you’ll leave this episode feeling BEYOND inspired. Angela explains her journey to meditation and how it has completely changed her life. She talks about her journey from modeling to singing to becoming a professional voiceover artist, and she also explains how she stays grounded in the entertainment industry. She went on tour with Martina McBride, went on a life-changing meditation retreat in India, became a surrogate for an amazing couple, had a documentary created about her story, and more! She discusses how to stay present and how to handle life’s curveballs. She also talks about following your heart, disregarding what society expects of you, and more.

If you want to watch the documentary about Angela’s surrogacy story, look up TWO: The Story of Roman and Nyro (http://www.twothedocumentary.com).

To find out more about Angela, visit http://www.angelawhittaker.com. For more information about her meditation courses, visit http://harmonyinme.com.

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 035: Chickpea in the City – Blogger Addie Martanovic

In this week’s episode, we sit down with health blogger Addie Martanovic from www.chickpeainthecity.org! It was her birthday the day we recorded this episode, so we talk about her birthday plans and the bad Tinder date she went on. We also discuss what it’s like to be a blogger in college, the biggest misconceptions about blogging, and how she balances it all. We also discuss body image, disordered eating, and gaining weight.

To learn more about Addie, check out her blog, www.chickpeainthecity.org, and follow her on Instagram (@chickpeainthecity), Twitter (@addiemartan), and Snapchat (@addiemartan)!

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 034: Bridesmaid for Hire, Jen Glantz

In this episode, we interview Jen Glantz, the founder of Bridesmaid for Hire! Jen gets hired by hundreds of women to help out at their weddings – she’s a bridesmaid, writes wedding speeches, acts as a stand-in therapist, runs around to make sure everything goes smoothly, and sometimes takes on different aliases to trick the brides’ family and friends! Jen has seen it all, from happy endings to extreme heartache. In this interview, she talks about her craziest wedding stories, the most scandalous situation she’s ever encountered, the best wedding she ever went to, and the biggest bridezilla she’s ever dealt with. She also discusses how to write a good wedding speech, the biggest mistakes that brides and bridesmaids make, and more!

To learn more about Jen, visit her site, jenglantz.com, and follow her on Instagram (@jenglantz). You can also check out her business (or even hire her!) at bridesmaidforhire.com. Be sure to check out her books, All My Friends Are Engaged and Always A Bridesmaid (For Hire)!

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 033: Les Alfred on Fitness, Easy Eats, & Instagram Shade

In this week’s episode, we sit down with Les Alfred, the blogger behind The Balanced Berry (www.thebalancedberry.com), to talk about health and fitness! Les is not only a health and wellness junkie, but also a certified personal trainer. We talk about health and fitness lies, the most efficient ways to workout, cardio myths, and how to figure out a workout routine. We also discuss easy meals, ways to reduce stress, and oil cleansing! We cover pressures in the gym, why it’s sometimes good to take a step back, and how to deal with unhealthy fitness and eating habits.

Make sure you check out Les’s blog (www.thebalancedberry.com) for delicious recipes, life talk, and other health tips! You can find her on Instagram (@balancedberry) and Twitter (@balancedberry) as well! To learn more about Les, you can read Christina’s interview with her on Christina’s blog, Addicted to Lovely (http://addictedtolovely.com/2016/08/10/les-get-personal-the-balanced-berry/).

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 032: Eating Disorders – Real Talk

In this episode, we discuss an important subject – eating disorders. We want to start off with a warning that this episode might be triggering. If you think that you might be triggered by a discussion about EDs, then we suggest you skip this episode and join us again next week. Our friend Kate from kaleinit.com joins us in this episode, and Kate and Christina share about their battles with eating disorders. We discuss recovery, stereotypes around eating disorders, and how to deal with triggers. We also talk about why we think eating disorders are so prevalent, how people treated us during our struggles, and what to do if you think you or someone you know has an eating disorder.

If you need someone to talk to, visit mentorconnect.com to be connected to a mentor who can help you if you are new to recovery.

Follow Kate on Instagram (@she_be_kale_in_it) and check out her blog, kaleinit.com, to get to know her better! You can also find her at the Good Fest in April, as well as in the members-only FB group that you get to join when you sign up to be a member of the Good Society!

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 031: Taking a Quarter Off & Dealing With Judgment

In this episode, Christina and her friend Kellan discuss taking a quarter off from college. There’s definitely a stigma around taking time off, and people tend to judge. Why are we so hard on ourselves? Why do people judge others for taking time off from college? We talk about how taking time off changed us as people and gave us a new perspective on life.

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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AA 030: Hazing, the Greek Bubble, & Communicating With Your Partner

In this episode, we start off by discussing Greek life. We talk about the sorority/fraternity “bubble” and how it’s important for people to snap out of it by the time they reach their third and fourth years in college. We also discuss hazing stories and how hazing is different in sororities and fraternities. Then we move onto dating advice! We talk about the most effective way to communicate with your partner, how to tell if you’re being asked on a date, and why you should stop playing texting games. We also talk about what you should wear and do on a first date, good presents for guys, and what some major turnoffs are.

As always, if you have a question you want us to answer or topic you want us to discuss, you can submit it on our website (www.actuallyadultish.com). You can also tweet us (@actuallyadult) or email us at actuallyadultish@gmail.com. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/actuallyadultish) to keep up with updates! You should also definitely check out Christina’s blog, addictedtolovely.com.

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