Everyone needs a little help being a human. From sleep to saving money to parenting and more, we talk to the experts to get the best advice out there. Life Kit is here to help you get it together.
How To Learn A New Skill
It can be incredibly gratifying to harness mastery of a skill. But why is learning new things so hard?
In this episode, we'll explore that question and give you three steps to start learning something new. Now all you need to do is decide what it is you want to learn!
Climate Anxiety Is Real. Here's How To Address It
Feeling anxious about the climate crisis is a totally normal response, says ecotherapist Phoenix Smith. Here's how you can manage those feelings for the long haul.
Inbox Zero Isn't The Goal Anymore. Try Inbox Infinity
Unread emails can be a source of anxiety for a lot of people. So instead of trying to read, filter or delete everything in your inbox, what if you just ignored it?
Finding Agency With A Birth Plan
Having a birth plan can prepare you for pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. Here's what to keep in mind as you start to put yours together.
How To Choose A Health Insurance Plan
Open enrollment is back again and with it, the many confusing health insurance terms. Here are some of those terms defined to help you choose the best plan for you.
How To Rethink What You Spend Your Time — And Life — Doing
You've only got 4,000 weeks to live — give or take. While that may come as a brutal dose of reality, it's also an opportunity to think about how you're spending that time.
In this episode, we talk to Oliver Burkeman, author of Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, about the idea of time management, why none of us will ever be in control, and how we can better decide what we spend time on, and ultimately, the moments that make up a life.
Life Kit: How To Receive Feedback
I love that this podcast is essentially a complication of super helpful “life hacks”. I’ve been looking for something like this for a while—something that would be short and sweet—something that would be beneficial for both me and my students—and this is it!
No more episodes with Andee Tagle
It’s offensive how boring her interviews are. She always has the coolest guests and it’s like she’s holding her breath and not asking the right questions. No more with her... anybody else. Her interviews are as interesting to listen to as milk. Room temperature, whole fat milk.
The Host… Ugh
Some of the topics are interesting, but the voice of Elise Hu is so sugary sweet and she speaks to the listener in a somewhat patronizing way. I think she’s better suited for a podcast directed towards children.