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.
You Need A Hobby. Here's How To Find One
When was the last time you did something just for fun — not to make money, or be productive, or because someone else wanted you to? In this episode, a knitter, a rock climber and a cocktail enthusiast teach us how (and why) to find a hobby.
Why Talking About Hard Things Makes 'Whole Dimensions Open Up'
NPR's Noel King talks to Anna Sale of the podcast 'Death, Sex & Money' about her new book, "Let's Talk About Hard Things."
Questions To Ask Yourself Before Going Maskless
There are lots of things to consider if you're planning on shedding your mask. In this episode, NPR science editor Maria Godoy joins us to walk through the CDC recommendations and the research to back them up.
Finding The Perfect Name For Your Baby
Picking a name for a baby can be overwhelming. With all the possibilities out in the world, it can be hard to even begin to choose. On this episode of Life Kit, host Diana Opong speaks with baby naming experts for a framework that can help.
Stitch By Stitch, Get Started Sewing
Learning how to sew opens up a world of options for making your own clothes — or transforming old ones. This guide can help you get started.
You're Probably Not As Open-Minded As You Think
We'd all like to think we're open to new ideas and curious about how others see the world. But our brains aren't wired that way — in fact, being open-minded takes some conscious practice.
Not bad and maybe not as liberal as NPR usually is
I like it. It’s short, sweet, and I can stay up-to-date on psychological, biological, home Ec, sci and other topics.
You have some more conservative / libertarian type listeners, so please cut back on all the “carbon footprint” garbage. I’m not a wasteful person, nor are most of the people I know. But news flash: humans aren’t powerful enough to destroy the earth God gave us as our temporary abode.
I used to love this podcast but I find myself skipping episodes more often than not. They talk about common sense topics and are too liberal at times
Highly recommend to subscribe to all and then pick and choose the topics that are of interest. There’s so many that are worth the listen.