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20 minutes | 2 days ago
How To Relax More And Work Less
When was the last time you had a meal without looking at your phone, or took a day off without answering a work email? Journalist Celeste Headlee spoke with therapist Amelia Aldao for her tips for taking a break.
19 minutes | 4 days ago
Get Back Into Your Home Workout Routine
If your home workout routine isn't much of a routine, we're right there with you. A personal trainer joined NPR's Maria Godoy to talk tips for carving out time and space at home for exercise.
14 minutes | 5 days ago
Coping With Anxiety Around The News
The news is overwhelming right now. Neuroscientist Judson Brewer can help. Take a break from the headlines and press play. (This episode originally ran in October 2020.)
20 minutes | 9 days ago
5 Steps To Get Into A Deep Cleaning Routine
It's a New Year. Time to start with a clean slate — even in your home. Here's how to start fresh without getting overwhelmed.
11 minutes | 11 days ago
What To Say To People Hesitant About The Coronavirus Vaccine
Many Americans remain unsure about whether to get the coronavirus vaccine. If you're talking to people in your life about getting it, make sure to lead with empathy and acknowledge what you don't know.
21 minutes | 12 days ago
The Art Of Breaking Up
Breaking up is tough, no matter how sure you are in your decision. In this episode, certified dating coach Damona Hoffman walks us through the steps to go through in the process, and the small decisions that can make a big impact on how you'll come out on the other side.
17 minutes | 14 days ago
No Recipe, No Problem: Improvising In The Kitchen
Following a recipe is easy, but improvising in the kitchen takes confidence — and a well-stocked pantry. Samin Nosrat and Hrishi Hirway of the podcast Home Cooking give their advice for whipping up great meals without a recipe.
26 minutes | 16 days ago
What To Tell Kids When The News Is Scary
When the headlines are terrifying, how can parents make sure kids get the facts without traumatizing them? Whether it's a school shooting, a global pandemic or an insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, child development experts have some advice. (This episode originally ran in March 2019.)
22 minutes | 18 days ago
5 Steps To Saving Money On A Move
Millions of Americans are relocating during the pandemic. Here's how to plan for a move — and save money in the process.
19 minutes | 19 days ago
How To Make A Hard Decision
Making a hard decision can be agonizing. What if you pick the wrong thing? In this episode, an Oxford professor walks us through a different approach: What if there isn't a best alternative?
16 minutes | 23 days ago
7 Steps To Get Your Photos Organized
Feeling overwhelmed by thousands of photos? Here's how to organize them, from tagging them to backing them up. We've got tips from the experts.
14 minutes | 25 days ago
Trying To Form A Habit? Start Small
BJ Fogg's book "Tiny Habits" explains that making small changes in behavior requires just a little motivation and lots of celebrating — and can have a big impact. (This episode originally ran earlier this year.)
22 minutes | a month ago
Understanding The Biology Of Weight Loss
Biology makes it hard to lose weight, so don't beat yourself up. In this episode, we won't tell you how to lose weight — or whether you even need to . But we'll explain science, which might help you be kinder to your body. (This episode originally ran in 2019.)
13 minutes | a month ago
Want To Read More Books? Here's How
Got an intimidating tower of unread books looming on your nightstand? This episode will help you pick up more books and get through them quicker. (This episode originally ran in 2019.)
18 minutes | a month ago
Finding Your Inner Sneakerhead
Being a sneakerhead looks different in a digital world, where shoes sell out in minutes and YouTubers review new kicks. NPR's Jeff Pierre shows us how to navigate it all — and trust your inner sneakerhead.
17 minutes | a month ago
Should You Lie To Your Kids About Santa And The Tooth Fairy?
When it comes to characters like Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, parents often play along with elaborate charades. But what should grown-ups do when kids ask tough questions? (This episode originally ran in 2019.)
10 minutes | a month ago
Tricks To Stay Warm During Outdoor Winter Hangouts
Socializing in the great outdoors is safer during the pandemic, but lower temperatures can make it tough. NPR's Sam Gringlas got some tips to stay toasty.
13 minutes | a month ago
Cutting Back On Pandemic Drinking
Alcohol sales are high and Americans are drinking more during the pandemic. If you're thinking of cutting back or even taking a break, you're not alone. Life Kit talked to the experts about how to do that.
19 minutes | a month ago
How To Help A Someone At Risk Of Suicide
Americans are reporting an increase in mental health challenges and suicidal ideation because of the coronavirus. If someone you know is struggling, here's how you can help.
15 minutes | a month ago
A Therapist's Advice For Getting Through Pandemic Holidays
The holidays are extra stressful this year. Psychologist and author Andrea Bonior offers some tips, whether you're feeling stressed, angry, lonely or guilty.
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