If you're child-free by choice, you may get comments from people wanting to know more about your decision. Life Kit asked our audience for their go-to responses about being child-free.
NPR's advice podcast shares the most popular episodes of the year, which includes tips on how to avoid thinking traps and protect North American birds during migration.
Hosting a holiday party? NPR's audience shares their best untraditional party ideas and themes — and their strategies to make the experience truly epic.
The former first lady responds to an NPR listener who says that COVID has left them feeling lost and isolated. Her suggestion? 'Take a risk' and 'put yourself out there.'
Can't stop thinking mean thoughts about yourself? Researchers and psychologists share how to break the cycle.
This guide from Life Kit includes podcast episodes on how to select the right health care plan, a glossary of common insurance jargon and why you should give your summary of benefits a close read.
Last month, we asked NPR's audience to share creative ways they show affection in their platonic relationships. Some ideas? Ask friends how they're really doing ... and give them the gift of time.
Marielle Segarra explains how she starts her day — and shares her favorite Life Kit episodes, life hacks and why she's excited to talk about money and finance on the podcast.
For many parents, the wall-to-wall news coverage of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade means facing some questions from their kids. Here's how to answer them.
The news is overwhelming right now. While we wait for more information, don't forget to care for yourself and loved ones in other ways.
If you're trying to start a habit that you'll actually stick with, try doing something that brings you joy.
Making exercise a daily habit can feel daunting if it feels like it counts only when you go all in. Instead, remember that every small movement counts.
There are lots of benefits to creating art. Experts say if you spend just 10 minutes of random art-making, it will help you kick-start the habit — no creative inspiration required.
Avoiding money issues is often at the expense of our longer-term financial — and mental — wellbeing. To upend problematic money behavior, try doing an audit of your last few money interactions.
A lot of us fall into the trap of saving up work we have to complete over the weekend for Sunday evening. Get catch-up work done earlier, so the last thing you do before Monday is something fun.