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What a start to the New Year.
Every New Year marks a new beginning, but this one certainly feels — well, you know. We wish some things had stayed in 2020.
Here at Life Kit, we’re leading listeners and readers through big choices and small changes over the coming month — all to help you stay healthy and happy.
Maybe you’re facing a tough decision in the coming year? Our managing producer Meghan Keane spoke with Ruth Chang, an Oxford University professor who studies decision-making. She says that it’s important to distinguish between big choices and hard ones. Decisions get tough when none of your choices seem better than the others. That’s where the power of commitment comes in. Learn more here.
Maybe, like millions of Americans in the past year, you’re making a move. Whether it’s across town or across the country, pandemic-related or not, Life Kit’s Andee Tagle will guide you through steps to stay calm and save some money in the process. Here are our moving tips.
And maybe, like some of us here on Life Kit, you never quite settled into your 2020 resolutions. The best way to make big changes — whether you want to exercise more, eat better, or learn a new skill — is to start small. Science correspondent Maria Godoy spoke with author BJ Fogg about how tiny changes in behavior can lead to new habits and meaningful change.
Whatever you’re planning for 2021, we’re here to help: We’ll have other episodes on how to break up (!), how to deep clean, how to set boundaries with your family and more.
Just getting through the past year (hey, even the past week) is a feat in itself — and something to celebrate. Whatever 2021 looks like, and whatever challenges it brings, we’ll be here.
Your friends at Life Kit
P.S. Have little ones who are asking about the news this week? This classic Life Kit on talking with kids about scary headlines might help. (Read or listen here.)
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