Andee Tagle Andee Tagle (she/her) is an associate producer and now-and-then host for NPR's Life Kit podcast.
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Andee Tagle

Andee Tagle (she/her) is an associate producer and now-and-then host for NPR's Life Kit podcast.

For Life Kit, she helps craft both audio and written stories on all things of-the-moment actionable journalism, and is often lucky enough to make podcasts inspired by her own personal misadventures. She's hosted episodes on grappling with likeability, relationship contracts and moving on a budget; and has produced episodes on everything from finding the right mentor to listening better to how to decide when to have a baby.

Tagle is the lead author of the Life Kit newsletter, in which no bad pun is spared to create a bite-size weekly digest of Life Kit's most useful offerings. You might have also seen her awkwardly testing listener tips for NPR's Instagram. (For this, she apologizes.)

Tagle joined NPR as an intern for the Arts Desk in 2019, where she wrote reviews for movies and books, adapted interviews, and shamelessly watched hours upon hours of TV for "research." Originally from Los Angeles, she holds a B.S. in Communications from UCLA, and an M.A. in Journalism with a concentration in Arts & Culture from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.

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22 tips for 2022: Money problems don't just disappear. Here's how to face them

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Before you open the calorie counter, consider the role of diet culture

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Understanding the promises — and limits — of ethical investing

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Creativity can't be forced. Take breaks, zone out to find new inspiration

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22 tips for 2022: If you want to succeed, choose your failures — in advance

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22 tips for 2022: Jealous? Compersion can help tame the green-eyed monster

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Stressed about money? Scared to check your balance? These tips are for you

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Encore: How To Reframe Jealousy In Relationships

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Encore: You can't control time, but you can change your relationship with the clock

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A government digital poster encourages people to wear face masks to curb the spread of coronavirus in a bus stop in London, Friday, Dec. 17, 2021. Masking is a key way to help control the spread of the virus. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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We answered your questions on safety, loneliness and anxiety during the holidays

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