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Meghan Keane

Managing Producer, Life Kit

Meghan Keane is the founder and managing producer for NPR's Life Kit, which brings listeners advice and actionable information about personal finances, health, parenting, relationships and more. She is responsible for the editorial vision of Life Kit, which aims to serve NPR's larger mission of public service.

Prior to founding Life Kit, Keane was a producer for NPR's award winning podcast Invisibilia. There, she produced long form stories about understanding human behavior and the invisible forces that shape our lives. She reported stories about the intersection of positivity, grief, and Disneyland and another story about a woman obsessed with her daydream world.

Keane is also a founding producer of NPR's TED Radio Hour, which has consistently been one of NPR's top podcasts since its debut. She first joined NPR in 2011 as an intern for Weekend All Things Considered. Keane holds a B.S. journalism degree from Emerson College and is a native of the Washington, D.C., area.

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Tuesday

Former first lady Michelle Obama talks to Life Kit about her new book The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times Photograph by Mito Habe Evans/NPR; Collage by Life Kit hide caption

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Michelle Obama's best advice on marriage, parenting and being your authentic self

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Friday

How to get ready for what reproductive care could look like if Roe is overturned

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Thursday

Florist Alexander Campbell shares tips to help you level up your supermarket bouquet. We followed his advice to create this arrangement from grocery store flowers. Photo Illustration by Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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How to arrange supermarket flowers like a pro

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Friday

Encore: How to talk to customer service — and actually get what you want

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Monday

Masking is a common coping mechanism employed by autistic people in an attempt to fit into a neurotypical society. Examples of masking include forcing oneself to smile at the "appropriate" times, looking between someone's eyebrows instead of making uncomfortable eye contact, and suppressing stims like hand flapping, even though they're comforting. Megan Rhiannon for NPR hide caption

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Thursday

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How to talk to customer service – and actually get what you want

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Friday

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COMIC: How to be single

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Thursday

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22 tips for 2022: You can't please everyone. Here's how to say 'no' and stick with it

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Thursday

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Good Anxiety Does Exist. Here's How You Can Benefit From It

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