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Make Life Work

Written by: Alice Fraser, Ash Ranpura
Length: 2 hrs and 5 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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These days it can feel like life is a never-ending to-do list, and it’s increasingly difficult to balance work and life. People everywhere are unhappy about their work-life balance, and we’re seeing growing numbers of people reporting burnout.

Comedian and ex-lawyer Alice Fraser has experienced the costs of work-life imbalance first-hand, so she teams up with neuroscientist Ash Ranpura to look for solutions to the demands of modern life.

They journey from the workplace, which is literally killing us, through to our smartphone, beds and even brains, to work out where we’re going wrong and find some science-based solutions.

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Entertaining but lack of depth

It was an entertaining podcast but I wish they had more real-life recommendations on how to tackle the explored issues.

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Caught me off guard, very good.

Off the bat, seemingly very genuine people, from the top to bottom of each episode and special guest. Secondly, they don’t just bore you with facts. They provide personal experiences that they’ve lived through to paint a more vivid picture. Then a lot of their guests come in and bring in some reassuring facts and experiences to really liven the conversation. Episodes are short, but I could listen to these guys all day. If they keep it up using the same approach, they’ll have great success