© 2022 | Jefferson Public Radio
Southern Oregon University
1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, OR 97520
541.552.6301 | 800.782.6191
KSOR Header background image 1
a service of Southern Oregon University
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Got a question or need advice? Ask Life Kit and we'll get an expert to answer

The words "Dear Life Kit" are surrounded by a collage of paper, envelopes and stamps, all atop kraft paper. A pigeon holding an envelope sits atop the Life Kit logo.
Photo Collage by Trish Pickelhaupt/NPR

Updated April 6, 2022 at 3:31 PM ET

We've got experts, now we need your questions! Life Kit has an advice column, and we're looking for your questions and quandaries to share with our experts.

Write to us anonymously using the form below, and we'll get your question in front of the right expert to answer it!

Try to include some details about your situation — this will help the expert give you better advice. So tell us about your predicament.


(Note: Your question will be anonymous, but it may be posed to an expert publicly, so please do not share a question you do not wish us to publish. We may remove any details that would identify you, and your question may be edited for style, brevity or clarity.)

If you love Life Kit and want more, subscribe to our newsletter.

Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

Bronson Arcuri
Bronson Arcuri is a video producer at NPR, where he directs the "Planet Money Shorts" video series and helps out with Tiny Desk Concerts from time to time. He also produced "Elise Tries" and "Ron's Office Hours" along with the "Junior Bugler" series, which he still insists was "pretty good for what it was."
Becky Harlan
Becky Harlan is a video producer at NPR. In this role, she makes videos for things like "Maddie About Science"; explainers covering everything from the impact of green roofs in New York City to food deserts in Washington, D.C.; and interview-based videos that create space for individuals to share their own experience on topics like treaty relations between the U.S. and Native Nations, American Sign Language, menstruation, and childbirth with complications.
Trish Pickelhaupt