Python requires formatting of blocks with indentation which basically means that you have to leave spaces before writing a line of code.The code lines belonging to same block must have same exact indentation which means the there must be equal number of spaces before each line of a block.So for you code,the correct formatting is like this:
if name == “Kris”:
print(name + " is a lumberjack and he is ok!")
print(name + " sleeps all night and " + name + “works all day!”)
Putting in an extra space or leaving one out where it is needed will surely generate an error message
The error message IndentationError: expected an indented block would seem to indicate that you have an indentation error which is also sometimes caused by a mix of tabs and spaces. The indentation can be any consistent white space . It is recommended to use 4 spaces for indentation in Python, tabulation or a different number of spaces may work, but it is also known to cause trouble at times. Tabs are a bad idea because they may create different amount if spacing in different editors .