I have a 'hobbyist' interest in economics (read several popular science econ books and listen to a lot of podcasts).
Recently I've been trying to take this further by looking at courses in economics. I have a strong maths background (PhD in stats), and I find a lot of early undergraduate courses interesting, but they often seem to ignore the underlying maths, so feel like they are missing out some important detail. On the other hand, I find graduate level courses a good level but feel like they don't build my economics 'intuition'; which I get the impression is very important to develop economic thinking.
My question is are there any resources that offer a good balance between the two? I'm particularly interested in macro, but any micro resources would also be interesting.