If you’re going to be stuck at home, you may as well learn something. Thankfully, it’s never been easier to learn from home!
Learn to code
Coding is the language of the future. It’s something your kids may already be learning at school, and it won’t be long before coding becomes common knowledge all over the world. Stay ahead of the curve and learn this valuable lifeskill while you’ve got some downtime, then put it to good use building a website or coding your own program.
Attend an Ivy League
‘Ivy League’ schools are considered to be the best in the United States, offering world-class education for the lucky few who are skilled enough to get in. But, you don’t have to sit an exam to learn from the best – this website has rounded up 450 free online courses on offer from Ivy League schools, covering everything from health and medicine to art and design.
Learn more here
Pick up a language
With a world of apps, audiobooks and podcasts at your fingertips, there is nothing stopping you from learning a new language during your downtime. From Duolingo to audiobook series from the likes of Paul Noble and Collins, there are plenty of ways to practice new phrases in French, Italian, Spanish and so many more.
Take a Masterclass
The concept behind Masterclass is simple, but it’s the execution that makes this online course so brilliant. Industry leaders in everything from shooting and basketball handling to filmmaking sit down to share their greatest learnings and tricks of the trade. Whether Natalie Portman is teaching you acting or Serena Williams is teaching you tennis, you know for a fact that you’re learning from the best.
Find out more here