5 alternatives to learn something new (FOR FREE!)

Summer is here! For many, it is finally time to relax and let go of the stress they accumulated overtime, or to find a job. However, it is also the perfect time to INCREASE YOUR KNOWLEDGE and LEARN NEW SKILLS that could help you in your professional life, or even help you make your way out of the low-budget curse.

This is why I gathered five websites where you can learn something new–five websites that I use myself. Now don’t worry, you can put away your wallet and your credit card because those websites are ALL FREE!

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Stop wasting money on unnecessary products/services

If there is one thing we all did at least once, it is to waste our money on something that was completely unnecessary. Who has never done so? The most recent example I have in mind is the trendy fidget spinner. Although I respect people’s decision to buy one, it is nothing but a waste of money (in my opinion). A fidget spinner has no meaning nor concrete usefulness whatsoever, and for an average price of $10, we can buy something more useful.

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Rule #1: “Low budget” does not equal “poor”

The status of college student is usually associated with being poor or living on a low budget. But I would like you to draw a line here and memorize the following rule: low budget does not equal being poor.

Having to live on a low budget can indeed be tough, and may lead many to falsely believe that they are poor and very limited in their options and how much they can enjoy their life.

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