If you've already watched Tiger King, participated in every social media hashtag challenge out there and are tired of virtual happy hours, you can use your newfound free time to pick up on that hobby or skill you've always had wanted to learn.
We've put together some of the best free online courses for you to take now, depending on your interests, so you can quarantine and learn something new.
If that guitar you gathered dust for in your closet years ago, Fender Guitars offers a three-month free trial of guitar, bass, and ukulele lessons . The offer goes to the first 1 million who sign up, so act fast.
Improve Your Skills and Creativity
Skillshare's series of thousands of lessons is available for free during a two-month trial period. You will find courses ranging from a wide range of interests: creative writing, photo editing, digital illustration, graphic design, web development, blogging, knitting and more.
Perfect Your Photography
If you've always had an eye for photography, sharpen your skills with Nikon's online courses. Nikon offers free access to all of its April-month courses, including pet photography, using a DSLR camera, landscape photography, and more.
Now is a better time than any to learn to cook. Chef Christopher Kimball of America's Test Kitchen opened his Milk Street Cooking School free online classes during the rest of April. You can learn life skills, bake sweet, get the most out of your instant pot and master cooking without using a recipe as a stool.
Planting a Garden
If you're looking for a green thumb, Oregon State University is offering its Vegetable Gardening and Master Gardener courses for free this month. You will learn things like soil preparation, crop rotation, fertilization and more so you can create and maintain your garden.
Learn How to Be Happy
The most popular class ever taught at Yale University is & # 39; The Science of Well-Being & # 39; and it is free to take online. The course will help you build more productive habits and involve students in challenges to increase their overall happiness, as we could now use more happiness in our lives.
Take Harvard Approved Courses
If you're not quite sure what you're looking for, Harvard has hundreds of free online classes to choose from. You can learn more about Shakespeare, technology entrepreneurship, the science of weather, poetry of America and even 18th century opera through the self-paced courses.