With the holidays just around the corner and 2020 not far away, you’re probably thinking about two things. The first is what to get your favorite people for this gift-giving season. The other is finalizing your New Year’s resolution (or resolutions). We’ve got a simple answer for both your conundrums: creative online classes. Online art, photography, and business classes are an easy way to learn something new from the convenience of your own home.
Are you looking to cultivate a new hobby this fall?
Do you get a rush from learning something new?
Did you ever wish you had taken that drawing class? Or learned how to photograph beautiful blooms? It’s never too late to follow your whims and enjoy a new creative endeavor. In fact, it’s easier than ever with online art and photography classes. Thanks to sites like CreativeLive and Creativebug, you can take a variety of courses that will show you how to do everything from mixing paint colors to creating fantasy worlds in Photoshop.
Learning is fun–especially when you do it sitting in your pajamas.
The weather outside is no longer frightful, and it’s a delightful time to enjoy the outdoors.
One of the best ways to nurture yourself as you get older is to continue learning. Getting out of your comfort zone and attempting new things is not only rewarding but good for your brain, too. An easy way to do this is by taking a class online. There are thousands of virtual creative courses that teach everything you’d want in an art and photography education—from essential techniques to building a sustainable business.
In the hustle and bustle of daily life, it's important to nurture your interests.
With January nearly over, how are your new year’s resolutions going?
Is your Netflix queue looking a little sad? Instead of searching for another show to binge, tune into Bluprint (formerly Craftsy), which is like a Netflix for creative learning. They’ve recently launched a subscription service that has classes on a variety of art and craft subjects as well as video profiles of modern makers and articles to supplement it all. Through their online platform, you can discover how to do things like knitting, embroidery, or baking the perfect cake.
Being on the cusp of the new year, we can’t help but think about what’s ahead in 2019.
Growing up was when many of us fostered a life-long love of learning.