Things you can do when you don’t know what to do

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We all have those days when you don’t know what to do. Sometimes you are just to lazy to move. Sometimes you are so bored that you can’t think what could you do.

Here is the list with the things you can do online when you don’t know what to do. I created this list for myself, but I will share it with you hoping that you’ll find what to do.


Skillshare is a magical place where you can learn many different skills. It’s an online learning community with thousands of classes on various topics such as photography, illustration, freelancing and more.

My favorite classes are photography classes by Tabitha Park. She has amazing tips and tricks on how to take your photography skills to next level.

When you first time sign in, you get two months for free to take as many classes as you wish or can take in those two months.

If you like teaching, you can even become one and share your knowledge with students around world. You can even earn some $ when you get enough students.


One more platform where you can be student and/or teach is Udemy. You can find around 150 000 courses on more than 65 languages. Courses start at 11.99$ and you get lifetime access.

Just like Skillshare, if you wish to become teacher you can earn some $.

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Another great platform to start teaching is Teachable. It is easy to use and they even provide free courses on how to create school and start teaching, how to promote your course, how to set price etc.

You can create course for free, with certain limitations on number of students. Or you can play around with the platform and include it in your services if you are a virtual assistant.

Google Digital Garage

Not only does Google make our life’s easier whit it’s tools, it also offer us a wide range of free learning content. Google Digital Garage has courses that will help you start your career, grow your business, learn digital marketing and more.

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Virtual museum tours

There are many world famous museum that offer virtual tours of their premises or exhibitions through Google Arts&Culture collection. Collection includes Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, The British Museum in London, Musée d’Orsay in Paris.

The British Museum, London

The British Museum is first national museum of the world having over eight million objects in its collection. In their virtual tour you can learn about hundreds of artifacts.

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Google Arts&Culture lets you see most famous Van Gogh pieces almost up close in their virtual tour. Virtual tour includes 500 drawings, over 750 letters and over 200 paintings.

Musée d’Orsay, Paris

Museum is located in the center of Paris and it was build on the former Orsay railway station. It displays art from the period 1848 to 1914. With virtual tour you can get a peek at Monet, Cézanne, and Gauguin’s art, among many others.

And many more

For the full list of virtual tours go to Google Arts&Culture website.

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Courses from prestige universities

Did you know that prestige universities such as Harvard and Brown offer free online courses? Neither did I until I stumbled upon this link. Here you can find 450 ivy league courses completely free. Courses are divided into categories such as data science; business; art&design; health&medicine etc.


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If you are more on the creative side and like to make graphics, I suggest trying out Canva. It is free tool for creating graphics for many needs: pinterest, instaram, blog.

They also have Design School where you can find videos on how to use Canva for yourself or your business.

One more great thing about Canva is that all the designs you make you can sell.


We take photos on our vacations or during strolls down the city, we store those photos somewhere and forget about them. Good thing about not knowing what do to is that you can make yourself busy buy going through all the photos and take a trip down the memory lane. Or you can find some hidden gems and put them up for sale on some of the many stock photography websites. I made a top 5 list in this post.

If you have a suggestion on what to do when you don’t know what to do, comment below and I will include it in this list.


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