Skillshare’s online courses are the perfect last-minute Mother’s Day gift

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One of the most daunting tasks when it comes to breaking into a new field of work or pursuing a hobby is the sheer volume of things you have to learn or understand just to be able to enjoy it. This is especially the case for any subject that might otherwise require formal education or training (i.e. like photography or coding). Skillshare is an online service with thousands of online video courses covering virtually every topic imaginable, from social media best practices to Italian cooking. You can watch unique online lessons taught by experts in the field to help you understand the basics of a subject to complex and advanced lessons for a more experienced audience.

What makes Skillshare unique from other online educational platforms is that when you become a member, you can take courses for any subject whenever you want and at your own pace. Many other online course services require you to purchase a specific course from one person at a time, which can certainly be expensive and lock you into a single subject. Instead, Skillshare lets you learn what you want, when you want. Redeem Code ANNUAL30AFF! and get Skillshare today. Oh, and if you’re looking for a last minute Mother’s Day gift, Skillshare is a perfect option since you won’t have to worry about getting there in time for Sunday.

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Karen O. Fielding