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Learning Outside of School

Some people thrive on formal learning situations. But if this is not for you or you have family or other responsibilities you may prefer to learn on your own schedule, with your own goals in mind. No one is really busy 24 hours a day, so grab some free time for yourself. You can get up an hour earlier or go to bed an hour later. If you think you don’t have time to learn something new, make a sign that states, “I Don’t Have Time To Study” near your television. This way when you are taking time to watch your favorites show, you will realize that maybe you do have time to study. So go ahead, feed your mind and learn something new and exciting.

Identify what you want to learn, set an objective, then gather your resources:Explore the area you’re interested in to find out what excites your interest:Check your local high school or college/universitySearch the InternetDoes your local supermarket have cooking classes?Visit your public library or museumIf you are not sure of what you want to know more about, stop the subject niches here at BellaOnline.com to get an idea of what you want to be when you grow up. The bottom line? Don’t use excuses not to learn something new.

Would you like to test yourself to find out how skilled you are? Check out http://brainbench.com/ a learning and aptitude site that has many free tests. When you pass the test, you can get a free certificate for your bragging wall.

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