what would be a good skill to learn? i got some time to kill. preferrably something that i can learn in a rather short time and that i can learn at home with online tutorials.
Another language is a very nice skill to have and helps with some jobs. Plenty of online courses and if you want to learn one quickly pick one that's similar to your native language (assuming english, so go for french or german).
you can try not being a little bitch, did you think of that OP?
sewing, cooking and cleaning under my belt. also guitar and piano.
i was looking for some more dynamic skills. like, doing a backflip maybe? but my downstairs neighbours would kill me...
Walking on your hand.
Any of that dank circus stuff little greasy shit use to try and impress women in the park.
That's the worst, grow dreads and learn poi.
It like a yo-yo that doesn't spin.
Copy-editing. Start with your native language, and then branch out into others. It's amazing how much you can completely own an online conversation just by being able to write like a boss. With enough practice, you can even do it professionally.
>i can learn in a rather short time and that i can learn at home with online tutorials
other than that those are some neat ideas. but i need to stick to things that don't need expensive equipment.
EVERYONE should learn an instrument. one of the greatest outlets you will ever find
Im also a try all kind of new things kinda guy. I recently realised sticking to one thing and becoming great at it (not some random thing, but something valuable like drawing or playing an instrument) is way more satisfactory then learning all kind of things but not being great at a single one of them
I learned guitar at 20 cause some artsy girl broke my heart, and I loved that she was an artist. SO I started playing guitar so that I could love about myself what I loved about her.
I just want to say it was the absolute best decision I ever made.