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The internet is the future, girls. We know this, that’s why we are constantly surfing. There are some websites that are really welcoming in the future and making our lives so much easier. Here are the most innovative, cool websites you need to know.
Struggling to keep a gratitude diary? Don’t know why you should track your mood? Well, 3-minute journal helps you keep everything fresh in your mind, it will ask you questions after your journal entry, and track your mood/life-events. This is a great way of dumping everything that’s in your mind so you don’t have to think about it.
Trying to lay out a travel itinerary is so stressful. I always lose my check-in email and forget which email I used, not to mention thinking about airport transfers, seats, refunds and other things. Forward those emails to Tripit and they’ll collect all your details together in one super helpful itinerary. It’s like having a personal travel assistant.
Love to learn? Then you need r/lectures. Reddit is basically a huge community based on user-uploaded content, which might take a while to get used to if you aren’t already. With r/lectures all the best video lectures from history are collected in one place. From the making of Donald Trump to futurism and why we should be afraid of AI, there is something seriously interesting here for everyone.
Medium is the place to be if you want to check out the news and big stories curated and compiled by average people. It’s your dashboard of inspiring stories, from real life to reactions based on the news. The best part is, you can start writing stories as soon as you join.
Aspiring writer? Want to improve your blogging? One word randomly generates a word for you to do a timed writing exercise on every day. I do this to keep my skills sharp and give myself confidence that I can actually still write fiction, but it can be used to compile a memoir in small parts or just to improve your typing.
Browsing the web for courses to do? Try CourseBuffet instead, all you have to do is type what you’re interested in learning and CB will pull all the relevant free courses from over 250 top Universities. It’s never been easier to start something you’ll actually enjoy learning!
No excuse list
Another great source for learning, No Excuse List is a resource including all the best courses to learn anything from art to web development, so if you’re having trouble finding something that you really want to learn, check this out.
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