Question: What are you learning?

I’m a firm believer that we should always be learning.

Whether you’re taking a new ecourse, picking up a new skill for work or learning a new language in your downtime, it’s so important that we keep our brains expanding and minds open to all that’s out there.

When I sat down to think about things I wanted to accomplish, learning and expanding my skill sets was at the top of the list. Taking courses from Brit + co and Skill Share to help do it. I wanted to pick up new tricks of the trade to help me grow the blog and to grow at my day job.

In fact, that’s one of the things that I really love about my day job, I am constantly learning. In the eight months that I’ve been there, I’ve learned and done more than I thought possible.

Here are a few things I plan to dig deeper into this year:

– Photo editing, finally purchasing a camera and expanding from iPhoneography (which I still love).

– Filming and video editing, I really want to expand to YouTube

– Tacking InDesign, just to expand my knowledge of the creative suite.

– Creating and developing physical projects, because it’s easy to get things created on the internet, but I really want to have a good understanding of the process before I dive in.

What new things do you want to learn this year? Or what have you already been studying?! Share your new lessons in the comments!

 

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  1. I’ve also had the vague notion of expanding to Youtube, but I haven’t really thought about what kind of content I’d upload. Still sitting on it! // Lately I’ve been trying to work on my portrait photogrpahy. I also want to learn how to use Illustrator. -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

  2. Youtube i something I want to get into this year as well. More so like travel vlogs to document my travels when I do travel.

  3. I love this. I believe deeply in it, too, but it’s something I never seem to do a great job of… I took a Coursera series a couple years ago & would like to do that again!

  4. I love this and like you said we should always be learning. I use to take classes on Lynda.com and Udemy.com and It was cool. I just have to learn how to organize my time since I’m a single parent. I am thinking about getting back into learning a new skill.