Why You Should Learn Everyday

10 Reasons to Learn Something New Everyday


Many studies cite that learning new skills is an incredible way to improve your life. But specifically how? We look at 10 areas of your life that can be dramatically enhanced simply by allowing yourself to try something different, new and potentially useful!

1. Enhance your quality of life.

Learning provides you with an escape when you need it, knowledge when you seek it, and a great and satisfying pastime.

You may graze our workshops to find a temporary escape or a new long-time hobby. Either way you’ll be absorbed within minutes of arriving.

2. Reduce stress. 

A new hobby can be a great stress reliever. It helps us break out of our normal patterns of behaviour. It gives our brains something to think about other than our daily worries. It might be a mere temporary distraction but it shows our mind and body that thinking about something other than stressful things is possible and desirable.

3. Gain confidence.

When we succeed in learning something we feel better, more confident in ourselves and our ability to tackle all sorts of new tasks.

Gaining confidence to tackle DIY projects is one of the most common reasons learners join our different variety of classes.

4. Knowledge is power.

When you have knowledge, you have the power to achieve many things. One of the most crucial reasons to learn something new is that you gain power when you do. This new-found power means you can don’t need someone else to fix, mend or make something in your home or that you own. You are empowered to do it yourself!

5. Improve your mental health.

One reason why learning has a positive impact on our mental well-being is that it is often about setting goals or targets and achieving these. This sense of achievement is an important part of ‘doing well’ completing a project is a satisfying way to gain this feeling of accomplishment.


6. Socialising. 

Often learning is a social activity and it can help us connect with other people, which is sometimes difficult to do on a meaningful level in today’s electronic world. Social connections are vital to our mental well-being.


7. Be selfish.

Learning something new might be the excuse you need for some “me time”. Time away from work or family. An appointment with yourself. It might just keep you sane.


8. Have fun.

Resolving to learn something new is exciting: the world is full of fascinating skills and talents. And the process of discovering them, not just the end result, is enjoyable and rewarding.

9. Set an example.

There’s nothing that gets children interested like observing their parents expressing excitement about learning. Inspire your kids to want to learn, too. Better still, learn together and share a common interest for life.


10. Rediscover.

Many of us have given up on something with were once enthusiastic about in order to focus on a more secure career path. But doesn’t it niggle? Wouldn’t you like to know if you still have the skill and the passion for your long neglected hobby?

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