The Coronavirus (COVID-19) as here… and it doesn’t look like the whole situation is gonna end any time soon. So why not make the best of the situation, and use this quarantine time to actually learn new stuff.

Learn how to play the guitar, how to fix a car, become a great cook or simply read a book.

Here’s a few tips on how to get through the COVID-19 isolation as smoothly as possible and actually gain new useful skills that you can use later on in your both personal and professional life.

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Write a book and offer it for free! WHY??

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Transfer vehicle insurance bonus inside EU

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Berlin anti-corona protest 2020, Aug. 01

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Amazon returns gone HORRIBLY WRONG + SCAM sellers

Order a PC monitor on Amazon and cancel it a few days later. What could go wrong? Amazon returns gone horribly wrong while exposing some scam sellers is today's topic. These same sellers are still active despite I warned Amazon about them. I'm not saying Amazon...

A professional work desk and chair – under 100 EUR

Finding a good work chair and a desk is always a challenge, especially when no stores are open because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A professional work desk and chair can hard to find. Make sure to watch the video and see what you can get for under 100 EUR. Instead of...

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Germany 2nd lockdown – November 2020 update

2020 just keeps on giving, right? If you're in Germany or thinking about moving here, here's a quick update about the November lockdown and what to expect. Starting from November 2nd (you gotta start from Monday right), Germany is going into another lockdown. Gyms,...