These are some of our favorite free sites that offer free resources, tools & events that are valuable to daily living.
Find free classes to improve your skills, workshops for kids, where the cheapest gas is in your neighborhood & where the latest free offers are right now right in your own home town.
psst…we like using these valuable links ourselves. We think you will too.
Education – On Line
For Free – For Everyone – Forever
Free Courses include: Math, Science, Economics & Finance, Arts & Humanities, Computing, Test Prep, Partner Content, College Admissions, Talks & Interviews, Coach Resources.
For ages child to adult.
I just signed up for Coding.
Save $$$ Just type in your zip code and find the cheapest gas prices down the street and in your local area. I check this routinely. It’s a dependable $ saver.
Build & Grow Clinics for Kids
Lowe’s offers free Build & Grow Clinics for Kids every other Saturday. Kids can put on their free apron & goggles and build their own wooden project. Free patches, building supplies and more! Find a kids workshop near you and reserve your place. Have fun!
We’ve never attended one of these, have you?
Get rid of things you no longer need, find things that you do, cut down on waste in landfills & help the environment too. It’s a win win situation.
Post an Offer for the things you don’t want.
Post a Wanted for the things you do.
Type in your zip code. Find your neighborhood. Sign-up.
You can even opt in to receive up-to-the-minute Freecycle email listings as they’re posted.
Everything on Freecycle.org cannot be sold. Everything is free.
I signed-up for up-to-the-minute listings in my neighborhood & although I didn’t score the free yards of cloth & I missed the cases of canning jars I did score pumpkins (for pie & bread), dried wild Sand Dollar branches (for a wreath & seeds to plant) & a circa 1960’s hanging lamp…(I’ve yet to re-wire:)