1. DuoLingo

Ranked first is DuoLingo. The often recommended language-teaching website (and app) helps people worldwide learn new languages in a matter of months. Wether you want to pick up Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, English or any of the other languages available on their website. And the best part is: it’s 100% FREE!

2. Khan Academy

Want to learn a new subject but don’t have the funds to take a college course? Khan Academy is the solution. Khan Academy helps you learn new subjects like math, science, history, finance or entrepreneurship.

3. Justin Guitar

Everyone wants to play the guitar but it can be very intimidating. Justin Guitar offers hundreds of free guitar lessons so you can finally learn how to play the guitar.

4. MIT Open Courseware

Didn’t get accepted into MIT? No problem. MIT now offers tons of information online through their online courses. MIT open courseware offers topics such as Business, Energy, Engineering, Health and Medicine, Science and much more.

5. Investopedia

Many of us don’t have finance degrees which sometimes make it difficult to fully understand financial news and the markets. Luckily Investopedia has tons of resources to help you understand the world of money.

6. Quora

Ever wanted to ask someone famous a question but had no idea how? Try Quora. Quora is a platform where anyone can ask questions and get answers from experts in that specific industry.

7. Codecademy

Want to learn how to code but have no idea how to get started? Visit Codecademy! Codecademy offers free interactive tutorials to help you learn the basics of programming and handy tools for helping you become an expert. Next time you have an idea for a great app or website you can just code it yourself!

8. TED

TED hosts tons of events worldwide where some of the smartest people on the planet provide insights into a wide variety of topics. All of these talks are filmed and uploaded to their website so you can watch them from the comfort of your home. Next time you want to watch some TV put on a TED talk or two instead of a fake reality TV show!

9. HowStuffWorks

HowStuffWorks answers questions you didn’t even know you had. Some examples: What happens if you eat boogers? What does the body use water for? Why do girls wear pink and boys wear blue? Can a person remember being born?

10. Lifehacker

Lifehacker is a handy blog that features tips, shortcuts and downloads to help you do things smarter and more efficient than before.