MasterClass Suggestions

For my 65th birthday my wonderful son gave me a year-long MasterClass subscription. Now I feel like a kid in a humongous candy store. So many choices! Where to begin? Who do I watch first?

Steve Martin? Margaret Atwood? David Sedaris? Neil Gaiman? Who haven’t I thought of?


What a delicious dilemma.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

15 thoughts on “MasterClass Suggestions”

  1. Hiya, this is really the best present possible from your son! I’ve been aware of Masterclass for ages, and am … “waiting” to find the time to enroll when I can “really” take advantage of it. Maybe if you’re using it, I might just enroll now 🙂

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    1. I’ve thought about doing it for ages. My son confessed that MasterClass was having a buy one get one free subscription—so he’s doing it, as well. You might find a friend and split the cost with them…

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  2. I tend to write mostly poetry, so I loved the Billy Collins class. Margaret Atwood was fabulous and I could listen to Neil Gaiman talk forever. There are also articles on writing, really short articles that I have really enjoyed. I am on my second year of MasterClass but I haven’t been in a while. Thanks for reminding me to get back in there and take some more classes. They are inspirational. There are also a lot of good cooking articles if you are into that.

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