We all know someone who says something like “Calculus? Oh, I do that in my head while I’m giving improvised violin recitals. You should try it.” Belittling arrogant humblebrags. That’s NOT what this is. This is about unlocking some skills, about realising how easy it is to do things we’ve been falsely led to believe are too much hassle.
I make my own bread. Lots of people think it’s too much hassle, takes too long, takes more practice than they can be bothered with. Well, OK, from beginning to end, yes, it takes hours, but your own involvement is simple and minimal. It’s almost all just waiting. I can walk you through it, if you like.
What else are we all missing? What else has a needless reputation for difficulty? What do you do that somehow impresses people, but which to you is no more impressive than being able to ride a bike?