Think life is where all the good lessons are learned? Think again. A new school in Maine is offering online classes to millennials on how to be an adult and do basic things such as change a tire, fold a fitted sheet or balance a checkbook. A co-founder of the Adulting School says millennials, people born from the early 1980’s to early 2000’s are often lacking skills that most people pick up on their own. Instead they are focusing so much attention on getting into a good college they are missing out on the simple things such as opening a bank account and signing a lease. Then then they actually get into said college and move away from home the trials and tribulations of the real world can be overwhelming. The school’s website says the monthly subscription fee is $20 and there is a curriculum of four different areas; finances, make it or fix it, health and wellness and relationships and community. There will also be online forums where students can talk about different challenges and figure out a solution. One day Google might not be available.