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The following post is my own version of Jarvis1000’s post on making time for language learning. I was really inspired by his post so I wanted to share it with my own experience and how I work language study into my day to day life.

I don’t tell a whole lot of people this, but I have both a full time job (people don’t know this part) and a full time music career (most people know this part) and so the time I can spend studying language is sometimes limited. For me, practice often takes priority. And besides that, at the end of a full nine hour work day, one of the last things I want to do is study or keep working (or practicing 😦 ), so finding time to dedicate to language learning isn’t always easy. Learning another language has to be something you really want to do because it does take a huge investment. Language-learning as an adult isn’t impossible though, and if it’s something you want to do, I really encourage you to do it.

So check out my post on how I find time to study language and please feel free to leave what you do to find time in the comments! I look forward to reading your responses.