What do you think? Do you create to do lists? Do you actually finish everything you add to your list? I’d love to hear your thoughts and you can read mine here.
It’s time for my pseudo-monthly language update! I intended to make the update monthly, but I missed November. Sorry about that! In this month’s post, I announce the language I’ll be studying in 2014 and a few of the language learning resources on my holiday wish list. I’d love to hear about yours!
This entry is a follow up to my Year Without Project for the month of October. You can read about the 12 things I’m going to give up for each month of the year. This month I went thirty days without not writing. Double negatives… I know, sorry. Click through to read about my experience with NaNoWriMo.
NaNoWriMo was this month and so I’ve been a bit overwhelmed. Especially since we’re on our last few days. Here are a few of the ways I’ve helped deal with the stress of the upcoming holiday season while trying to complete 50,000 words.
Now that I live in California, there is one thing I am no longer able to do that I greatly miss – Breton dance.
Brittany, the area where Breton dance originates, is the north-western peninsula of France, made up of five different départements or what one might call a county in English. If you want to know more about the region, feel free to ask me or Google it!
You can read the rest of the post here and see several more photos!
This month I decided to go without Talk Radio so that I could try to make the most of the time I spend traveling. Instead I listened to Pimsleur lessons, foreign language podcasts and did music research.
You can find out if I succeeded or not and if I’ll pick up a new habit here.
Keeping the numerous books, materials and language learning resources utilized in the language learning process can be a challenge, particularly as we continue to shift from physical resources to their digital counterparts.
In this post I share several of the resources and tools I use to help keep my language learning organized.