Lately, I feel like I’ve really settled into a nice language routine. I’ve never had a proper routine in the past, but as I’m feeling more focused and motivated to study languages this year, I’ve found it very helpful to have a defined routine with habits that I can check off a list. Right now, I am focusing on two target languages: Spanish and Korean. If you want to know more about how I am juggling two languages at the moment, keep reading!Read More »
At the new year, Duolingo released a year-in-review report for users that broke down minutes learned, XP earned, and other interesting stats. In today’s post, I’ll be sharing my numbers for 2021 (through November 30th) and also reflecting on my Duolingo usage for the past year. Let’s go!Read More »
Hi everyone! Duolingo recently introduced a new (at least new to me) feature called “Year in Review,” so I thought I’d share my year with you in today’s post!Read More »
Hi everyone! Told you I was actually trying to post more consistently this time~
This month I decided to make some concrete goals for the languages I study and I wanted to share them for some accountability. I tried to keep them simple and achievable but I’m also not feeling too worried about completing them all. Ticking two or three off of my list would honestly be enough for me. Actually, I think I’m already close to completing a few, and it feels great! Keep scrolling to check out my language goals for September.Read More »
So I’ve been hearing about this app for a while now, but never checked it out because it doesn’t offer my target languages (Korean, Japanese, and now Latin), but I decided to download it anyways, just to check it out.