Not feeling so enthused about learning French anymore? Find out how to find your spark again and rekindle your relationship to this beautiful language
How to recover from Language Burnout? Language Burnout is not a phenomenon that we often talk about, so that if you're new to the language learning world you probably haven't heard of it, or think that this doesn't really concern you. But it is often closer than you...
Learning French has been your dream since you don’t remember when, and now you’ve decided it’s finally time to go for it.
So you’re giving it your all: you started Duolingo, you bought grammar books, you have your Anki cards, your Youtube channels, you’re following tons of French Instagram accounts and you maybe even purchased a course online + some tutoring classes to practice conversation.
You’re all set.
Until burnout comes knocking at your door and you don’t even want to open your books anymore.
They are gathering dust on a corner of your shelves, just like your vision of sipping wine in Southern France with your new local best friend.
And that would make me really sad.
Here are 5 things you should quit today to avoid Language Burnout and continue on the road to your French dreams.
Are you an introvert? Are you learning a language?
Do you find that your introversion impacts the way you learn and progress?
The world was made for extraverts, they say.
Especially the world of language learning where all the attention is primarily on your speaking skills.
As an introvert learning languages, you may have felt disandvantaged, but this ends today.
Discover how you can use your superpowers!
Journaling is famous for its therapeutic benefits, but have you ever considered that it could help you learn French more effectively and enhance your well-being the same time?
Learning a language isn’t as straight as taking a high-speed train to a clear destination. Discover how slowing down can actually help you get there better and faster.
Today I have the pleasure of leaving the mic to Marissa Blaszko. She's a language lover, learner and the creator behind "Relearn a Language." Today, she's sharing with you her experience and research about learning languages, anxiety-free. Enjoy! When I was 15, my...
Still a beginner? Fluency is often perceived as the holy grail for language learners. The final destination towards which we are all progressing, whether at a sustainable pace or as an incredible race. No matter the approach, however, frustration often invites past...
Why do you learn languages? Why do you learn languages?Take your time and answer that question with your heart. You would probably agree that a language is more than just vocab and grammar structures. It’s the way the language connects and separates, with its...
As an intermediate learner, you may have noticed that learning French has its challenges, especially when we focus on the results. You may know that mindfulness and meditation offers us many tools for a more peaceful, sustainable and pleasant approach to language...
Where to start?
Tired of learning French as if it was a race for quick results? Want to fall in love with the language, and be able to express your true feelings and emotions with ease and confidence?
The Mindful French Learner's Guide will get you started on your journey to a sustainable, deep and mindful approach to French and to life. You'll learn:
- How to journal to develop fluency and self-awareness;
- What mindfulness can bring to your language practice;
- How creativity and self-expression help you reconnect within and enjoy the process.