Trisha Tests: Positively Icelandic #4

I have done a lot of writing and research into how having a more positive mindset can really change your life. I decided I wanted to apply this positive mindset to my own language learning, but it had to be a language I was not familiar with. So I ran a poll on social media and Icelandic was selected. So for the last 28 days (more or less), I have been studying Icelandic. Turns out that I personally found Icelandic harder than Mandarin. Having a more positive mindset not only helped to kick start my language learning, but I seemed to automatically apply it in other areas too so other areas of my life seemed to improve too!

For the last 28 days (more or less), I have been studying Icelandic. Turns out that I personally found Icelandic harder than Mandarin. That said having a more positive mindset not only helped to kick start my language learning, but I seemed to automatically apply it other areas of my life that consequently improved too!

 

My Icelandic learning Journey

In the beginning 

Week 1 

Week 2 

Week 3

Week 4 (You are reading it 😉)

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Trisha, is the founder of Language Learners Journal.com. An award-winning blog dedicated to empowering and promoting a more mindful approach to independent language learning and teaching across the UK and beyond. Trisha has a professional and academic background in psychology and well-being. She has been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years and has professionally taught CBT-based mindfulness for the past 7 years. You can follow Trisha on her official Facebook Page, Instagram or Twitter accounts to discover how to apply simply mindfulness practices and scientifically proven strategies to your language learning...

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