Want to learn a new language in a more creative way? You could choose from a Bullet Journal or an interactive language notebook, but what’s the difference? Bullet Journaling for languages. Bullet Journals are described as being the bridge between mindfulness and productivity. A system that can be adapted to your learning and life in general. It’s
Guest Blogger: Bryce DeCora, Founder of Finite Languages. Sometimes we learn from the most unlikely sources. I learned my first magic trick from a cereal box. I learned how to do a cartwheel from a 6-year-old. And I learned Italian from my newborn son. No, my son did not come out of the womb speaking Italian. He was
Practising mindfulness is a powerful way to get better results in language learning.