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The 28-Day Language Journaling Challenge

ABOUT THE CHALLENGE:

The 28-day language journaling challenge (#langbujo) from Language Learners Journal has daily suggested prompts and even some fun activities to enable you to take personal responsibility for your own language learning, whilst spreading a little kindness, self-care and wellbeing into your daily studying routines too.

Following a set of prompts, we can journal in our target language to our heart’s content, sharing our progress and supporting other language learners along the way!

Through daily journaling and reflection my hope is that we will start to see real progress being made in our language learning and wellbeing.

THIS MONTH’S THEME: Common Coversation Topics!

The challenge prompts are completely open to interpretation and creative flare. 😍

Here’s how the challenge works

Each month, a new #langbujo challenge graphic will be posted onto the blog, Instagram, Twitter and within our private Facebook Group.

This graphic will contain daily journaling prompts that you can use as a guide.

ON INSTAGRAM:

  • Follow me (@languagelearnersjournal) to be sure you don’t miss the monthly prompts.
  • Share the challenge graphic on your own feed to spread the word.
  • Join in by posting a photo of your daily prompt answers using the hashtag #LangBuJo and tag @languagelearnersjournal.
  • Search the hashtag (#LangBuJo) and engage with others by liking, commenting, and asking lots of questions.

ON FACEBOOK:

  • Join the Self-Development Hub from Language Learners Journal.
  • Check out the pinned ‘Album’ post to see the current month’s challenge graphic.
  • Join in by posting a daily journal photo of your prompt answers using the hashtag #LangBuJo and tag @languagelearnersjournal.
  • Engage with others by liking, commenting, and again asking questions.
  • Don’t forget to like our Page too!

ON TWITTER:

  • Follow me (@languagelj) to be sure you don’t miss the monthly prompts.
  • Retweet the challenge graphic on your own feed to spread the word.
  • Join in by posting a daily journal photo of your prompt answers using the hashtag #LangBuJo and tag @languagelj.
  • Search the hashtag (#LangBuJo) and engage with others by liking, commenting, and asking questions.

Prompts are completely open to interpretation so there is no ‘right‘ or ‘wrong‘ way to participate. Also, don’t worry if you miss a day… just pick up from where you left off!

Although new prompts will be made avaliable towards the end of each month you don’t have to wait to the start of the month to begin, join in today!

Language Learners Journal will share our favorite journal pictures on social media and in our monthly newsletters.

Happy Journaling! ❤️

PREVIOUS PROMPTS:

Parrot Time Magazine: Indigenous Languages Special

*** OUT NOW!!! ***

A very special edition of Parrot Time Magazine to mark the year of #Indigenouslanguages 2019 ❤️

▶️ http://www.parrottime.com/index.php

You can read the PDF copy online here:
▶️ https://issuu.com/abavagada/docs/parrottime_issue035

Request for Writers

Have you heard of Parrot time Magazine?

Seeing as this is the International Year of Indigenous Languages, we will producing a special edition of the Parrot Time Magazine, which will be devoted to this cause.

If you are interested or know someone who is in writing an article about indigenous languages, please get in contact with us.

If you run a language business especially in relation to indigenous languages and interested in placing an advert please get in touch and I’ll pass your details to the editor of the Parrot Time Magazine.

Deadline for drafts is the end of March.

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