Mis podcasts favoritos para aprender español de México

¡Hola a todos!  I started learning Mexican Spanish back in 2020…kind of. As someone who has studied languages solo before, I was excited to finally practice a language that is readily spoken in my community. Vivo en Florida, y hay muchos hispanohablantes aquí. I wanted to learn Mexican Spanish in particular because me encanta laContinue reading “Mis podcasts favoritos para aprender español de México”

Do something small each day

Happy New Year! The new year naturally comes with reflection, goals and resolutions to become a more disciplined, better version of you. But now that we’re eleven days into the new year, have you fallen off on some of your goals already? I have!  It can be tempting to think of January 1st as theContinue reading “Do something small each day”

My top 3 places for free writing correction in your target language

Hello, hello! So maybe you’ve seen me pushing you to write more in your target language on Instagram or you’ve signed up for my free 14 Days of Writing Program. Great! But now you’re probably thinking, “Wait a minute. This is great and all, but how am I supposed to know if it’s correct?” True!Continue reading “My top 3 places for free writing correction in your target language”

Why you should write (a little) in your target language every day

Hey there, language learner! I have a question for you. How often do you take a piece of paper and a pencil or pen and write notes (or journal) in the language you’re learning? Have you ever practiced your handwriting in another language? Taken time to learn how to handwrite new scripts (and learn strokeContinue reading “Why you should write (a little) in your target language every day”

Five reasons to set smaller goals in language learning

We’ve all been there–working through our Duolingo trees or course books and dreaming about the big goal of FLUENCY off in the distance. But what is fluency? Fluency for you might be knowing all the words (spoiler alert: you won’t ever know all the words), or speaking comfortably without hesitation or errors (another spoiler alert:Continue reading “Five reasons to set smaller goals in language learning”