Learning, Life Hacks, Travel

How To Make Speaking A New Language Easier On Yourself

Learning a new language can be very intimidating if you’re under a time crunch. If you’re going to be visiting a new country where another language is mostly spoken, it can be quite scary if you’re not sure how you will communicate. Luckily, there are a few different ways that can help you learn the language that you want faster than you would in a class or on a program. The absolute best way to learn a language quickly is by jumping right into a conversation. When you jump into a conversation, you’re forced to try to understand and learn quicker than you would be just studying on your own. If you have the chance to talk to someone that speaks the language you want to learn, try to take advantage of it. This provides a chance for you to practice the words that you may have been studying. You’ll…

Learning, Online Tips

Finding The Best Places To Take Courses Online

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The internet is full of information on just about everything. You can learn about literally anything you want at the mere click of a button. It’s a literal paradise for the autodidacts of the world. However, there are also more official means of educating yourself online. These days, tons of schools and universities offer online classes so that students can learn and participate in a remote fashion. A myriad of colleges exist that even give full degrees to those who only took online courses. Even Apple has full courses for you to take online and while you’re on the go. There are quite a few out there however, leaving some confusion as to who you should trust. First of all, if you’re going to attend an online college you’re going to need to do some research. Decide what you want to focus on first and then look up what you…

Learning, Online Tips, Travel

How Do You Learn Languages Online?


Going with our recent posts on self-improvement, I thought this would be a perfect fit. Just how do you learn languages online? There’s a shocking number of ways to do it actually. I’ve been personally motivated lately to do it for not one, but actually three different languages. I learned a lot of French in college, and have been trying to brush up on it to keep it fresh. I’ve also been trying to pick up Spanish since there’s a growing demand for bilingual individuals in the workforce. I’ve even been trying to pick up some Japanese since a friend and I are planning on visiting Tokyo in a year or two. Clearly, I’m a bit spoiled for choice. There are quite a few different options, all depending on how much time you’re willing to invest and how much money you want to put in. There are of course paid websites where…