Monthly Archives: December 2021

Dealing With Inevitable Stress pt.2

The best counter for any ideas that impede on a goal you want is to make your goal more vibrant, visual and exciting in your own mind. You have to be able to taste it on your tongue (regardless of … Continue reading

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Dealing With Inevitable Stress pt.1

Hey guys, definitely need to make a note here. I’ve finally crossed a barrier of what I call “perceptual stress” . This is specifically: the state where despite all goals achieved thus far, the sheer demands of the language appear to … Continue reading

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How To Use Videogames To Gauge Ability

Today was a pretty exciting day for me for super nerdy reasons. I finally received a copy of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that i’d got at a discount on Black Friday. I’ve mentioned before on this blog that one of my … Continue reading

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Vocabulary Phase Notes: Revision Transfer

  Okay so I’m presently tightening up my research around vocabulary acquisition for my phase II push. This phase will set me up for reading, advanced listening comprehension and also it will slowly trickle in grammar (of my choosing) that … Continue reading

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