Making Time for Language Study


The challenge of making space in your life for language learning

Eurolinguiste

The following post is my own version of Jarvis1000’s post on making time for language learning. I was really inspired by his post so I wanted to share it with my own experience and how I work language study into my day to day life.

I don’t tell a whole lot of people this, but I have both a full time job (people don’t know this part) and a full time music career (most people know this part) and so the time I can spend studying language is sometimes limited. For me, practice often takes priority. And besides that, at the end of a full nine hour work day, one of the last things I want to do is study or keep working (or practicing 😦 ), so finding time to dedicate to language learning isn’t always easy. Learning another language has to be something you really want to…

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