It just hit me a couple days ago that we’re already over halfway through the year 2017. Crazy how time flies.
I thought I’d look back at my original goals for the year (found in detail here) and check in with how things have turned out after the first half of 2017. Continue reading “Goals Update — Beyond the Halfway Point”
May is already over! My “Month of Reading” wasn’t the smashing success I had hoped it would be, mostly due to my own lack of effort. My life is on a different schedule once again due to my moving home for the summer, and I just never formed good study habits once that happened. Continue reading “Summer Goals – Reading Galore!”
May the Fourth be with you!
My time as a college undergraduate is pretty much over! I graduate this Sunday, but I’ve already moved most of my dorm stuff back home and am in summer mode.
April was a decent month studying-wise. Continue reading “May – The Month of Reading”
되게 오랜만이죠? ^^
This is definitely the longest I’ve ever gone without updating this blog. Over 3 months! I’ve been neck-deep in my teaching internship these past few months, and have been busier than I ever expected to be. (Hence the lack of recent posts.)
I’m still alive, although I’m sad to say Continue reading “Quarterly Report – I’m still alive!”
It’s several days into the New Year, and I’ve been thinking about just what exactly I want to accomplish in my language learning this year. It’ surprisingly difficult to set goals for such a long period of time, but I did end up deciding on several specific things that I do want to accomplish. Continue reading “Language Goals for 2017”
Happy New Year!
Yet another month has flown by, and it’s time for another Korean studying progress report.
It’s only my second month using this record-keeping system, and so far it’s been a good self-motivation technique. Continue reading “December Progress Report”
Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas! I’ve been enjoying my break off school, and in one week I’ll be heading off to my internship orientation for next semester (my last semester of undergrad!).
During the 2.5 weeks I’ve already spent on Christmas break, I’ve not only been studying Korean (almost) every day, but I’ve also renewed my efforts to teach my younger brother Korean. I wrote a blog post about teaching him how to read Korean a while ago (here), but in the 9 months since then, I hadn’t taught him much more than that. Continue reading “To 누나, From 바보”