Let your brain do the work, and you take the fun!

Resting in the Sunshine

Humanity has always dreamed of a machine teaching us entire subjects while we’re sleeping, or at least without effort… and it might be impossible to learn mathematics like that, but not a language! (more…)

Uff, what a day!

Sick and Tired (Anastacia song)Well, I have nothing to say today. It’s one of these days in which I feel everything but inspired. One of those days in which you cannot study or do whatever you had to do… (more…)

How to love what you are doing

1132815028-3979This post is after yesterday’s article in which I recommended you to love what you’re doing. It’s not always easy, or at least it doesn’t seem to come out naturally. But we can make it if we really want to. Here are the keys to enjoy what you are doing, so you will get results. (more…)


Jim Thorpe at the 1912 Olympics

Jim Thorpe at the 1912 Olympics (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It is not the first time I say that it only takes 21 days to build up a habit. Well, maybe I talked too much or too soon… for some people it might take longer, for others shorter. The three-week rule helps, but if you want to achieve whatsoever, you must commit.


5 things I do wrong and babies don’t

1132869262-433As promised, we are going to summarize all the things we do wrong, which are especially the things babies do absolutely right when they’re learning a language!



1132813589-336Imagine all the people, Thinking Languages in peace!

We’ve talked about paraphrasing, about your mood, about your brain, but we haven’t talked about imagination yet, and imagination is one of the greatest sources to be used when learning a language. The reason why you cannot translate or memmorise everything is simple, languages are not remembered in blocks, but built from zero each time you need to talk. And for building ideas, imagination has the power to make it happen.