5 tips to fit more language learning into your life

I know, I know – you’re busy, I’m busy, the whole world is busy. I feel like I spend most days in a battle with the neverending to-do list, rushing from one task to the next while new things I have to do get added. The fact is, life is busy and it isn’t always…

Six for Sunday: Questions I always get asked

#SixforSunday – Questions I get asked Welcome back to another week of #SixforSunday,¬† created by Steph from A Little But a Lot. The theme for this week¬† is questions that you always get asked. There are definitely a few that immediately popped into my mind, but getting six is always tough! What are you reading?…

Multilingual flashcard: Breathe

Breathe in 10 languages Happy Monday everyone! I am back to work today after an incredible weekend away walking in North Wales. At first I was a bit worried that I would be exhausted by going away instead of staying at home and catching up on all the chores. But, in fact, going away for…

Off to Wales!

Your regularly-scheduled post (which I had planned to be a review of YA Shot, whoops) has been postponed because I’m going away for the weekend. In a few weeks my school will be taking the Year 6s to climb Mount Snowdon – yay! Some of the teacher have to go to check the route, make…

Multilingual flashcards: I’m tired!

“I’m tired” in 10 languages Today’s post was supposed to be a recap of YA Shot, which was an amazing event where I got to meet loads of lovely people – authors, bloggers, publishers etc. Unfortunately it was also a very long day so I’m exhausted. I spent most of yesterday sleeping, then getting ready…

Six for Sunday: Favourite places to read

#SixforSunday is created by Steph from A Little But a Lot. The theme for this week is favourite places to read. The short answer to this would be anywhere and everywhere! Check out some of my previous weeks here: Books I would like to see as movies Book characters I would like to stuck in…

Multilingual flashcard: Read

Read in 10 languages Start your week as you mean to go on – by picking up a book and getting stuck in! It doesn’t matter what your book of choice is, but be nice to yourself and let yourself have the time to snuggle up with a great book and a hot beverage of…

Multilingual flashcard: Relax

Relax in 10 languages Hope all the teachers out there are getting a chance to relax (and read!) over the Easter holidays. I also hope that anyone who is back to work is looking forward t a nice, relaxing weekend! What do you do to relax? Let me know in the comments! I like to…

Netgalley 101: A Guide for Beginners

I’m not far off being a beginner myself, and I know that Netgalley has both advantages and disadvantages. Yet, I have discovered so many amazing books that I might not otherwise have read that I would whole-heartedly recommend joining. It gives you free access to books from all over the world, provides a platform for…

Multilingual flashcard: New Year’s Resolution

Happy New Year! Have you made any New Year’s Resolutions? Perhaps to learn a new language! Here is how to say New Year’s resolution in 10 languages. Note: German doesn’t have an equivalent expression so I asked a German friend what he would say!

Multilingual flashcard: Hot Chocolate

Now that the weather is starting to feel a bit (A LOT!) more like winter, who’s ready to crack out the hot chocolate? Believe it or not, I’m not a massive fan of chocolate and usually choose a hot green tea or chai tea over hot chocolate, but sometimes there is nothing better. Like when…