How to Move Past Language Learning Burnout Like a Polyglot

Even polyglots get tired

How to keep chugging forward in your language learning journey. Compound locomotive published by Sampson Low and Marston (1894). Original from the British Library. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel. In the Public Domain, CC0

I’ve tried learning about six or seven languages at different points in my life, and if I have to be completely honest — my pace has slowed down a lot over the last two years. I don’t always find the same success I had before. Concentrating on language learning isn’t something as readily available to me as it was a few…

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Newly-wed with a baby. Writing about Culture, Language, and Travel. Occasionally I publish pieces of advice to myself about writing or put my degree to work

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Leo Teixeira

Newly-wed with a baby. Writing about Culture, Language, and Travel. Occasionally I publish pieces of advice to myself about writing or put my degree to work

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