Language learning in Notion: how I keep all my notes

Last Friday I talked about how to learn a language without going to classes. I told you my seven best tips from personal experience for language learning by yourself. Learning a new language can be overwhelming, so it’s important to keep organised. I use Notion to keep all my Spanish notes in one place. Today I will show you how practical language learning in Notion can be. Read more ยป

How to learn a language without going to classes: 7 awesome tips ๐Ÿ’ก

Would you like to learn a language, but are you not able to go to classes? Today I share all my tips for learning a language without going to classes with you. Going to classes is a great way to learn, but it’s not always possible to do so. Maybe you don’t have the money for it, maybe there are no classes offered in your area or maybe it’s the pandemic’s fault. If for whatever reason you wan’t to learn a new language without going to actual classes, this post is for you.

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How to plan goals in Notion + organise your life ๐Ÿ“†

Last Friday I talked about setting goals for the new year and how to actually achieve them. I gave five tips for achieving your goals and I talked about my own goals for 2021. I want to focus on tip number four: to break your goals up in smaller steps and to make a plan. Because how do you actually make a plan? Today I want to talk about how to plan goals in Notion and how to organise your life. Read more ยป

One day on Schiermonnikoog
that felt like an entire vacation ๐Ÿš

Do you ever have those days that feel like an entire vacation when in reality they only last a few hours? That’s exactly how I felt when we went to Schiermonnikoog a few weeks ago. It was one of the last beautiful summer weekends, we got up very early and were on the first boat to the island. It was my boyfriend’s birthday and my parents invited us on this little trip; I was already super excited about it for days, because I hadn’t been on one of the Dutch islands in years. Read more ยป

January 2016
Erasmus-diary in retrospect, month no. 5 ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

I stayed in England for exactly one semester, which means that the fifth month of today’s diary is also the last one in this series. However, if you like these living abroad themed entries (my year of volunteering in Austria, my Erasmus semester in England), I have good news for you. A new living abroad series is coming up very soon! More on that in the next weeks; now it’s time for the last Erasmus-diary.

โ€“ 1st of january, friday โ€“
Happy new year! Or should I say happy hangover? Read more ยป

Summer holidays in Galicia, part 2 โ˜€๏ธ
Santiago de Compostela

In my ‘summer holidays in Galicia’ post, I already mentioned there would be a separate one for the four days I spent alone in Santiago de Compostela. And here it is! My boyfriend had a meeting of multiple days and because of covid, I wasn’t allowed to stay with him in his accommodation. Instead of staying with his family by myself, I decided to book a hostel in Santiago de Compostela and explore the city and area by myself. Read more ยป