dont break the chain (day3)

– anki review

– study my textbook

– listen to talk to me in korean iyagi series


I don’t know about you, but i  find it hard to fight against procrastination.So i decided to use  a  productivity tip  from jerry seinfield  to track my study routine .

Here’s basically  how it works.

 You  get a big wall calendar that has a whole year on one page and hang it on a wall .  for each day that you work at your language , you  put a big red x over that day.

that’ it just a big red x

  After a few days you’ll have a chain and  you’ll fell some pride seeing that chain, especially when you get a few weeks under your belt. Your  job next is go the distance don’t break the chain.

 it looks like a game , i think it can be a good way to stay motivated

you can also use the “don’t break the chain” online version here

Veteran rappers Maniac and Snacky Chan are back with their latest track, “Now I Know“! The duo were once members of old-school hip hop group Uptown (UPT), but are now promoting under the new name, ’New Dynasty‘.

Featuring T-Max’s Joon, the MV of “Now I Know” illustrates a story about a man who tries to find answers as to why his lover had left him so suddenly without any indications.

korean core word list

I don’t know yet  what to do to immerse myself in korean. Most of the other korean learner seems to really enjoy k-pop and drama . I watched 2 or 3 dramas so far and they were   too much  love stories inside . last nite i browsed the web and  found a drama called IRIS a spy movie.  I thought ” sweet it’s  maybe a  kinda  jason bourne movie” , but guess what ? another love story .

 but anyway,  get  back to the study part . I found something really  interresting to feed my srs :

 korean core word list

you can have it for free but if you want the audio  you have  to pay some fees.

if you have have any sugestions  for music and drama feel free to share

“If you want to succeed in any aspect of life, find someone who has already succeeded in that area, and do what they did to get there”.

Tony Robbins.

 Khatzumoto is a talented young man who taught himself  Japanese his senior year of college, through  “immersion” into the Japanese language.He explain in his website how he did it.