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  • FEBRUARY AND MARCH PROGRESS REPORT ON JLPT N2

    April 18, 2022 by

    Before I jump into how February and March went study-wise, I should explain why I decided to combine those two months in a single progress report. Well, work got in my way. Or, to be specific: fatigue from work got in my way.

  • JANUARY PROGRESS REPORT ON JLPT N2

    January 31, 2022 by

    monthly goals for me to complete in order to reach Japanese N2 level, I decided to do monthly summaries of what progress I managed to make within that month. Since today is January 31st, let’s analyse how I did.

  • 2022 NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS

    January 9, 2022 by

    Welcome to 2022! Happy New Year! Did you spend a fun Eve? Managed to enjoy the first sunrise of the new year? It has been over a week since then, so it is high time I decided on my 2022 resolutions.

  • GOOD THINGS 2021 BROUGHT

    December 31, 2021 by

    A couple of days ago I pondered about the negative aspects of the passing year so this time I tried to find a few good things I can say about 2021. Because it wasn’t entirely as bad as I’d thought.

  • JLPT N2 ROAD MAP FOR 2022

    December 30, 2021 by

    I am SO excited! I literally cannot wait to dig into my textbooks. But how exactly am I going to get ready for next December? Buckle up because I have crafted a plan.

  • NEW YEAR, NEW MORNINGS

    February 3, 2020 by

    A complete accident – that’s what this experiment was and still is. But aren’t most unexpected results of experiments accidents of some sort? Here’s a story of how accidental early waking at the beginning of a new year lead to a major change in my biological clock and daily routine.

  • HOW TO PRACTISE KANJI

    January 20, 2020 by

    Kanji: one of the obstacles of every student who begins their studies of the Japanese language. Some people find themselves unable to further pursue their Japanese studies because of those complicated-looking characters. But do they really have to be such a struggle? Can the whole learning process be smoother? Over the quite a few years of studying kanji I have tried and worked out a variety of solutions which might prove useful to you.

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