Whether or not your life is busy, learning Italian does not come up first in your list. Maybe not even in the top 5. Most likely, it’s the last thing to check in your planner. Not because you don’t care about it, but it really isn’t a top priority. I get it. Actually, it doesn’t have to be a priority at all.
You know what I think it should be? A reward.
Too often we relegate the things that make us happy to the end of the day or the week. Which is also the time when we are too tired, both physically and mentally, to really enjoy them and to make them meaningful.
So make Italian your reward for getting through the day or the week. Don’t put it in your To-Do list. It’s not just another thing that you “have” to do, it’s the reward for doing those things.
When it comes to language learning, our mindset plays such an important role: soul food vs. fast food, to-do vs. reward. Can you already feel the change?
I have designed Italearn to be that place where you go to get your reward.
This is a place where you can truly feel at home: no judgement, no stress, no comparison, yes imagination, yes experimentation, yes laughing.
This is a place where you can take all the time you need. I have always loved my tagline: learn Italian at your own pace. It’s important that you listen to yourself and find your rhythm.