Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Journeys
When it comes to learning a new language, there aren’t exact rules—only guidelines. This can make it difficult to become fluent, especially if you’re stuck on deciding the best (or fastest) way to familiarize yourself with a new language. The truth is, nothing beats consistency and practice.
A person who writes in a journal every day will improve their writing skills faster than someone who writes three times a week. But what happens if you write in French instead of English?
Physically writing a language (instead of typing) increases fluency, boosts vocabulary, and improves reading skills. Writing by hand also stimulates a part of the brain, the Reticular Activating System(RAS), which is a critical memory area. When you write, you remember.
There isn’t a right or wrong way to start journaling in French. But, if you don’t know where to start, you can use our helpful tips to build confidence and maintain a journaling schedule.Read More