I am constantly looking for new ways and approaches to improve my Lithuanian. Learning any language is ultimately the best way to feel part of a community and a culture: this is why I find the Lithuanian Dream Podcast to … Continue reading Lithuanian Dream Podcast or How Does Lithuania Sound in English?
When I was around ten years old, I loved to sit near my father and watch Italian Political talk shows. That was a bit weird if not precocious but nothing strange if you think that my grandfather, around the same … Continue reading My Biggest Challenge with Lithuanian Language
Time flies and keep practicing matters when you want to keep up with your skills. I picked this fantastic book and suddenly realized that my daily use of English and Lithuanian was making me plod with my Italian. When I … Continue reading 3 Podcast’s Episodes in 3 Different Languages And Why
Schools make strong bounds. In 2012 our master class counted a small group of students, so I met Alessandro quite easily. He is from Tuscany and apparently we then followed a very similar path. We both attended a master in … Continue reading Buongiorno San Paolo: Italians Living Abroad Making Great Podcasts!
I was stuck (we all are, at a certain point). I had joined a level that allowed me to have a colloquial conversation about everyday life, in Lithuanian. At that point I mentally laid down on a couch, turned on … Continue reading Hacking Lithuanian Language Through Podcasts [+ Bonus]
Reading Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? by Seth Godin, was so illuminating I decided I would evangelize other readers and possibly get to know better his author. Seth Godin is a Marketing Guru (even though the word gets often inflated) and the reason … Continue reading Who is Seth Godin and Why Should You Know Him
I know, the title may be misleading and so is this story. In Lithuania, as I have discussed earlier on this blog, I kept being a reader. Most of the time the choice fell on my old rusty Kindle 4 … Continue reading Drop Your Kindle in Water and You Will Discover