Living in Japan has forced me to be more organized than ever before. It’s a start anyways…
This post is kinda random…
This is a graph detailing
the results from a survey to IT professionals about the weaknesses of self-study. Perhaps they aren’t inherent weaknesses, but rather just things that self-studiers need to be aware of and overcome.
Self-study is not for the faint of heart.
One of my first motivations to learn Japanese.
Amongst the thousands of small breakthroughs that happen daily.
I think the caption is self-explanatory.
Forget how juvenile the above picture is… Could you translate it perfectly into Japanese or any other language? Is there even such a thing as a perfect translation for this?
“Frozen” brings out all kinds of conversations.
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Finally I can teach this word practically!
This sickness is really pulling me down. Get it!? Eh…