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5 Best Ways to Learn a Foreign Language

Hello, everyone!

This is my very first organic post since I published a post about how to write a guest post pitch the other day. One of the reasons is that I’ve been swarmed up with some activities these days that are not blog-related. One of them is that I took some online courses to learn a foreign language.

Well, technically, I’m taking two separate courses to learn two foreign languages. Earlier this year, I decided to polish my Turkish language skill after I came across some random Turkish series on Facebook. LOL. For that, I already know basic Turkish, so my goal for the course is quite simple… To improve my speaking and listening skills, as well as to enrich my vocabulary.

Apart from Turkish, I also registered for an online course to start learning Serbian. A couple of years ago, I came across Serbian Language and Culture Workshop site, and I was already planning to join their program ever since. Initially, I was planning to go there this year, but then the pandemic hit, so I have to postpone.

As a result, I’m taking the online course for both languages simultaneously. That’s why I decided to start writing about some tips to learn a foreign language. I’m not saying I’m a multitalented person slash polyglot, but I guess I get by when it comes to learning a language that is not my mother tongue.

So, what are the best ways to learn a foreign language?!

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What is There to See and Do in Chattanooga?

Located in southeastern Tennessee, Chattanooga is a city that’s well worth your attention. Its position at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains makes it a scenic paradise, while its rich history also paves the way for some compelling attractions.

Exactly what is there to see and do here, though? Well, if you’re planning a visit to the area, these are the things you’ll want to prioritize.

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The Dos and Don’ts: How to Write a Guest Post Pitch

Hello, everyone!

This is my first organic post in 2021 since I got caught up with work starting this year with my new business running. I want to write some tips for writing a guest post pitch, which is the topic that I’ve wanted to write about since last year.

So, in case you missed my old post about Guest Post, Collab Post, and Link Building, you’re probably not sure about why writing a guest post or being involved in a collaboration post matters when you just started as a blogger.

But when you already know why collaborating with other fellow bloggers can positively impact your blog, you may consider writing a guest post pitch for some of the influential blogs in your niche. After knowing which bloggers or blogs you want to reach out for a guest post, how are you supposed to write the pitch to get noticed?

In this post, I want to outline some of the tips I’d like to pinpoint for pitching a guest post!

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3 Tips for Traveling to Iceland for the First Time

Iceland is an absolutely beautiful country that should be on everyone’s travel bucket list. The country has gorgeous landscapes, it’s one of the safest places in the world, and there are so many things to do.

You may not have been able to do much traveling last year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, so starting to think about new destinations can help to get you motivated to travel again. 

One of the greatest things about Iceland is that’s a perfect destination for almost every type of traveler. Whether you’re on a solo trip, you’re with family, or you’re going as a couple, you can travel to Iceland and find the perfect, unforgettable activity. 

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5 Things That Make Remote Working Better Than The Office

Everyone is going to be working from home for at least another few months. The pandemic is not over, despite vaccines being rolled out. The millions and millions of people that are in line will mean that the average person may need to wait many weeks before they get the jab.

Expect employers to keep employees at home as they continue working from home and doing the best they can. For those of us that were looking forward to going back to the office and now have to reconcile the fact that our home office is the only place we’ll be sitting to do our work, here are 5 things that will make this all better.

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