Bonjour, comment vas-tu?
Your French learning can for sure be incorporated in your self-care routine. By the way, do you have a self-care routine? Do you take at least 5 minutes per day to take care of yourself and remember how much you love yourself? Well, if it isn’t the case, let’s start with your French practice!
I guarantee that you can learn new words and expressions and speak/write in/read in/listen to French every day, naturally, (almost) without effort.
And why not read books, articles, comics… you’re crazy about, but in French this time.
When you go to a restaurant, bar, café… to treat yourself to a nice and nourishing meal and share with your loved ones, write down or remember the name of dishes and foods/beverages/drinks you want to say in French. Especially if they are Francophone specialties or related to Francophone cultures.
And anytime you learn a new idea, concept, fact or discover a piece of art, country… anything you are into, look up how to express it in French; how to name the colors of an astonishing sunrise or sunset or a painting, a yoga pose, how to express your feelings after watching a moving movie… pick what you feel connected to, related to and what makes the most sense FOR YOU .
The list can keep going, so if you have time and are inspired (which I have no doubt about), send your ideas, opinions and experiences back by email or using the form in our website : http://directfrench.fr/contact/
I am so excited to read how you do French in a fun and relaxing way outside of your classes,
With all my love and gratitude, for taking great care of yourself and others .
“Vous vivez une nouvelle vie avec chaque langue que vous parlez. Si vous ne connaissez qu’une langue, vous ne vivez qu’une fois.” – Czech proverb