I've recently reread a great book "First Things First" by Stephen Covey and it reminded me, yet again, how important it is to organize our activities well and dedicate our time to people we love and things that matter. Learning a new language on a daily basis, or any other skill for that matter, can make a huge difference in the long run, once we urgently need it.
That's why it struck me that I should use this blog, and all the digital teaching content I've created in years, not only to encourage you to perservere, but provide you with meaningful and graded content to learn Serbian regularly. Even if you skip a day or two, or an entire week/month, you know that you have everything in one place, right here !
Before I start with my 365 Days of Serbian, let me simply share with you the basic principle of organizing time not only in the best, but also most meaningful way for us humans :
However, if you spend most of your time in the second quadrant, you'll see that the amount of "urgent" tasks diminishes, and that calmness, satisfaction and confidence starts to prevail. You can read more detailed descriptions of this concept if you simply google the name of the book and its author. I simply wanted to explain to you how my idea of 365 days of Serbian came into existance, and to encourage you to learn Serbian on a daily basis.