What a month! Summer is always one of my favourite times of the year, and this year too the month of July did not disappoint.
I spent half of the month travelling through Europe, seeing my family and working from a little house in Sweden. The train tickets to make all this possible were a complete bargain, and you can read here how to buy the cheapest European tickets.
Now let's get into that summer mood and give you some good stuff to read, listen to and watch.
Best of Fluent Blog
I recorded a fun episode of the Creative Language Learning Podcast with Lindsay and she announced her really big news - listen here
I'm running the Big Summer Giveaway and admiring #fluentshelfie pictures from all around the world
This giveaway closes tomorrow, 31 July 2015, so if you want to be in with a chance to win a new prize then enter right now!
Best Language Articles
- If you study online courses, you'll benefit from these 7 Tips for Being a Successful Online Student on Edudemic
- Do you get nervous about the word polyglot? Got any idea what immersion really means? Well, Ron can help! Here are his explanations, all with a good dose of humour on the Language Surfer blog
- Practice your German in a new way by reading my German language wedding report on my friend Verena's blog
- And Lindsay Dow never disappoints either, she posted so many fantastic articles this month that it was hard to choose. I finally wanted to share this one with you, which is about how you can keep making progress even when you've reached an advanced language stage. Read it on Lindsay does Languages
- And if you want to know more about progress, I also have a fab archive article for you here on Fluent which is all about how to establish a tracking routine
- If you're English, here's a good reason to learn a language and get the heck out of here: Underwhelming Holiday Photos
- The new issue of Parrot Time is out this weekend
Product of the Month
This goes to Say Something in Welsh, which I'm using to study Welsh right now. They also offer Spanish, Dutch, Cornish and Latin.
Do you have any links for the topics above that you'd like to add?
Please tell me about them in the comments!