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When is the last time you felt caught up? Like you knew everything you needed to know? Like there was nothing else that you needed to learn.

Me, too.

I’m a believer in life-long education. I make a living running a language tutoring school to help people learn English, and I’m studying Applied Linguistics as a mature student.*

The key things I hear from most new students is that they want to learn but they don’t know how to study. They don’t know what resources are available. Sometimes, they’re not even sure where to get started.

And that’s what this newsletter is for. There is a lot to learn these days and there are lots of ways to learn it. Every week, I round up some of the best articles and resources for a variety of subjects and present them here.

You can read everything on this site, or you can subscribe to have the newsletter delivered right to your inbox. Either way, the goal is to get a little more learned.

*Student, yes. Mature? Debatable.

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Think of it as a way of saying “thank you.” Or, maybe just, “that’s cool.” Or, you know, just because you want to see what else we can find.

Really, the only reason to subscribe is to help me put the newsletter out. I’m aiming for once a week right now; someday down the road, I hope to put exclusive content in here for subscribers only - things like interviews and guest posts - but for now, what you see is what you get.

That’s it. There’s no other pitch. If you like what I’m doing here, I hope you’ll consider subscribing and I hope you enjoy the links and articles I find.



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