Ok, Goodbye Since I don’t usually drink coffee, The best way to wake up is to do
some exercise or go for a quick jog. Or use the gym in this building. By 10AM, I sit down with my course book, Which is for standard Arabic. I only give this one hour maximum per day. Because I want to focus more on Egyptian Arabic. At 11AM, I’ll start to listen to podcasts for the
language. Not “hearing” them in the background, But really focusing and taking notes. Then it’s time for lunch. I take my Smartphone with me, And you can see that I can even study while walking! When I get home, it’s time for a siesta! I have one every day, just for 20 minutes. And it energizes me for the rest of the day. In the afternoon, it’s easy to get distracted with many things to do, So I use the “pomodoro” technique, And work in blocks of 25 minutes with a break of 5 minutes. This keeps me focused all the time. You can use this kitchen timer or any digital one. By the evening, it’s time for my second spoken lesson of the day! “Good evening” In the evening, I may go out with friends for an hour or two, Or do some more writing work. Thanks to the siesta, I don’t need to sleep so much, So I can go to bed after midnight. And still be ready to wake up early the next day! Thanks for watching!