過去を反省して将来を見据える

This week marked the end of the first semester (actually it officially finishes on 31 January, but as I don’t have more exams I consider it over lol)

These first months of university passed really fast. When I think about it, I can’t believe that so much time has passed since I moved to a new city and started this new journey. Now that I have time to reflect carefully on the past months, I consider them as a period of transition: I had to get used to different rhythms, different amounts of work, different daily schedules, different people, different places. At first I felt disoriented and scared, but eventually I started settling into this new life.

Also my Japanese learning journey has been influenced by these changes. Even though I can’t say that my Japanese hasn’t improved, I feel like I could have worked harder to enhance my proficiency, especially as for writing and speaking. I think that in these months the area I have made more progress is listening, which I basically practiced every day. But I regret the fact that I haven’t worked hard enough to improve my reading skills, thus these days that I haven’t nothing to do I’m planning to focus on reading. I especially want to read novels more often, considering the fact that so far I read less than a half of 花の鎖 D:

One of my aims for the next semester is to revitalise my Japanese blog. Yesterday I changed the theme and the title and deleted all the pasts articles. I’m not so unrealistic to say that I will update it weekly, but at least I’d like to write a new article once a month. Since I deleted the past articles, I have something to write in the first post, a 自己紹介 xD

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