The 100 Day Reality Challenge

Happy New Year,

First, I want to truly wish everyone a good new productive blissful year. I really hope to read more blog post of everyone's journey. I know this year shall be a journey of stepping more and more out of my comfort zone.

Living in a big city with zero friends would seem quite lonely but I feel like I am gaining a chance to learn more about myself. Pajama day can be multiple days rather than the weekend. So far I am letting this year be the first year ever in my adult life that I do not focus of finding a boyfriend or having a love life. I am taking a chill pill and focusing on my growing career and new opportunities to enjoy myself. Of course, all my friends are in relationships except me but I will not mind being a third wheel or even a fifth wheel.

Things I want to joyfully manifest this year:

1. A Junior Film Editing job
2. New Supportive Friends that I can wonder around the big city with.
3. A lovely good paycheck and income so I can be more independent
4. Travel far and wide. Use my passport all around the world
5. Healthy weight and healthy mindset.
6. Speak Swedish Fluently with people
7. Be abundant in all aspects of my life

This is my 2017 list to keep me motivated and in check. Life is good and I'm striving for better.


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Comment by Stacey P. on January 11, 2017 at 12:08pm

Thank you, Max Powers! I'm going to step my game up and start watching Swedish movies.


Comment by Max Powers on January 10, 2017 at 4:22pm
Cool. Watch as many Swedish langauge movies as you can. Everyday is ideal, but every other day works just as well. The more movies you watch, the more expressions and phrases you'll pick up. Plus your ears will get used to the conversational speed.

Of course if you time and money (depending on what service you use, many are free) you can always get a Skype session with a native Swedish speaker.
Comment by Stacey P. on January 10, 2017 at 2:59pm
Hello Max Powers,

Very useful information. I definitely hope to speak svenska more than just studying. Yes I have Netflix.

Comment by Max Powers on January 10, 2017 at 1:49pm
Do keep in mind that practice is more important than study. The more you practice speaking and writing, the easier it will be for you to pick up more on the language and improve in the process.

That being said: remind yourself that you're a beginner in Svenska and that you'll have nothing to lose if you screw up . . . So you might as well go ahead and speak.

If it makes you feel any better, always preface your conversations with the equivalent of, "Excuse me, I don't speak Swedish well, but . . . ." It's a great way to open your conversations and even find language partners.

By the way, do you own any Swedish language movies or have a Netflix account?
Comment by Stacey P. on January 10, 2017 at 6:46am
Hello Max Powers,

So cool that you learned Korean. How did you approach people to practice speaking in person?
Comment by Max Powers on January 9, 2017 at 6:10pm
If you have any questions about improving your Swedish, let me know. I had to teach myself Korean when I lived over in South Korea.


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