Get out your pencil, and start doodling!
Our Bitey way of making a connection with your Irish heritage is the regular immersion of the Irish language. Use any means at your disposal. If it comes down to telling your dog to “Suí síos!”, then so be it. But let’s flip that, and see if it can get you thinking in positive ways.
People have their reasons for which they embark on the “learning a new language” adventure. Maybe they want to improve themselves or they are planning a long trip and want to have an easy time visiting other countries. Whatever the reason may be, learning a new language can be an easy task if you have …
Our mission is to make the Irish language part of your every day life. Jerry Seinfeld once shared a great technique to do something every day.
Lots of Irish school kids, for example, speak Irish Gaelic with lots correct grammar missing. But you know what? Isn’t that better than speaking no Irish language at all? This applies to you, too. If you’re on your learning journey, be careful not to set your bar for perfection too high.
Break down your learnings this week into little bites.
I almost titled this post “The Myth of Talent,” because “talent” is a word I hear almost every day, and almost always makes me cringe: “Oh, I’d like to learn Irish, but I have no talent for languages!” “Oh, you don’t want to hear me sing! My brother got all the musical talent in the …