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To take your spanish to the next level, you’re going to need to implement a consistent daily routine.

That sounds like a great idea, but we’ve all tried it and it’s not easy. We’re usually confronted by two important obstacles: finding the time to practice Spanish and staying consistent.

It’s easy to feel motivated one day and study a bunch of Spanish, but how can you ensure that you give a similar amount of effort the next day?

I recommend following a simple process:

  1. Plan what you want, then
  2. Do what you can, and then
  3. Track what you did.

A Daily Spanish Routine You Will Actually Stick To

Daily Routine Planner Spanish

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