What does learning languages have to do with hair? What does learning languages have to do with hair?

What does learning languages have to do with hair care?

You might be wondering what this article is about, but I promise I have a point. There is a link between learning languages and hair care and I'm about to disclose the mystery. 

What does learning languages have to do with hair care?

The title of this article might sound confusing, but in a few lines, you'll understand my point. Apart from writing this blog, I work as a language coordinator and one of my jobs is to teach languages, English and Spanish, in particular. I love everything that has to do with communication, I love writing, drawing, teaching and coordinating, not only because it satisfies my need to get my message across, but also because it is mind-nourishing. 

As we get closer to the holiday season, we feel more tired, as if the end of a calendar marked the end of our responsibilities, but the truth is that next year, we will still be working as hard as this one. You might still be wondering what language has to do with hair. Don't fret, I'm almost there. Anyway, I was extremely tired this afternoon—because we are already in June—and as I was struggling to stay focused while preparing a lesson, I came to a realization: As part of a listening exercise for my students I was actually listening to an interview of a professional hairstylist talking about some myths and facts about his job and I immediately thought some of his advice was worth writing about it

That thought triggered another idea, that learning a language is much more than actually being able to communicate with a different code, it is constantly feeding our brain with new information about different cultures, jobs, processes and places

That thought triggered another idea, that learning a language is much more than actually being able to communicate with a different code, it is constantly feeding our brain with new information about different cultures, jobs, processes and places.  

To incorporate a new grammar and vocabulary, there must be a vehicle, and that is the texts, videos, and images that provide the input for a class. I also reflected upon all the topics I became interested in because of language learning and teaching, such as space and the first astronauts, inspiring explorers' stories, and history in general. 

Even if you don't have a clear motive to start learning a language, you can definitely profit from the added benefits such as enhanced creativity, flexibility, memory, and improved problem-solving skills.

So, do you want to know the hairdresser's advice? If you want to have good hair, you have to choose your hair products with the same criteria as you were buying your skin care products. You can't just go and buy whatever shampoo and conditioner you find the cheapest and expect good results. 

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Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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