Butt to bench and to-do list

My brother once introduced me to the term “butt to bench”. What it includes is to sit by your desk and work with something until you understand it – whether it’s economics or grammar – and not giving up.

By all means take a break sometimes, but never just give up on something because it appears to be difficult at first glance. Actually, that is something for which I really admire the Korean learners out there; they obviously don’t give up even when learning conditions are not ideal.

My to do list for today:

For my Econometrics and game theory exam on Tuesday:
Logarithmic regressions, Bayesian games, and brushing up on a paper about incentives for civil servants.

Korean:
1. Shadow reading (thank you to Korean Vitamin yet again for ideas for how to improve both reading and speaking at the same time).
2. Grammar point -기로 했어요

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