I published a paper (in a university journal) about H. D. Brown.
He recommends to learners of modern languages to keep a diary. You write all about learning and acquiring the language: a strategy you used, fears, joys, brilliant ideas, tips, frustrations… All remarkable about your experiences in the classes or wherever.
Once a week you can read what you’ve written. It makes you get aware of your learning and your autonomy as a learner. You may give vents in that diary. It may help. I believe in H. D. Brown’s ideas about learning a language. / Photo from: www scoop it