I live in Flanders (Belgium) and I've studied French for many years at school, but I wasn't really interested and not trying very hard. So I've lost a lot of potential, but now I really want to start learning French. I still know the basics and can understand the major lines in newspaper articles if I really try and concentrate. Let's say I have an A2 level at the moment, because I barely use it.
I was listening English audiobooks on my way to work (2 hours a day in total) and it got me thinking. Maybe you guys know some good French audiobooks/books which are not too complex and too fast. So I can start easy and listen more complex ones in time. I would want to listen/read real stories (perhaps even real French classics) and not like these 'Learn French' books.
I guess 2 hours of listening French each day will be a good practice.