So I know there have been plenty of other posts like this, but I’m specifically curious about what Japanese self-study schedules might look like for people whose days are usually filled up with other commitments.
For example, if you are a full time student who works at least one job (I have a friend who works three, I think), how do you fit Japanese study into that? If you’re a full time parent whose kids keep you busy all the time, how do you make it work? What if you’re a parent AND you have a full time job? Or a parent who is a full time student?
Basically, if you’re the type of person whose schedule would make most people shake their heads and say, “I don’t know how you’re managing this,” how do you fit Japanese study in on top of that?
(When I say Japanese study I don’t just mean WaniKani…I’m talking about extra grammar, speaking, writing, and vocab stuff outside of this site.)
Since I am calling out to the busiest people on this site, I salute anyone who takes the time to reply to this post. Thanks!