I’d definitely try out https://bunpro.jp. Try to actually read and translate all the sample sentences, because that will improve your understanding of the grammar and increase your Japanese reading comprehension.
Oh, and try to never use ローマジ again. You need an IME (a tool that let’s you type in ひらがな、カタカナ and 漢字(かんじ))。I’ve been using this one for over a year, it’s easy and quick to use, alt+tilde (below ESC (`)) changes your English input to ひらがな, alt+caps changes ひらがな to カタカナ and ctrl+caps changes it back to ひらがな. Once you’ve typed a word, you can turn the word (and even whole sentences) into Kanji, you can do this by either pressing the spacebar on arrow keys. alt+tilde changes your Japanese input back to English. Being able to write in the language you’re learning helps quite a lot IMO.
If you still have problems reading your kana’s, then I’d get on that ASAP, it will just hinder you in the long run if you don’t have a solid foundation to build on.
You should also get a Japanese dictionary browser plug-in like Rikaichan. There are similar add-ons for other browsers as well.
In conclusion, work on your basics in order to build a decent foundation, use something like Bunpro for grammar, try to always type in Japanese instead of ローマジ, even though it might look scary at first, you’ll get used to it and it will definitely help in the long run.
If you need help with any of these things, feel free to ask me or anyone here.
Anyways, your avatar reminds me that I still have three episodes of One Piece to catch up to, so I should probably get on that now.