Woohoo! After 5 months and 25 days, I finally heard the burn bell!!!
First radical to be burnt golden was:
First kanji to burnt golden was:
I have yet to burn a vocabulary item but hopefully it happens soon!
Thank you for all the support from this wonderful community. Even though I have taken a back seat in the forums because of some changes in my life, I pressed on with my reviews even if I only do it once a day and despite setback days. Now 10 levels after (knock-knock-knocking on 's door) and over a dozen burns , I am only getting more motivation to continue. Hopefully I can be back soon and be a more active member of the forums. For now, I will try and visit when I can and hopefully contribute when I have a spare moment.
I have read here that level 10 is a good place to start doing grammar alongside WaniKani. I have the Genki 1 book and will be going over it as I do my reviews each day. Is it worth it to get the separate workbook? I have gone through some chapters of Genki 1 in the past when I signed up for Japanese classes for several months. The main book works for me but I am wondering if the workbook can help me further. I hope some of you can share your experience with the workbook and if it is a good value for money. Besides Genki 1, will this be enough or should I add something else to the routine? Any thoughts or comments will be much appreciated.
Special thank you to @rfindley and @Kumirei for the excellent userscripts. I installed them awhile back when I was feeling unmotivated (did not do reviews for 4 days straight) in the hope that I lose that feeling and be excited again for doing reviews. It did the trick so I thank you from the bottom of my bottoms-up heart !
Thank you all and let me leave you with this snippet I managed to catch a screenshot of before the streak of burn bells started:
Hope this is a sign of more kanji to “master” and eventually burn!