I’m back on WK! Over the course of about two months I’ve climbed thousands of due reviews and lessons. I’ve been on-and-off’ing WaniKani for year. In the beginning, I started WK so I could study anytime while serving in the military. I had to stop as the training progressed and got really intense. And when I finished my service, my review routine died along it. It’s been so frustrating to have forgotten words I knew before, but by the same token so satisfying to still remember words I practiced in -30 degree weather at night in the middle of woods. That’s the power of WaniKani. Coming back I’ve also realised how crucially important it is to study Kanji and their mnemonics throughoutly from the get-go, instead of trying to speedrun the lessons. Trust me, it saves time going slow on the lessons.
My future plans include a language course and JLPT in Japan next year. I hope to complete N3 kanji by then.
PS. How have you guys combined writing practice with WK? I’m really lacking in the writing department and I also can’t seem to learn a good pen grip.
Never give up! Getting back on track with forgotten levels and piles of reviews is possible!
Are you around the same level as me? Drop a reply I’d love to follow your journeys as well