I think getting in the right mindset is one of the biggest hurdles. Some days I would get distracted and maybe not finish reviews. By focusing on putting the time in and staying consistent I feel like its become a habit to hop on here right away in the morning and plough through.
The other big thing was I started using reorder script to spread out my kanji lessons. Before I would level up and have about 130 new lessons which would take me about 1 week to get through.
Instead I hit the radicals once I level up and then everyday I do 5 kanji lessons and 15 vocab. By the time the radicals hit guru, I’ve already been reviewing the other kanji. Also by the time I’m about to level up again my lesson count is close to 0.
I didn’t realize how much of a slog it was before trying to get through lesson piles
Lastly, a lot of the community has talked about spending more time using the language and less time using resources. I’ve been shifting my focus away from other SRS and spending more time reading/watching shows with JP subtitles. I think this has taken a lot of the learning stress away and helped me focus on WK/bunpro as the only SRS type learning tool I use right now.
Sometimes you get into a routine and its hard to break free. I think by learning from other people’s experiences I’ve been able to see the flaws in my old study habits and try something new
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