It’s that simple, really. Of course simple does not mean easy. Enough with advice, and into the main reason for this post which is to say:
There are many people who made this journey of mine enjoyable and fruitful. As much as I’d like to mention all of them, it will not be possible and I will definitely miss some.
I’ll start with coders.
@Kumirei - I’ve been following the guiding light of Heatmap for two years. Thank you!
@rfindley - I have no idea how many scripts of yours I am using, but all scripts are using your API anyway. I visit wkstats daily. Your contribution to WK is incredible.
@seanblue - your Lesson Filter allowed me to have a healthy mix of kanji and vocab each day, which I consider much better diet than original vanilla order.
@psdcon, you’ve added “Anime sentences” when I was almost done with lessons, so now I’m tempted to go over old items pages just for the sake of checking the audio links. Such an incredible idea!
Next let’s me express my immense gratitude to the bunch of dedicated folks who run this incredible operation called Wanikani Book Clubs. This is the place where I plan to hang out most in the future, because simply learning 2000 kanji does not enable one to read or understand Japanese.
seanblue, @NicoleRauch, @Micki, @NyappyTiramisu, @MrGeneric, @yamitenshi and many more people dedicating their time to this enterprise - Thank you!
I believe that Leebo needs a category of his own on this forum, thank you for just being here.
At Level 19, I joined Climb Tokyo Skytree thread, and this group kept me going at the regular pace for the last 18 months. Thank to all the folks on that thread, and best wishes to reach your goals before May 2022!
Let me finish by wishing everyone to be healthy and happy and keep up with their learning journey!
Just keep going!