Ok. I rode the wanikani free train for a while now and decided to go all in. whoop whoop
Let’s celebrate that I found my credit card and courage to actually press “confirm”. Took me only a couple of Zolofts and a massive panic attack, but here I am now.
I think Wanikani is pretty perfect for Kanji. I love it.
I wish more apps were like that. You sit down, you are told what to do and have fun on the way.
Should that make me worried about my mental status?
Anyway, I am also using Memrise and Lingodeer for easy learning sessions and I am reading Genki slowly when I have time to actually sit down. But damn Genki is rough. Would be easier to eat it in a bowl without milk.
Thanks to you guys I also put the list of all non-Kanji Vocab in Kitsun.io. Will publish a link once I know it’s good to work with.
But I am still having a mild anxiety that I am missing something and my OCD would appreciate if you could help me out.
What would you recommend to me that I could do every day a little bit or extensively every week or so?
What did you wish you started when starting your Japanese journey?
Mistakes you made and websites/books/apps you wished you had when you started?