Sounds good to me, but what’s most important is you need to find out for yourself what your ideal pace is and experiment. If you find your reviews are too few, you can experiment with doing more lessons, if you’re feeling overwhelmed you can experiment with reducing that. In the end, you decide your pace.
When I was going the hardest (or fastest) I was literally all day every day keeping an eye on WK and trying to make my lessons and reviews go to 0. I’d do all lessons as soon as they were available and all reviews as they came up, I was doing hundreds of reviews daily.
The problem with that is that I crashed and burned, cause if you miss even one day of reviews, the pile then becomes like a hydra, where you feel like the more you chip away at it the bigger and stronger it becomes.
I’ve seen people throw around something like keeping your apprentice items around 100 or less to not get overwhelmed, but that’s a subjective measure. In the end try upping your pace little by little and adjusting it immediately if you feel it’s too much.
Experiment with it, and remember to have fun. It’s hard to force yourself to do something that’s not fun for you, that’s basic psychology . The subscription issue is a thing though, and many people feel like they have to go the absolute fastest, or else they’re wasting their money going slowly. I’m not saying that’s not a valid way of thinking about it. but if you go too fast and burn yourself, that’d be a waste too