Remembering The Kanji: 1213/2200 - 2017/6/30

So I've decided to make a big change for studying the Kanji.

Since I work full time, I've decided to study at a slower pace. A glacial pace, actually.

I've decided just to study 5 new Kanji a day from here on out. 

That comes out to 10 new flashcards a day.

Why have I decided to study only 5 new Kanji a day?

Simple, because the reviews are killing me.

I am juggling several projects: work, developing my own system for teaching English to Koreans, studying Korean, studying Kanji, maintaining healthy friendships and relationships, maintaining a clean house, writing on this website, and building back other habits like stretching and medititation.

Kanji, I love you, but you're taking up a bit too much time, and you're not a big priority these days.

Korean, on the other hand, is a much bigger priority for me.

So I've decided to dial back on the Kanji studies, which take about 1-2 hours a day for me. I would like to make it about 30 minutes to 1 hour a day.