Hey, just a general question. First of all, I like what I'm seeing here. I ordered your first book which will reach me tomorrow. I decided that beforehand I'd check out your YouTube channel.
It was a good introductory video, but one thing that's bugging me is that you advised against "rushing it". Unlike most people who either have school or work, while I'm waiting for surgery (and a year of recovery afterwards) I don't really have anything to do.
While I obviously realise there's a line to draw, given my circumstances would it be a bad idea to dedicate more time to learning? What's too much? I remember hearing someone say that more is better. I agree that nobody should overdo it, but this is subjective. Would six hours a day be overkill? Thanks.
In my opinion, studying 6 hours a day wouldn't be too much.
But it would be good to add variety to it.
For example, you can practice hiragana in the morning, have fun watching JFZ videos (or Japanese movies, anime etc.) in the afternoon and study grammar and vocabulary in the evening.
When I was studying English many years ago, I only had textbooks. No internet, no smart phones back then.
Now we have a lot of options to study with. Please choose methods that work for you and have fun learning.