I've got 6 more days before starting school again. I'll be 11th grade, my penultimate year. My last school year was my best one I ever had, partly thanks to the people here. Feeling at ease and having May and June for myself while watching my schoolmates drinking coffee after coffee in order to catch up was one of the most satisfactory things I've witnessed. I want to make this year even better. Here are the things I want to accomplish in the following school year: 1) Finishing with only As not just for the year, but for the two terms we have. (last year I had one B in History for the first term) 2) Progressing with calisthenics onto more intermediate movements - front lever, planche, handstand push-ups, human flags, dragon flags. This will require a lot of dedication and time. I work out at home - I have a pull-up bar, gymnastics rings and just recently I got myself parallettes. As I said before, I've been doing r/bodyweightfitness' recommended routine an year and a half. And since it is a full body routine that you do three times a week, I'm at a loss with how to keep working on all my muscles and train for those movements effectively. 3) My current active goal is about preparing for the C2 exam I'll be taking this December. I think I'll greatly benefit from learning another language. Over the years I've studied a fair amount of German and Russian, very little Japanese and Korean. In order to make an informed decision as to what would be a good second language for me, I need to sort myself out as far as where I want to be studying after 12th grade. German and Russian are both safe options. I'm interested to hear different opinions on the matter. 4) Meditation. I used Headspace's free starter meditation pack (look up the app) and I definitely saw results. I need to set myself a particular time of the day to meditate for at least 15 minutes. I'm currently delighted with my daily routine - I wake up at 6 AM and go to bed at around 23 PM. I need some time to wake up in the morning though. The main reason is probably exposing myself to electronics late at night. I think having 9 PM as an hour after which I shouldn't engage in such activities should do the job. Just an year ago, when I didn't have the social contacts I have now, I was used to being alone for a long time. Currently it feels like I crave social contact, which is a bad thing obviously. In order to accomplish all of my goals I need to get comfortable with being alone again. That being said, I don't want to stay inside for 9 months. My idea is to structure my schedule so that I don't ever leave homework for the weekends, and have them for myself. How am I going to do it? As I mentioned, I have two shifts: from 7:30 AM to 1 PM, and from 1:30 PM to 7 PM. We change them every month. When I have the morning shift, I need to get home, eat and then do my homework ASAP and work out. (I should probably divide my homework in two sessions in order not to get to worn up and also in order to work out before the sun sets) When I have the evening one, I need once again to get home, eat, do as much of my homework before going to sleep so as to have time to work out in the morning. That's it for now. I want to make a new goal concerning the entirety of daily regime during the school year no later than Sunday 23th.