So, I've got a tentative wishlist set out, but to really understand my wishlist of languages, one really needs to understand how my list works. I divide it into four catagories, finnic, semitic, germanic, and indo-european. I'll post my languages and my plans for them in each category, like this:
Modern Hebrew & Biblical Hebrew
MSA & Levantine Arabic
The reason it helps to organize them like this, is because I try to limit myself to one from each grouping at a time. This keeps me from learning languages from the same family at the same time, and it makes it so that I can only learn four languages at once. I'm really bad about overloading myself with languages, because there are just so many interesting ones out there!
So, here's the game plan for the near future. Maintain Danish, Japanese, and Italian. Continue German at school. Right now, I study Hebrew and Finnish, with Mandarin as my plaything in my spare time. Over the New Year, I want to move Finnish down to my sub-focus level, then Mandarin up to main focus level, then let Hebrew maintain its spot.
Then my goal is to maintain that. I'm thinking about starting a character-a-day post on here, or maybe a separate blog, I dunno, but other than that really, not much change until summer.
Over summer, I'm going to kick it up a notch, with some Portuguese I think. Then at the end of summer, I want to evaluate my plans and decide which three languages to get back into for the new school year.
Laoshu, a user on Youtube, mentioned that he likes to pick four (I believe) languages at the new year, then study them for the coming up year. I divide my time into the two semesters, and summer. Summer I can pick up a new lang, then at the beginning of each semester, I like to just take a step back and look at the past year and evaluate which languages I want to spend more time on, etc.
And I know, I've got a ton of languages. But it's hard, there are so many pretty ones. ;P That's why I do lists, so I don't impulse learn. Ta-ta for now!