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2:51 PM, Sunday August 29th 2021

I agree with PinkSamurai. It's not drawing specific, but I personally find I retain more than expected after a long break , and it's easy to get stuck in a rut spending all my time reviewing and making no progress, then burning out and repeating the process a few months down the line.

Imo it's better to set aside a portion of your time for review (even without the sabatical) and continue tackling new things.

7:06 PM, Tuesday August 31st 2021

thanks for the help! will follow and just review some key information in past lessons :)

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