All I need is a list of things I want to do most days, plus, an idea of when I mostly do them. That’s all the amount organization that ought to be required: a loose routine that doesn’t lock me in. Allows me the freedom to be creative about how I live my life.
You see, not only can it be applied to my language activities, but to life in general. It’s the universal prescription!
Starting off each day with 100 words—for 2 years on language, but from thenceforth on metaphysics—is how I tap into my inventive ingenuity.