Week 1: I've thought up a way to document my progress. I need to make quizzes for myself. It would be much better and efficient if I had a mentor. I need to find one.
Week 2: I found a mentor. He's a friend of mine who's played Skyrim, so he knows what he's doing. He agreed to make quizzes for me. This should work perfectly.
Week 3: I'm struggling to figure out a way to document my progress. I want to make translations and post them... somewhere, but don't know where I could do that or how. I'll see what I can find out from some friends.
Week 4: I've figured it out. I'll make a separate website for my translations. Another problem though: I keep procrastinating. I need to actually start learning the language so I can make the translations but I haven't made the time. I need to focus.
Week 5: Still haven't started learning. I made the website through Google Sites and it looks pretty good, but it won't help if I don't get it together and make some time.
Week 6: I need to prepare a pitch for a few ACT administrators. I have to somehow sell this ridiculous idea. It doesn't help that I don't have anything to show them other than my bag. Maybe I can wing it.
Week 7: My pitch went fairly well, except for the fact that I didn't dress professionally. They liked my idea, so I guess I'm doing something right. They suggested some really cool ideas, like making a dictionary for the translations instead of just making a website. I really need to get started over spring break. At least one hour a day or more through the whole break.
Week 8: I have done nothing. I had no drive to get to work over spring break and now I need to figure out how to cram everything in so little time. I'm sure that if I get off my rear and get to it, I can learn something. Here's hoping I can do that. From here I need to start looking for different sites that have translations