Set aside a time each day (give yourself a break from the routine one day per week) for work with the Leitner Boxes. More time will be required as we get deeper into the subject. Same time each day is not required. This is a thinking activity, with respect to thinking the brain cannot multitask.
Practice that’s spaced out, interleaved with other learning, and varied produces better mastery, longer retention, and more versatility. The learning from interleaved practice feels slower than learning from massed practice. Teachers and students sense the difference. They can see that their grasp of each element is coming more slowly, and the compensating long-term advantage is