I think it'd be a good idea if members were to share what their average day looks like on BHW. This way, the same sorts of information that we exchange regarding IM methods can be shared in regards to research methodology, routine, and time management on BHW. This is especially effective because they can be applied to each and EVERY method. Here are some brainstorming questions: How long do you spend per day reading the forums? Do you follow journeys? Do you follow people? How do you balance learning new methods or optimizations for your method with practically trying them out? How much of what you read is relevant to your main method, and how much of it is research into methods currently unused by you? Do you subscribe to sections that are relevant to your method? When do you decide to follow or not follow a thread? I'll start (I guess) by saying that I should be more consistent and devote time to reading the forums more than I do. I follow people who are recognized by the community as generally reliable, and try to learn from them what I can. I try my best to respond to every message within 24 hours. When researching, I read a lot of things front-end and then take notes to save them for later as references. I use the search bar to find posts relevant to my method, and after I've read a bunch I start using the method. When I'm not reading or applying what I've read, I think of new ways to spin or upscale the method to generate more revenue. I also follow journeys mainly to find out what people did wrong, and not make the same mistake. I'm more often than not the one who knows less in any conversation, so I remember how much I know in relation to other people, and do my best to be humble as much as I can. What about you guys? What's your routine look like?