This is the last post of 2020. Before the start of every new year I write a list of goals. These aren't resolutions— for me instilling multiple new habits on January 1st and sticking to them through the year is impossible. Instead, I continuously build up objectives and break them down into habits. I do the end of year exercise to review progress, reaffirm plans for the coming year, and project a year into the future for extra motivation. This year I thought it would be fun to do this in public.
Finishing Spivak is top of my list for this year. I was going to try and get through all of the problems, but now that I have seen the link you posted, I think I will just follow along and use the assignments as a guide. From what you can tell so far do you think that there are diminishing returns on the number of problems you do? Do you have any sort of a strategy for going through math textbooks?
Also what happened to "Everyone learns calculus in the same way— by doing [Rudin]"? Lol
Happy new year! Do you usually write about the insights from the books you read?