I spent 4 months during summer in Japan. Whilst there I took time to document everyday kanji that I encountered, during my everyday life. I then began to organize this information and give them narrative. I noticed that kanji can be identified by its characteristic known as a radical. When the kanji are deconstructed we can find this characteristic which we can use to learn other kanji. By doing this we give ourself a vast amount of opportunities to learn/ progress to fluency. 
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