If I had 20-30 minutes a day to practice what should I turn to? Resources I own: All of Jeff Berlins Online Lessons, Talkingbass Sight reading, Chord Tones, Walking Bass, Janek Gwizdala 251 book. Berklee Music Jazz Book + A Few Youtube Channels I love - Dan Hawkins major shout out!! Open to other suggestions? Background/goals: I've been playing for over a year. I have pretty decent fretboard knowledge and was a decent reader (before my son was born 4 months ago) My goals committing to something that I don't have to think "what should I practice now?" and progress. I don't need to be the next Janek Gwizdala, but I do LOVE how expressive he is with his bass..like he is talking with it. I also really want to grow better with creating bass lines and walking. I know a good amount of theory, but I know more in my head than it under my fingers if that makes sense. I'm just looking for something to stick to until I have more time to be more exploratory when I have more time.