Here I am asking suggestions on plans to systematically improve one's chess skills. I am aware of questions such as this one, but I am seeking advice based on the following criteria:
- I am willing to spend 30-60 minutes on chess everyday.
- I am unwilling to spend money on this. Thus expenses such as paid membership or personal coach will not be an option. I have access to some libraries so books are welcome; I have regular access to the internet as well. Any recommendation of engines that are completely free will be more than welcome.
- The training needs to cover all areas of chess playing, including of course opening, mid-game and endgame.
Here is what I am doing on a regular basis (all of them can be done for free):
- Solve 5 puzzles at chess.com and 10 at 365chess.com.
- Play one puzzle rush at chess.com.
- Study one lesson at chess.com.
- Watch some chess related videos on Youtube. (Since there are so many videos/channels/playlists, any recommendation will be appreciated.)
- If time allows, I would also play a few 5+5 blitz games at chess.com for fun. I do not have much time to sit down and play some lengthy games, at least on a regular basis.
I currently do not have a rating but my estimation of my ELO rating is 1500-1600. I am also wondering if it is realistic for me to obtain the FIDE Master's title after say 10 years of self-training of 30-60 minutes per day.