I've decided to study Greek.
I've also decided to take 6 or 7 college courses and learn as much as I can of about 10 other languages when I have the time/energy to do it. Luckily I'm not working right now
..About those 10 languages, I may have cheated a bit, because I counted languages that have so far proven fairly similar to each other, i.e. Old English/Gothic/Old Norse/Icelandic and Norwegian/Swedish as separate languages... I could even go so far as to say that I've noticed a few similarities between Norwegian and Old Norse, which is certainly helpful!
I can probably afford to spend anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour on Greek several days per week. I'm going to have to do some serious budgeting of my time, but I figure it's more worthwhile than zoning out in front of the TV or reading a novel for the umpteenth time.
Any suggestions, other than "Don't do it!"?