In general, my week was pretty busy (that's also why this post is 1 day late). This meant that my study time had to be more fragmented and I often only had 15-30 minutes at a time to study. This is too short to deeply dig into the analysis of a game, so I focused more on tactics and playing rapid games in these slots.
Positives from the week
I'm certainly happy with the number total of hours I managed to spend on chess, even though the time felt less meaningful since I didn't spend a lot on time on analysis or solving difficult puzzles.
I also found more time for rapid games and had another OTB league game on Saturday which is always good. In addition to that, I also had my LoneWolf game and a 20+20 chess960 game, so I am very happy with the time I spent playing.
Improvements for the future
The biggest takeaway from this week is that I need to find bigger blocks of time for chess study. In order to achieve that, I need to better schedule my non-chess activities which was a problem this last week.
I have seen the following position in Mastering Chess Strategy.
Black to play
Black's biggest problem in this position is the passive bishop on g7, so black improves it.
26...Bxd5 27.Bxd5 Bf6! 28.Qg3 c6 29.Bb3 Bd8! 30.Qd3 Bb6+
The bishop is now very strong on the g1-a7 diagonal and black has an advantage.