One of my goals for 2018 is to spend more time reviewing and analyzing my sessions after playing. During each session I jot down in Evernote every single hand I VPIP. I also periodically make notes of my mental state for my tilt profile (a la Tendler's "The Mental Game of Poker"). Even though I literally have every hand I've played since the start of 2015 saved in Evernote, I do not use them enough. I will typically a day or two after a session run through my notes quickly, maybe post a hand in the forums, or chat with a friend about a hand, or maybe put a hand in Stove to make sure my equity calculation was correct, but otherwise that's it.
How do you guys review hands/sessions after the fact?
How long after the session ends do you wait before digging in?
For every hour you spend playing, how many hours are you spending reviewing sessions?
What situations are you highlighting?
What tools do you use to review (Stove, FlopZilla, etc)? What are "must haves"?
Do you ever go back to sessions from 6+ months ago and re-review?
Any other tips and tricks?
For reference, I only get 250-300 hours in per year, and my average session is 5-8 hours. Not sure if that volume should change my perspective. Any insight is appreciated.