I'm posting this to get some second opinions.
Let me start with the languages I have experience in: I've been learning Swedish for 9 years and I learned French at the same time as Swedish but only learned it while I was in high school and college, so 6 or 7 years.
Since then, I learned German, a little Turkish and Armenian. Turkish is great and I really loved it but it just didn't stick like some other languages did, and Armenian - there just aren't any resources.
I'm at the point where I want something new. I'm not willing to give up Swedish, I don't want that to go waste.
I guess I just let a language grow on me for a while, and gen I learn it and get bored of it/find out I don't really like it and then I'm back to square one
What I want to study next are: Italian, Albanian, Korean and Russian
But what do you guys think? Should I also stick with French since I have so much history with it?
I just don't want to get bored again, and I want something I'm actually going to use.
Feel free to suggest languages that aren't on that list, I'm pretty open, as long as there are resources for it
Edit: I've been strongly considering Greek too, but I need a little convincing