PoD makes a good point and it's part of what I'm saying. I'm also trying to get at a larger, philosophical point: you can't rush jiujitsu, beyond a certain point. Relson has a saying he repeats like a mantra: Dia a dia...."Day by day." You can't master something in a day. Don't rush. More isn't always better. The guys who rush burn out or get hurt and quit after a few years because NOBODY can push themselves forever and neglect the rest of their life. Ask your self, why aren't you happy with your level of progress now?
The tortoise and the hare...be the tortoise. Not trying to lecture you, I don't know anything about you. I'm just responding to the printed word so don't take it personally.
What Fat Cat say's here is the truth, and is something I'm experiencing now 4 years of 5-6 days BJJ + other stuff has caught up big time and I have taken some time off to gain some perspective - because really I'm not going to be a world champion or gain notoriety in a small circle of grappler's etc, ask yourself why did you start training in the first place? keep that in mind because it's easy to get sidetracked into trying keep up in the daily arms race of the classes or trying to rush improvement.
Take Fat's advice, you'll be thanking him in the long run.