1) You get too loose when you're winning. We wrote down our ranges for a reason, stick to them.
2) You get too passive after someone snaps off a bluff. Just play correctly, it isn't a bad thing when they catch you bluffing, it's a good thing.
3) You make way too many bets without a purpose. You laugh at your opponents because they make so many stabs without purpose, and then you do the same exact thing from time to time.
4) You're definitely better now than previously, but you still need to be thinking more about villains range on the river. When you're deciding to bet, or to call, or to raise, you need to know who has the stronger range and know where your hand stacks up against his range.
5) You have a huge tendency to play emotionally, whether you're winning or losing. You get happy and loose when you're winning, which slows down your winning. And you get depressed and passive when you're losing, which speeds up your losing. Don't do these things, control your emotions, play with your brain and play well, stop letting short term results affect your long term win rate.
Other than that, just keep doing what you're doing. You're definitely starting to understand the game on a much deeper level than ever before. You're playing infinitely better than you were playing just 2 weeks ago. Keep improving, concentrate on what you're doing, eliminate the problems noted above, crush these idiots, clear your bonus, be happy, and don't fucking argue with me anymore lololol.