I have read some of your posts. I find them interesting to read, as a testimony of an individual progression. It takes some courage to write all this down. On the content though, i find that you are waisting a lot of your practice time on things which are probably too difficult for you and that you learn little by doing this. Playing bits of different Chopin etudes every day wont make you progress that much. It seems like a more focused practice on specific simplier technical exercices would be more fruitful. It also seems like you are playing a lot of the same type of music, mostly romantic. Some diversity would be more helpful.
For the sight reading, reading occasionally difficult pieces is fine, but unlike what you seem to believe, to improve your sight reading, you would be better off choosing pieces way simplier which you should try to play well and at tempo.
My final thought here is that i understand you dream of playing La Campanella, but i think you should realize that if you get there, it will be in a number of years. In the meantime, your mid target goal should be to play musically pieces of average difficulty. Mastering properly articulation, hand coordination, dynamic, phrasing, tempo and expression while working also on your technical skills is already enough to fill out every day. Nothing exciting, but piano progress is a long path with small daily increments. If you post a recording of your nocturne here , people can give you an honnest feedback and some additional recommendations. Good luck to you.