Alright, now that you're coming closer to the date of your performance and you're thinking about consolidating your gains, it's a good time to mention how you should be practicing. Your normal practice time should be spent doing about 40% performance (songs, pieces, adlibbing, etc) and 60% technique and theory. This means you're investing 40% of your time in actually making music and 60% of your time breaking music down into smaller, digestible pieces and learning more about how music works, becoming a better musician, etc. Or you could look at it as 40% production and distribution and 60% research and development. That same ratio is to be applied normally to your time performing - 60% of that time (the time actually working on your songs) should be spent on breaking the song into manageable pieces (2 beats, 2 measures, 6 notes repeated again and again until perfect and natural) and 40% going straight through the piece, without stopping no matter what happens - practicing performing (remember, practicing is repeating and performing is not repeating. More on this next time
Add techniques and dimensions to your music, but subtly so we never notice what you did. We feel it, experience it, not notice it.