Another approach is to read Latin right from the start! There is a series by Hans Orberg called "Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata." It is 100% in Latin, but very carefully designed so that the pictures and hints, as well as the slowly increasing difficulty of the text, build your vocab and grammar in a comfortable way.
I've been using it in teaching for a few years now, and I find that students find it more fun and more useful than other methods. I myself was trained in a very grammar heavy traditional way, where we just read and translate stuff that's way above our level. I like and can do that kind of grammar analysis/puzzles too, but now with "active" methods like Orberg's I'm able to speak and write Latin too. That's helped my fluency and vocabulary in a big way. I can now read moderately complex texts without looking at a dictionary much, almost like I would in any modern language I was fluent in. I don't translate into my native language, I just read. It's a big, but worthwhile, shift.
I'm also available here on iTalki as a tutor if you want help with your Latin!