It's getting late for me, so I'll only comment on a few little things:
I think it is a good idea to set up a syllabus for yourself. It provides a good framework for how you can achieve your goals. You have a plan. You don't have to stick to it exactly, but it is there for you to gauge your progress.
IMHO, I think you should alternate your daily schedules. Maybe on one day, you do speed exercises, and then on alternate days, you do more focused sessions (e.g. learn more about features in maya, work on a project, etc). Drawing everyday is good though.
Following the exact same routine each day will burn you out, especially if you're covering several different topics in a day. You don't really get a chance to focus on anything if you only spend 1-2 hours on it. Give yourself 3-4 hours for some things to really get into it and develop your skills.
Also, 13+ hours a day is a bit much. Most people aren't really productive beyond 8-10 hours. Naturally, this isn't always the case, but do keep that in mind. You don't want to burn out after only a week.
From a technical standpoint, using dates in file names is redundant. You already have date stamps on the files. Just sort by date if you need to know see when things were created. Also, naming files with long-form dates will not allow you to sort alphabetically in any logical fashion. For example, "Dec 5 2003 - chair.mb" will come before "Nov 13 2003 - chair.mb". That really doesn't make any sense.
Anyway, those are just some of my thoughts. I look forward to hearing how your first day goes.