I'm an undergraduate who doesn't find analysis particularly interesting, but I'm taking a calculus on manifolds course next semester, so I'm reviewing measure and integration theory since my grasp on the subject should be stronger, but it's so difficult to actually sit down and learn the material when I'm uninterested in it. With subjects I like, I can sit down and read a textbook for hours every day without any problem.
Does anybody have any advice? Topology was my favorite course so when I can think of problems topologically or have some topological motivation, it helps me want to learn these other subjects, but the textbook I use doesn't take a topological approach. If anybody has any advice (or textbook recommendations), I'd greatly appreciate it.
Also, I can't just not learn this subject, either