I havnt been checking the amonnia as much as the nitrites becauae i always though the nitrites come from amonna being converted so therer shouldnt be amonnia and my water dosnt have amonnia in it either
So I came home to this
Your tanks seems to be at stage 2 of its cycle. Now it needs a big enough colony of the guys who convert nitrite into nitrate then youre safe. Do you have any filter media from a tank thats already cycled? That can help kickstart the population and speed up the cycle
Maybe someone near you can loan you a bit of cycled filter media or something.
No nitrites are safe, infact they are worse than ammonia, but yeah keep up your water changes to stay on top of them.
Be careful though, if you take out too much water you will end up killing off your bacteria population and starting your cycle again. Its probably better to test your water both before and after to see where your tank is at in its cycle. You could also start testing for nitrates, when you start getting them you can breathe a little easier knowing the final stage of the cycle is taking place