I'll be honest and be transparent. My coding study hasn't been consistent these past few weeks. My schedule wasn't in it's ideal situation compared to a few months ago when I decided to commit to learning code. However, I am not letting myself to be discouraged by this. I'm still trying to set aside some time every night, at least 30 minutes to an hour for my study.

So far, I've managed to complete 58% lessons in The Odin Project's Foundations course.

58% mark on the Foundations course

Moving Forward

And so, there is only one way forward: To continue on this path and just take it one lesson at a time.

I'm currently on the Flexbox exercises part of Foundations and it's really overwhelming. All the elements and values in the flexbox toolset feels a little bit daunting. There is so much about it that I feel like I am not absorbing any of it.

So, I try to focus on the very basic and commonly used ones. And hopefully, I can rely on my research skills to look up anything I missed later on.

I recognize today that this coding journey is a painstaking and grinding process. However, I've committed to this and I'm not ready to give up yet. I am determined to see this through and so I will. I won't mind the time. This will take as long as it will take.

Manifest it?

Yeah! So I'm manifesting and claiming that in a year from now, I've learned enough about coding that I've done 1 project that's flex-worthy.

That's it for now!