Right! That is what most of us will see or hear as the word of advice when starting to learn something. It's cliche but it is literally the first step to anything, the initiative.
So first, this is not the first time I took on the
#100DaysOfCode challenge. I have tried and failed to keep myself accountable, countless times. I have failed not once, not twice on this challenge as I easily burn myself out. But I guess, that's really how we learn - by making mistakes.
Its going not as smooth and not as I've imagined. But I have learned that failing is okay and normal. The past 7 days have been a satisfying start for me because I let myself stumble, hit the roadblocks purposely, and learn at my own pace.
So I'm encouraging you to join me and start this challenge. See how far you'll go by doing something you love! Start your journey now.
I'm diving deeper on more CSS and I'll be incorporating a mixed layout like Flexbox and Grid. So on the next 7 days, I'm hoping to be able to implement it on the challenges and projects I'll be making such as my official website portfolio.
Sincerest appreciation to my fiance who supports me as I go through this