A month or two has passed since I first wrote about this and I’ve settled into a pretty good rhythm.
Every day, at lunch break, I hop into my car and work on my Free Code Camp challenges for an hour.
This way I get a minimum of 5 hours studying a week. It has been slow-going and, to be honest, I’ve had to miss a break or two here and there, to attend to errands, catch up on a Game of Thrones episode before stumbling on a spoiler, etc.
But all in all, it has been pretty good. I powered through the html and CSS challenges, built a tribute site to The Challenged Athletes Foundation (who I am fundraising for – more details to come soon!) and developed a mobile-responsive bootstrap portfolio site.
I feel confident that, if I keep trying, I will start to get better at it. It’s inevitable. It has to happen. It will just take more work. So, with that, I should get back to it!
Check out my codepen page for my responsive portfolio site here!