100 Days of Gratitude Challenge: 8/100 Days

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  1. Slowly coming to terms, it doesn’t matter what the hell anybody thinks of me anymore.  I’m trying the best I can and I’m going to make mistakes because I’m human. Both in my work and personal life, I need to stop giving myself unrealistic standers and if people are disappoint in me, when I’ve tried my best knowing what I knew at that time, it’s their issue.  I’m a web developer and I am working on my front end web development skills. I’m doing the best I can with what I have in both my work and personal life.
  2. My friends, they are such amazing humans that I’m so privilege to have in my life.
  3. Food in the fridge, which meant that I didn’t have to drive out in the rain and be force to interact with humans after class today.
  4. I wrote a blog that I’m sorta of proud of. I haven’t written one before where, it’s pretty good for where I am at this point of my life. I wrote on the topic “Ten life lessons I learned my first year of WordPress: One.”  It comes out tomorrow. I will be writing one per month. Next month I’m going to challenge myself to write one on some code I learn. It’s going to be hard not to reinvent the wheel but being able to teach it is the main way to know if you really learned something.
  5. I didn’t give up today during my 4 hours of my first ever Javascript class. It seems like everybody besides me in class has used it in some form or anther. My brain stopped working after almost 3 hours and it melted. I was also relieved to find out that normally, this would have been two 2 hour classes.  Over the next few days, I’m going to go back and slowly redo what I learned in class. I am determined to understand it, how it functions, and where it fits into coding.

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