ArchiveNovember 2017

We’re Now At The Acceptance Stage

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We’re now at week 3 of my Productivity App Challenge, and I’ve actually learned a lot about myself. Since starting my challenge, I feel more productive with all the activities I’m pushing myself to do and I can see the progression improving. On top of doing this this challenge, I’ve noticed that my energy to write more has increased. Getting a bit more organized and publishing more, however, I...

Heading Tags Are Important For Your Blog Post

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This was something I didn’t know in all my years in writing. Especially right on the computer. It wasn’t taught to me in college, and I’m sure that my professors didn’t know this either. Our teachers just needed to visually see that our papers are broken down into sections with a nice big font in bold as the header. BAM! Beautiful. And ready to print. However, in blog writing, it’s a little...

I Think I Hate Javascript

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I seriously think I hate Javascript. Not only just Javascript, I’ve started to realize that maybe I’m not a coder. Yes, 10 years later, since attempting AP Computer Science back in high school of 2007 and practically failing the class, it’s probably not for me. As much as I love the idea of becoming a coder, it just seems that I can’t grasp the concept of it. I can appreciate and learn the...

The Productivity App Challenge

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Small goals are important to bigger goals, right? I feel that attempting these smaller challenges actually pushes me further to achieve what I want for my lifetime goals. Learning how to code, learning a new language, getting back into yoga, and improving my writing. Well, how about killing all 4 birds with one stone? For the next few weeks, I’ll be documenting my progress with the...

Well, This Is It. A New Chapter.

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If you have found my blog or this post specifically, congratulations! You are now witnessing a transformation of my writing career. Or perhaps, a new chapter. If you don’t know me well, head over to my About Me page to get an understanding of my personality. But if you do know me, or read my Introduction, I have been an on-and-off blogger since the Internet was born. From Xanga, MySpace...

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