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Doing all the things

Sun, Jun 2, 2019 | Read in 2 minutes

I never thought I’d say this but I’m glad May was over. It was a busy time of family visits, birthday preparations, sickness, and overall stress.

But that is not to say that May didn’t teach me any lesson. If anything, I learned one of the most important lessons in life: to just breathe and calm down.

Despite the struggle to find time, energy, and motivation, here comes an update for the second part of May.


I was able to work through JavaScript Basic Algorithm Scripting and Object Oriented Programming. Now currently tackling with Functional Programming. I honestly didn’t think I’d say this but, in JavaScript, I think I like OOP more than Functional Programming. Functional Programming takes a lot of brain work for me. 😱


Unfortunately my previous update for the first half of May was very much delayed. But on the bright side, I have created a content calendar and a rough plan for this website. Fingers crossed, I’ll be happy as 🐝 in the next few weeks as I try to churn out useful content. 🤞


I did yoga a total of 3 times in the second half of May, which was an improvement from the 2 times I did it during the first half. 😂 But not bad considering the craziness that was last month. The trick is just to keep going and keep moving no matter how slow.


During the beginning of this year, I was intent on using Progress as my word. I actually wrote the word “Progress” in my planner. But d the months went through, I realized what I really needed my word to be: DISCIPLINE. All this reading about Stoicism and emotional intelligence seems to hint at me towards cultivating some sense of discipline in my life. It’s also one of the reasons why I have started calendar blocking again. To do lists just don’t cut it unless you put your tasks on the calendar and allocate some time for them.