Trust your intuition when you don't know the next step

It is the middle of July and I love how things are becoming much clearer, thank God. Ever since my last blog post, I became so confused with regards to my next steps. Coding After 6 months of trying to get full stack web developer certifications via freecodecamp.org, I felt like going after those certs were not in alignment with the current season. Read more »

Finishing the end of 2019's first half

When I started this blog roughly six months ago, I didn’t know what to expect. I just made plans by organizing what it is I really want to do and be known for and just keep creating in that direction. And my plans have served me well for all of six months. Read more »

Thoughts and Reflections for Mid-June

I have tried, time and time again, to use WordPress as my blogging platform. And then I try to convince myself over and over that WordPress is too complicated (and overrated) for a simple website that just needs to show content, receive comments, and process simple data through forms. If we were talking about a full-fledged e-commerce site, though, maybe I would go the WordPress route. Read more »

Doing all the things

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. Read more »