100 Days of Code: Day 49

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My mind is a wander-land, I am grateful for my blog and the tech blogging community that I've only just begun to discover, and another chunk of this JavaScript section is in the books.

[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1526680382655{margin-top: 15px !important;margin-bottom: 60px !important;padding-right: 10% !important;padding-left: 10% !important;}”][vc_column][vc_progress_bar values=”%5B%7B%22label%22%3A%22Progress%22%2C%22value%22%3A%2249%22%2C%22color%22%3A%22blue%22%7D%5D” title=”100 Days of Code, Round 1″ percentage_value=”27″ title_color=”#3e3e3e” bar_color=”#1b7da9″ track_height=”20px” track_color=”#e7f6fc” m=”20″ extra_class=”” units=”%”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Goals For Today:” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:left” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][ultimate_icon_list icon_size=”16″ icon_margin=”20″][ultimate_icon_list_item icon_type=”custom” icon_img=”id^4091|url^https://www.blissfullemon.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/done.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^done|description^null”]Object-Oriented Scripting in JavaScript[/ultimate_icon_list_item][/ultimate_icon_list][vc_column_text]I am growing a little tired of the whole “good/bad/notes” structure that I’ve been using almost daily throughout this challenge. I’m thinking of changing things up a little bit as I am finding the there are more and more things intertwining or not being inherently good or bad.

This might not make any sense, but I don’t even see the struggles as being particularly “bad” anymore as I tend to learn much more from those things.

Today’s Coding Challenge | My Mind is a Wander-land

Do you ever have one of those days where you feel like your mind is 100 places all at once? That’s exactly how I felt today. Every time I tried to work on one thing, my brain kept pulling me in another direction. It was a fight just to get through the Object Oriented Programming in JavaScript section, but somehow I managed.

At least I am feeling much better today. I switched up my allergy medicine and it seems to be helping a lot more already. We’ll see how much of a difference it makes in the next few days or if it is just a coincidence that I am feeling better.


I’ve struggled to find my place in the blogging community over the past few years. There have been times when I felt like I was a part of it all, like during last year’s NaBloPoMo challenge. But there are also times when I am reminded that I don’t write about the things that most of my online blogger friends write about. I’m not a mommy blogger or a beauty blogger or a fashion blogger. I’m not good at makeup or fashion or baking pies.

Actually, I’m not bad at baking pies, but that’s not what I do on a daily basis.

My whole life, I have felt like I am different from everyone else around me. I am weird. I am too old, too young, too much of a cynic, yet somehow overly sensitive and optimistic at times, and I often feel out of place in my surroundings. Despite my best efforts, I started to feel the same way about blogging. I was completely disconnected and felt like I wasn’t truly being heard.

So, when I first started my coding adventure, I was a bit hesitant to start blogging about it.

First off, I didn’t want to chase off the few people who have started following my blog because of the things I was typically writing about in the past. It was mostly lifestyle/entertainment/happiness-related, and I knew that this whole coding experience was going to be very different.

Secondly, time is our most precious, valuable resource. I didn’t want to waste it blogging every day if no one was ever going to read my posts or care. I had to think about what I wanted, what I hoped to achieve, by blogging. Popularity? Money? Respect?

It finally hit me. I’m not blogging to become famous or rich or make other people like me. I am blogging because it is a creative outlet, a way to express myself, and a way to voice my successes and failures. If there’s the chance that anything that I say might one day help someone, I am satisfied. I hope that someone will read about my journey and realize that they have it in themselves to follow the same path.

I am happy to admit that I’ve found a small blogging community of my own with other tech bloggers and I am starting to discover other people who post a lot of real-life content. So, I’m going to keep doing what I am doing. I am learning so much about myself in the process.

The better you know yourself, the better your relationship with the rest of the world. -Toni Collette


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