This year which is ending taught me a couple of life lessons. Continue reading “7 Lessons of 2017”
I know that I am getting better at graphic design and illustration and other things. I can compare what I did a year ago and what I did yesterday and see improvements. But still I am frustrated.
Those dreaded, awful, crappy, abhorrent routines which everyone on the planet Earth and nearby space hates. Actually they help me to stay sane and I miss them when chaos arrives. Continue reading “Routines”
A year ago I started a new job which is something I couldn’t imagine doing two years ago when I wanted to be a freelancer. It’s time to reflect on my last twelve months and start planning next twelve. Continue reading “What’s next? (2017 edition)”
This is a completely non-technical post. If you are like me you strive to be better than you were the days before. Sometimes you ignore your body when it’s telling you to slow down or change pace. Stop, you have only one body. It’s 2017, not 2030 and this isn’t Ghost In The Shell universe1. Continue reading “PSA: Self-care is important”
- Please, ignore GitS with Scarlett Johansson ↩
Building a momentum is a thing which I heard way too often and as I grow older I struggle with it more and more. Because what if you try again and again and nothing happens? What if not all of us are predisposed to be marathoners?
Writing is hard. Writing is hard when you have to do a lot of research and writing is also hard when you want to write about your own experiences. Why did I thought that it’ll be easy to write Friday’s post which I didn’t finish yet? Continue reading “Underestimating the topic”
For today’s post I had problems finding a topic which I could execute. Not that I don’t have enough topics on my list of topics. There are more than plenty of them there. But life comes and messes things up. Continue reading “Topic problems”
Almost a decade ago when I was getting into real-er programming, read Java, I thought that the best practices how to write code are overrated. I could understand my very long functions. I had no reason why to comment because a lot of my code didn’t last long. Continue reading “Getting wiser, dev-wise”
Games are bane of my ADD/ASD existence. I love them and hate them at the same time because my brain uses them to run away and sometimes forces me to fall into an addiction-like states. Fortunately there are also good games which force you to practice CSS. Continue reading “CSS learning games”