I just wrote a whole long post on here but I clicked "write a post" instead of "save post" so there's that! Because I don't have the time to write the post again, I'll just make this brief.
Due to life I was having to put coding on the back burner but for the past 13 days I've been able to get back to it. I'm on my final project for the bootcamp I'm in, which is a React/Redux project with my custom Rails API. When I'm done I'll write a blog post explaining everything about it and hopefully will have it hosted for people to view. But in these 13 days I've felt like quitting and not moving forward because I was stuck on errors for 3 days straight, but then the other day I fixed them! All the amazing support on IG (I have a pubic one if anyone reading this wants to follow me it's amandathedevnyc) and on twitter telling me not to give up really helped me. So I write this for anyone who is thinking of quitting and thinking they aren't good at this - YOU CAN DO THIS! Keep going. Taking breaks have been the cure for almost all my errors. I hope to have this app finished by end of next week.
Signing off for now....
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