const greeting = prompt("What's good world!?");
Excuse me for the tardiness in posting the excitement of being accepted into the 2020 cohort, but my mind and schedule has been in a constant flurry of trying to catch up to the immense amount of demands of my time, attention and mental fortitude that are required to be a just barely satisfactory participant in this program.
(Can you believe, there are already bootcamp veterans and ES6 coding wizzes complaining about being "bored of vanilla JS" while I'm thinking "although I want chocolate chip cookie dough, I need this VANILLA... and it needs to go a whole lot slower!.. haha)
Here are my goals for this week that I'd like some insight on:
- Classes are in the evenings from 5:30pm - 9:30pm, but sometimes I'll stay up past midnight working on assignments. I'm torn between staying up late or tabling the work for the next day.
- Preferably between 5:00 - 6:00 AM
- That doesn't exceed 2 hours
- I'm overwhelmed with so many links and resources that classmates share, and what I find on the internet that don't know what to stick with-- I just need one or two solid foundational recommendations.
- I realize I have to start blocking off time on my Google calendar for various studying, assignments, tutors, etc..
I figure I'd start with these, and journal about what works and what doesn't.
I'm curious to know from the dev community, especially those who've completed bootcamps,
"What daily routines did you find to be successful to manage your time, get work done, and still have a little free time to enjoy for friends, family, hobbies?"
Until we meet again...