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Remember the good stuff

This is actually a very good idea that I wish I had thought of back in the day. Keeping track of all that you've done is great and helps keep you rooted of what you can actually do.

I was really surprised at the list of what I had achieved and new things I've had to learn about in the last 12 months. Definitely a confidence boost to remember how far I've come.

Writing blogs here gave me the same kind of lightbulb moment, just because I do x all day long and it seems obvious, doesn't mean everyone does.

I actually keep a sort of daily journal in a text file where I write down everything work related I did that day. Before going home I look through the list again and am often surprised that there's way more on it than I'd have probably remembered/considered important.

That's a great idea, making it a regular thing to reflect on all your good work makes such a difference

It really does help.

I think doing reports of what I have done written (spoken reports I'm too shy and I don't want to brag or something) to someone really keeps it at bay. I'm required to report twice a week and it doesn't only help me realize I make contributions but help me organize my time better and keeps me accountable.

I find it important to reflect on what I have learned. Someone else could say it wasn't much but that's not important and not the point of it.

The important part, and I think it helps, is that it's used more observationally than to judge or comment upon and it has really helped me grow into myself more and I'm thankful for it. :)

Maybe use „git log“ as reminder what you did? :)

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