re: What having a programmer burnout at age 21 feels like VIEW POST


First, I think everyone makes this mistake, I don't even like the word mistake, let's call it an experience. However, that only means that you are eager to learn new things and also, ambitious. That is everything but a reason to get mad or angry at yourself.
Second, it is a good thing to share your thoughts with people alike, that has proven me to be a good technique to get out from a rough patch, or situations like these.
Third, my suggestion is - spend the weekend somewhere outside the city - mountain, lake, anywhere without a WiFi and/or TV. Also, don't worry, since you had ideas, which you liked before, you will have plenty in the future from which you will gain a lot.

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