Past Week Summary
At first this felt like I was punched in the gut, however, I grounded myself and took a step back. Then, I slowly worked and looked up what I needed so I could get somewhere on my goals for the week.
With that said, let’s go over what I thought I could get done last week:
Last Week’s Goals
- Start working with Figma
- To-Do List (doMore)
- Hamburger Menu on Portfolio Site
- Dark Theme toggle on Portfolio Site
Suffice it to say I did not get all of this done. I had 2 bad days last week that I did not get much done and was just in a weird place mentally. That's okay as it happens to all of us. Here’s what I did get done!
- Started working with Figma ☑
- To-Do List (doMore) - in progress ☑
- Hamburger Menu on Portfolio Site - researched how best to complete but no code has been written
- Dark Theme toggle on Portfolio Site - researched how best to complete but no code has been written
That’s all I was able to accomplish this week. Am I upset with it? Eh, not really - I was a bit at first on Tuesday but that’s okay.
I also did some research on creating a new resume as I am changing careers and had a feeling that a resume for that would be more involved - sure enough I was correct!
Speaking about next week, what is on tap for me you ask?
This Week’s Goals 7/29/19 - 8/4/19
- Finish doMore
- Continue learning Figma
- Create a new resume
- Go over creating a mobile menu with my mentor
- Implement a hamburger menu on my website
- Attend my first meetup
- Continue doing 1 part of the JS 30 Challenge each day
- Write 2 blogs - Monday and Wednesday releases
A bonus for me would be to start working on the dark theme toggle, however, that may have to wait.
So I’ve got a busy week planned, on top of normal life of course which I always want to remind you is okay to have. I always encourage taking a break, avoiding burnout, and enjoying yourself!
What do you have planned this week? I want to know what it is both in and out of coding.
As usual, feel free to comment down below or you can always reach out to me on Twitter.
Top comments (2)
Love this post. Enjoy your meetup!
I'm really looking forward to it and will of course be writing about it