I got a whole week in. I was posting updates and making sure to get my tasks complete...and then the holidays hit and my schedule is all different and I miss one...two... and now it's been 5 days that I haven't done any of my tasks. I'm the only one holding me accountable.
I find it easy when I'm sitting at work during a lull, to pop over to my FCC or open VS Code and just start working, but when at home, I have plenty of time, it just doesn't fit in to the "things I do at home" category yet.
My current problem, and one I frequently face when doing front-end challenges, is that I'm not really a creative designer type. So now I'm on the FCC HTML/CSS challenge to build a tribute page and I just don't care enough to make it look good. I can follow the points to meet the requirements fine enough....
So 2 obstacles present themselves, lack of scheduled time, lack of commitment to the actual building of pages from a creative standpoint.
What do you do to insure that you stay on top of your goals, in my case 100 days of code, through different schedules?
Do you have any tips for how to push through the tasks when you don't care about them?