For me as a beginner, those words are like a magnet. So I chose it right away. It is very much enough to get me started.
The very first thing that I did with vuejs is to create a Todo application. I found a step-by-step video tutorial of it on youtube:Academind. It was very fun. I didn't imagine that coding with frontend would be very fun and easy. But to be honest, with that video tutorial (<1 hour), with so many magics and all and I was clueless how vue did all of that, I didn't learn much, but my takeaway is I got to experience the awesomeness of Vue.
Since I was really hyped, I just continued my studying and experimenting. I started from the start. Code scripts on jsfiddle, learned about the directives, dom interactions, list rendering, and conditions. After I learned all the basics, I created a simple CRUD application called ideya, a repository of my ideas. My blog also have bits of vuejs in it.
I was really proud of myself after I finished this simple project. But I'm not still satisfied with my skills in Vue. As I am skimming through the documentations, I read about the vue-cli, webpack, components, and many more. I'm not stopping here. There are still lots of exciting things I have yet to explore in this framework.