There is excitement, power, focus, and determination in starting something new. Which usually leads into what-ifs, “who am I to do this”, butterflies, and a tinge of fear. Whether that fear is failure or success, it creeps in. Deep down you know if you can push past that second wave of emotion, you have something valuable and worth it.
Well new friends, this site is the result of what happens when you are pushing through the second wave.
A year and half of mulling it over, scribbling notes, shoving ideas into Evernote, and deciding to go. Six weeks of prep.
The machines at Google, w3schools, and Stack Overflow have put my name on the “most likely to have dementia” list after searching for the same CSS styling over and over. I loved every second of it.
I have learned new code, googled at the speed of Dominic Torreto, and am about to push my comfort boundaries of public interaction.
Big or small, when was the last time you stretched yourself to make a significant and positive change in your life?
The worst thing that can happen is that you will learn. Not die… learn.
It’s springtime anyway. Everything should be growing, including us.