In my last piece of this 100 Days of React series, I talked about the change of events I am going to face from next week. My sophomore year at UET is starting, and as it begins, I will have less and less time to write. To make things work, I devised a scheme according to which I will write only on Fridays and Sundays.
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I have not been writing for a couple of days. More than a couple. The thing is I have been so indulged in some things that I couldn’t find the time to blog about my progress in React. My sophomore year is starting next week. And as it begins, I know this for the fact that I won’t be able to keep writing. That is why I have decided that after this blog, I will write again on Sunday, and then after five days interval — Friday. And then again on Sunday. This is how I will keep writing when my university starts. ✨
For the last couple of days, I didn’t write any blogs. It was because I was doing the same thing daily — forms. So I thought, I should take a break from blogging and finish the forms first because there was no point in writing about the same stuff daily. It is still unfinished. But writing today’s piece is important as it has now been 30 days since I started this React initiative. 🥂
Day 26 and 27. I didn’t do much yesterday. Just was able to touch forms. But today, I covered a lot. There is still some grey area to which I will deal with tomorrow. I also needed to wind up my work early today because I need to ensure my presence at an important meeting. So without any further ado, let’s get started!
Day 24 and 25. Another two days full of ReactJS. In my opinion, the 100 days initiative can be one of the best ways to learn if you remain honest with it. And since, I am trying to stay upright; I am learning something new, every single day. 🥂
Day 23 folks!! Seven more days and I am looking at a successful working month. To be honest. I never thought I was capable of sticking to something for so long. But proving myself wrong is the best feeling I have experienced. The lesson here is folks: before defining what your limits are, you got to test them first.
So it’s 9:33 PM here in Lahore right now, and I have started writing another blog on my React initiative. I am planning to keep this blog short. Because I know I don’t have much stuff to write about currently. You see, I mentioned something in one of my earlier blogs that I broke my glasses. And because of it, I couldn’t do anything. I thought the story was over there, but it wasn’t.
Yeay!! Two weeks have gone since I started this initiative. I can proudly say that I have worked almost daily for learning React. It has been a great adventure. And now I am wondering maybe 100 days is a bit too much. I believe I can learn this JS library in 50 days as I have covered half of my course in just 15 days. Let’s see if I decide to do this. 😉
I undertook 100 Days of React initiative because I thought it would be a great way to learn something new with consistency. I started blogging about it to keep track of my progress and most importantly, to hold myself accountable. Twelve days are gone, and I have learned a whole lot of new stuff. So, it is safe to say that my plan’s working. 😎