Reflections on Learning to Code

So far I've touched on learning some javaScript, Ruby, Ruby on Rails. I've also reaquainted myself with HTML and CSS. It gets overwhelming, but the only thing that seems to keep me from going 'all in' is the sense of a lack of time... If I keep going at it, even if it's just a little a day, I really learn all of it. I'm so lucky to have a supportive husband to cheer me on, and that we have the resources for me to spend on learning, while kids are in school/daycare.

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