I've had moments where I've started to feel better (and I really am doing a lot better overall). I just haven't been able to fully shake this bug which is making me dizzy, achy, nauseous, tired...
Although I didn't get to accomplish what I wanted to this month, I decided to be positive and focus on the unique things I did accomplish this month - things I probably wouldn't have accomplished if I'd been healthier and busier.
I'd never heard of Code.org before, but I'm a huge fan of it now! It's a free website that teaches elementary-high school students computer code.
I went through all of the lessons online (about 15 hours?), and thoroughly enjoyed it. It has videos by Bill Gates, Marc Zuckerberg, President Obama, and many more big names, all encouraging kids to learn more about computer programming. It uses characters like Ana and Elsa, Angry Birds, Plants vs Zombies, and more to motivate kids to learn. Your job is to program the characters to complete certain tasks.
Here's a short video about Code.org if you're interested in learning more:
My aunt refurbishes old furniture, and she has been asked to put together an online portfolio/website. I experimented with Blogger, Squarespace, and then ended up back using Weebly, which seems to be my favourite.
I've been debating making changes to my blog after learning about all the other options. So stay tuned for future changes!
Here is one of my drafts:
I've been working on some projects for a friend, and one of the things I had to do was design a few simple graphics.
It turned out that I was completely clueless about how to draw simple things, despite knowing the basics of photoshop about 10 years ago.
After many hours of tutorial videos and trial and error, I reached my desired outcome.
Here is an example of one of the images I made: