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- tough stuff
- mental health
- web accessibility
- Intros I Wish I Had
- Design Pattern Fairy Tales
As I turn 28, I reflect and see I should start taking more risks and failing more so I can improve more.
A schooltime crush let me see early how fighting despair is always better than giving up to it.
The State of CSS Survey recommends those who take it learn more about what they aren't familiar with. Challenge accepted.
A recent essay reminded me how the anxieties that pushed me to become a better developer are often drowning me instead.
I'm broadly familiar with the current accessibility standards. But when I took some time to read them in detail, I learned some unexpected lessons.
A casual recap of things I enjoyed, didn't enjoy, and really didn't enjoy in a cabin in the woods.
A few useful CSS functions for value ranges have been well-supported for a while, and I finally found them.
All the time, but especially during a quarantine, it's okay to not be super amazing awesome.
Sometimes the only way to remember lessons in blog posts is to email them to myself.
Life is full of distractions that threaten our sense of identity, especially in quarantine. Keeping our identities it means learning to embrace quiet and solitude.
Sheltering in place made me realize how much I miss many people in my life. One of them a woman whose unyielding personality helps fuel her selfless work in a soup kitchen.
A man leaving a car in the middle of the road to greet someone reminded me how to handle a stressful cognitive bias.
Working on my personal site has helped keep me sane in quarantine. This includes a long-overdue style update for my site's code snippets to make them sleeker and clearer.