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  • “You’ve come a long way baby” Weekly Review: Jan 27 – Feb 2, 2019

    “You’ve come a long way baby” Weekly Review: Jan 27 – Feb 2, 2019

    It’s been well over a month since my last journal entry. Something that I’ve been neglecting is hearing, listening and actually heeding what my gut tells me after a pretty fucking tough 2018. The...

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  • Managing Energy

    I’ve been questioning how I approach my work and how I handle anxiety levels. Yes, stress is the norm, but it should be harnessed to help focus and prioritize where we should devote our energy in...

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  • vulnerability and asking for help

    I used to think that vulnerability was admitting I was weak. That I wasn’t good enough. That I was incompetent and all the other insecurities I held with me that clung onto me so tightly as I aged...

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  • Excuse Tracker. No Excuses.

    Excuse Tracker. No Excuses.

    I’ve been making a fuck ton of excuses as of late, which I admitted on Facebook and stirred a good amount of discussion. I may be borderline depressed I think, but I think I can salvage this...

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  • Chipping away

    I feel as if I’ve been cocooned and in a defensive mode, one that is rooted in self preservation. Whether energy or time, I’d take it for myself, greedily and do nothing other than frittering it...

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  • Everything you need to know on how repair your Xiaomi M365 all in one place

    Everything you need to know on how repair your Xiaomi M365 all in one place

      As an owner of a Xiaomi M365 Mijia Electric scooter and struggling with finding some solid and comprehensive repair resources for it, I finally hit the mother lode! Naturally, it’s from none...

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  • The Unofficial Nanoleaf Setup Guide (AKA My love letter to Nanoleaf) 😍

    The Unofficial Nanoleaf Setup Guide (AKA My love letter to Nanoleaf) 😍

    I wrote this after a good amount of friends and acquaintances reaching out to me to ask about Nanoleaf’s groundbreaking Aurora smart lighting product. This is to help friends and probably many...

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  • Year In Review 2016

    Year In Review 2016

    *WHOOOOOSH! KRAKOW!* ⚡️ If I was to make a sound effect for what 2016 sounds like, that would be it. While the first third of 2016 was intense as I was enrolled in Lighthouse Labs and heads down...

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  • Protected: Borderline

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  • 2 Fast, 2 Furious: A Much Needed Rest for the 2nd Time Around

    2 Fast, 2 Furious: A Much Needed Rest for the 2nd Time Around

    The last 3 weeks at Lighthouse Labs have been nothing but challenging and amazing. I hate it sometimes because the curriculum will knock you down and won’t relent if you don’t prepare. But I love...

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  • Lighthouse Labs 2 weeks in – 25% down and 6 weeks to go

    Lighthouse Labs 2 weeks in – 25% down and 6 weeks to go

    A few people close to me have been wondering what Lighthouse Labs’ iOS Immersive Bootcamp has been like so far. I’ve been meaning to write about it on a week to week basis, but one week into the...

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  • 2015 Year In Review

    2015 Year In Review

    Summing up my year has been relatively easy because of going through an epic deep New Year’s workshop deep dive led by my friends UJ and Negin (thank you!!). While I normally do it in solitude, it...

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  • Navigation Controllers

    I’ve been struggling with the Treehouse Objective-C iOS track. I don’t know what it is about the course so far, but I’m trying to deal with it the best way possible. I feel a bit of stress...

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  • Day 43: Revisiting Foundations

    Day 43: Revisiting Foundations

    Not much to write about or anything earth shattering. Today I’m not going to share code because while going through C Programming – The Absolute Beginner’s Guide – it goes through the basics in a...

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  • Day 40: Getting cozy with loops and C

    Day 40: Getting cozy with loops and C

    So you might have noticed a big jump in terms of the days.  I decided to take into account the passage of time since my last real update before a bit of a setback. If I was to be honest with...

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  • Switching from Swift to Objective-C. A short hiatus, but still here

    Switching from Swift to Objective-C. A short hiatus, but still here

    So it’s been a while since my last real post. Some stuff happened, but I’ve slowly been able to get back to my normal’ish self. Not the deadly laser focus as before, but this time it’s more of a...

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  • Caught in the undertow

    Caught in the undertow

    So without having to go into any detail. A bomb was dropped in my life that ripped apart my personal life. I’m in a much better headspace now than I was last week and on a path to healing and in a...

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  • Day 15: No Sleep + UISwitch Fun

    Day 15: No Sleep + UISwitch Fun

    Had an amazing morning with Morning Reset by Camp Reset and dancing my butt off from 7:30 to 9:30 am after practically getting zero hours of sleep due to some personal stuff swirling through my...

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  • Day 14: Kind of back on track and yet another tip calculator app…

    Day 14: Kind of back on track and yet another tip calculator app…

    So this past weekend was a bit worrisome in terms of keeping up with the challenge. Without getting into the details, there was some personal stuff that I had to deal with that kind of knocked the...

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  • Day 13: Lucky number 13.. not really an app but more an update

    Day 13: Lucky number 13.. not really an app but more an update

    So today was a bit of a slog because I had to get some stuff back for a review I was writing for Staples. You can check out my latest review over at Staples Tech Hub. After that I met up with some...

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