Repetitive Stress Injury Prevention for Computer and Tech workers Try these stretches to relieve pain and tension in you upper body! These movements are great for carpal tunnel, arthritis, tennis elbow, and general pain and stiffness caused by computer use.
4 Minute Eye Break: Yoga for Computer Eye Strain Does anyone else find their eyes feeling achy after too much screen time (leisure and work-related)? Try this relaxing eye refresher! These eye exercises are great for those who spend a lot of time on their phones or computers.
These movements will also help strengthen your eyes while also giving them a moment to rest with calming sensory input. I hope this helps 👁💙
A Full Stack Web Development Journey Documented Through the 100daysofcode Challenge
Welcome to part 3 of my journey through learning full stack web development!
Part 1 of this series which details my first 2 months of learning how to code can be found in this article
Part 2 of this series which details the middle 3-4 months can be found in this article
Note: This blog post will also contain excerpts from my personal code journal which I started using with more frequency around June of 2022.
Part 1 of this series which details my first 2 months of learning how to code can be found here
My web development journey began mid last year as I struggled to figure out how to make a yoga application with stretches for my online yoga therapy business. On my quest to learn more about what was needed, I went down the rabbit hole of tutorial hell. I floundered around through UI/UX, digital accessibility, and computer science courses as I worked full-time as a therapist.
I watched Udemy course after Udemy course, perused LinkedIn learning, and of course the great Coursera.
I have a confession. Though I am getting better, I sometimes find navigating my terminal pretty tricky. I had not used it before this year with any frequency and largely ignored the fact that it existed.
Recently, I decided to challenge myself and use the terminal to practice using GitHub. I’d been using GitHub desktop for my coding projects which made it pretty easy to push code to the remote repository with a few clicks.