Last night was spent sprucing up the layout of this blog & fulfilling the selfish desire of wanting to try out the fixed header, body over interaction. Don’t miss the :hover fade-in bubble either!
Though, I can confidently say my CSS, especially CSS3, understanding is much, much stronger than 1 month ago. It was a lot of re-acquainting too.
Also, why can’t the day time be this serene? The main reason I like working through the night is because it is SILENT. No banging construction, no crying neighbor babies, no barrage of distractions. I’m going to miss being able to sustain these hours.

Last night was spent sprucing up the layout of this blog & fulfilling the selfish desire of wanting to try out the fixed header, body over interaction. Don’t miss the :hover fade-in bubble either!

Though, I can confidently say my CSS, especially CSS3, understanding is much, much stronger than 1 month ago. It was a lot of re-acquainting too.

Also, why can’t the day time be this serene? The main reason I like working through the night is because it is SILENT. No banging construction, no crying neighbor babies, no barrage of distractions. I’m going to miss being able to sustain these hours.

Post-grad life metaskill of 2011: Scaling.

One thing I’ve never paid much attention to while in school were milestones in school. They are neatly cut-off by semesters, tucked into smaller deliverables determined by weeks.

It was fairly easy to know when to pump it up and when to slack a little. For example, the strain of powering through finals is met with a period of complete relaxation at the end, without that, it’d be hard to sustain that level of intensity.

My first 3 months out of this, I realize how it is really up to you, yourself, to scale life. Whether it’s about work, side projects, outings, budget, whatever, it’s up to you to manage that metric.

It’s a freedom and a curse, and something I will aim to master consciously now and throughout 2012.

Just a quick thought and realization today while having instant ramen.