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Living in an RV : Day 10

I've lived in my RV for 10 days now. I have only gone back to the condo to get clothes, and to sleep one night (basically I picked a loud parking spot that was 10 feet from the condo and it was 5am so I just went inside instead of driving to a quiet spot). A lot of things have panned out as expected, but there have also been some big surprises.

I could go on and on, but you probably get the idea. I totally love living in this RV. It's a great feeling to drive over to my mom's house and have her say "Oh, you didn't happen to bring those tickets, did you?" and to just be able to walk into my house and get them.

My parents are really into the RV thing, which is funny. They're always a bit skeptical about my schemes. My dad helped me take out the CRT TV and the Microwave which I replaced with a flat panel and a flash bake oven. My mom made me nice curtains. I'm trying hard to resist the urge to totally trick out the RV. The carpet smells a bit musty so I might put in granite tile or bamboo floors. I think that would be neat.

Day 11: There was a lot of silence.

On from zero to hero

I made it.

I've finished the codecademy JavaScript course. What else - I went with the punch and made the jQuery course too.I spent on them about seven hours on Saturday and Sunday, but it was worth it.

And that was the reason why I hadn't written lately. It is the best strategy - find a whole block of time in a week and don't cut it into pieces. Simply focus on a task, make a lot of tea and play with the code.

Of course it is! But for me - due to my life duties - it's impossible. I need to find half an hour everyday just for some exercises. Otherwise I'll forget everything what I've learn. Continuity and practicing are the most important things when you're learning new stuff.

This weekend was just a exception - surprisly I've found some free time, that's all. Usually I'm quite busy.

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