Moon Battles & Pet Projects

Moon Battles & Pet Projects

Hello readers! I am still alive. Although, barely. The husband just started working graveyard shifts, so because my schedule is currently flexible (remote office work and web dev jobs), I decided to switch, too. Having traveled so much in my life, I assumed it...
Grant Rant

Grant Rant

Web Development I won a Flatiron School – Web Developer Program scholarship! Well, “a” scholarship, though not “the” one I wanted, the full ride. But I am 1 out of 20 chosen, out of 200+ who applied, so that’s good right? It’s...
Life in San Antonio

Life in San Antonio

So as most of you know, my husband and I recently moved to San Antonio. People always ask how I like it, so I thought I’d answer! It’s a lot different than I thought it would be. I’ve lived for short periods in both Dallas and Austin (LOVE Austin),...
Throwback Thursday: Tyro Teen

Throwback Thursday: Tyro Teen

It’s Throwback Thursday! Starting today. So, I thought I’d share some of graphic designs I did when I first got into multimedia art at age 15, specifically Photoshop art. It’s terrible now but I thought it was awesome back then, over ten years ago!  ...
Obsessions Over Web Dev and a Sailor

Obsessions Over Web Dev and a Sailor

I’d like to indulge in a slightly more personal post today. Yesterday was Valentine’s Day, so I’m feeling kind of mushy! My husband is the most incredible man in the world. I could go on forever, and anyone who really knows him and even just a few of...
Web Dev Journey Outset

Web Dev Journey Outset

I feel like I’m just starting my journey in becoming a hirable web developer (in reality I have some background) but it already feels overwhelming! There’s just…so much to learn. The saying, “The more you know, the more you know there is to...
My First Web Development Interview!

My First Web Development Interview!

Yesterday I had my first interview for a front end web development position! Did I get the job? No. Am I upset? No. First of all, I clearly did not meet all of the position requirements. But I never lied on my resume, and when a company I’d give a limb to work...