So, I had started with the intention of going deep into SEO as much as I can. I went through courses, I built a blog, I experiment with different keywords and tools of SEO, which led me to the nitty gritty details of web designing. I know this is way off track from what I wanted to do(SEO), but I stumbled upon the website forum.freecodecamp.org when I was studying about HTML and CSS, which was a turning point. Now I know I don't think this was the right thing to do, but I switched paths from SEO to WEB-DEV. Now I know it might take years to become good at various languages, but I'm ready to take it on. I took this switch because I thought this is a skill that isn't going anywhere in the future. I may or may not be able to build a business, but at least I'd have the skills to build my own website or help someone with the same. I built my blog with wordpress, and didn't feel satisfying. I felt like I should have more control over the source of the blog. So, I know it may not be the right thing to do, or the right reason to switch lanes, but I have started going deeper into WEBDEV. I'm also writing one post per week on my blog,while studying JS and CSS.
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