This was a very slow month for coding because of my Navy Reserve annual training. I'm finishing that up today and I haven't done much outside of that the past couple weeks. I'm posting this from my hotel room in Norfolk, VA before I head for to the airport.
I'll be getting back into things on Monday morning and March should be much more productive.
Projects I Worked On
Have a checklist of things to go over when helping friends and family members plan and build their sites.
Completed. After spending some time looking at what others were using, I decided I was wasting my time. I have no desire to be a freelancer, so it's not like this is something I'm going to use that often. It just didn't make sense for me to spend a lot of time working on it. I decided I'm going to use iTheme's 65 Questions to Ask During Your Next Freelance Client Meeting and be done with it.
Goals for The Month
I didn't get the picture taken to finish this up, but that's all I need and it will be done.
- PRT Tracker [WordPress Plugin].
This is to track my running, push-ups, and curl-ups for our Navy Reserve Physical Fitness Test (PFA). I started a plugin before and had the basic functionality working. I'm going to start over and make it work with Gutenberg. The plugin will feature a custom post type to collect workout information and progress reports based on my goals. This will be a little slow since I'm also going to need to learn about developing with Gutenberg.
- Aloha from Dad [Website].
I'm going to slowly continue working on transferring my old Household Discoveries site to Aloha from Dad. This will also involve creating a recipe custom post type.
Aloha, a hui hou (until we meet again)!