||I think the key to motivation is to make it fun, and I find it very fun and satisfying when I can lean back and sip a victory beer after finishing a project.
Good luck and hope you find your muse.
||I did not enjoy that, but I do love to code and I am almost entirely self-taught.
My best tip is to learn it very hands-on, start by actually programming.
||I think it boils down to this, if you are truly happy and satisfied where you are then stay there and keep up the good work.
||It usually has to do with me getting a strong craving for a particular genre, like I'm reading a sci-fi but suddenly get a strong urge for some fantasy or a particular series like Discworld.
||You'll enjoy lots of great coffee for sure.
||I like Famous Monsters best , since I'm more of a Graves fan than a Danzig fan.
||I really only want one grinder, but if the norm is to have two I'll have to make it work since I'm buying a potentially very expensive machine I want to be able to really make that Great coffee.
Also, I'm something of a coffee enthusiast so would love to do something with coffee and a Stout or a Porter.
||Makes great coffee and it's a very pretty way of serving it.
||I've built one in the past and it's great fun.
||So then it might be better to get a dedicated espresso grinder when it's time and get something like an Encore for the rest in the meantime.
How does the Encore handle french press?