First I made **100 daily video blogs in 100 days** to share what I’m learning – both about myself and about the world – as an experiment to fight my fears, gain self-acceptance, and channel my curiosity!

Now I’m experimenting with a daily blog post (sometimes with videos, images and other media) to document what I’m learning. These notes are the raw material from which I build my understanding:

April 17, 2017 » Daily Learning Notes for April 17, 2017
April 13, 2017 » Daily Learning Notes for April 13, 2017
April 12, 2017 » Daily Learning Notes for April 12, 2017
April 11, 2017 » Daily Learning Notes for April 11, 2017
April 10, 2017 » Daily Learning Notes for April 10, 2017
February 07, 2016 » Daily Learning Notes for February 7, 2016
January 08, 2016 » My last daily video blog! (Daily Learning Vlog #100)
January 07, 2016 » Being confused is fun and good for learning! (Daily Learning Vlog #99)
January 06, 2016 » Playing with truth tables and Boolean algebra (Daily Learning Vlog #98)
January 05, 2016 » Checking my understanding (Daily Learning Vlog #97)
January 04, 2016 » Thoughts on my programming workshops (Daily Learning Vlog #96)
January 03, 2016 » 2016 Week 1 Self-therapy vlog (Daily Learning Vlog #95)
January 02, 2016 » First look at NAND2Tetris hardware simulator (Daily Learning Vlog #94)
January 01, 2016 » Starting my computer science year: NAND2Tetris and my history with programming (Vlog #93)
December 31, 2015 » Reflecting on math month and my life in 2015 (Math Immersion Month Day 31)
December 30, 2015 » Interview with mathematician Niles Johnson (Math Immersion Month Day 30)
December 29, 2015 » More progress, but more fear (Math Immersion Month Day 29)
December 28, 2015 » Math books, peace and quiet (Math Immersion Month Day 28)
December 27, 2015 » Dad and I laughing over New Math (Math Immersion Month Day 27)
December 26, 2015 » A moment with my dad and the Pythagorean theorem (Math Immersion Month Day 26)
December 25, 2015 » Christmas morning math and silliness (Math Immersion Month Day 25)
December 24, 2015 » Tipsy interview with Tony, my mathematician friend (Math Immersion Month Day 24)
December 23, 2015 » Dad teaches me how to subtract (Math Immersion Month Day 23)
December 22, 2015 » Interviews, achievements, and math year? (Math Immersion Month Day 22)
December 21, 2015 » Christmas makes me sad and non-mathy (Math Immersion Month Day 21)
December 20, 2015 » Book optimization (Math Immersion Month Day 20)
December 19, 2015 » Laughing about subtraction (Math Immersion Month Day 19)
December 18, 2015 » A little progress and too many ideas! (Math Immersion Month Day 18)
December 17, 2015 » My math anxiety antidote: Turning negatives into positives (Math Immersion Month Day 17)
December 16, 2015 » Sleepy math after a busy day (Math Immersion Month Day 16)
December 15, 2015 » My first day as a math tutor (Math Immersion Month Day 15)
December 14, 2015 » On math myths and my life goals (Math Immersion Month Day 14)
December 13, 2015 » Solving the Borromean hairpins puzzle (Math Immersion Month Day 13)
December 12, 2015 » A minute of practice (Math Immersion Month Day 12)
December 11, 2015 » Mathematician/artist Henry Segerman: Interview highlights (Math Immersion Month Day 11)
December 10, 2015 » Topology and donuts (Math Immersion Month Day 10)
December 09, 2015 » Borromean rings, braids, onions, and a 3D-printed puzzle (Math Immersion Month Day 9)
December 08, 2015 » My mathy interview with Alex, a random cool dude! (Math Immersion Month Day 8)
December 07, 2015 » Facing a wall of questions (Math Immersion Month Day 7)
December 06, 2015 » Fun with new addition algorithms (Math Immersion Month Day 6)
December 05, 2015 » Math books in bed, more practice, and a little code (Math Immersion Month Day 5)
December 04, 2015 » Practice, confidence, and questions (Math Immersion Month Day 4)
December 03, 2015 » My first arithmetic test as an adult! (Math Immersion Month Day 3)
December 02, 2015 » My plan to kill the "math person" myth (Math Immersion Month Day 2)
December 01, 2015 » Math Immersion Month Day 1: My family on learning to love math
And you can see all of my previous daily video experiments from October and November 2015 **in this Google+ collection**. (I hope to add them to my website in the near future. Sorry for the laziness!)