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Nick Benhoff
Nick Benhoff
1,053 Points

Any advice on keeping up on the lessons every day? How long do most students study on Treehouse every day?

Just having some roadblock on working on my front end web development track everyday.

Erik Robles
Erik Robles
Courses Plus Student 10,635 Points

Well, for me, I spend anywhere from 2-5 hours per day along with my regular job. I don't really have the time, I just make the time (wherever and whenever I can).

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Jon Myzzle
Jon Myzzle
6,279 Points

Hey there Nick,

I personally make sure to spend a few hours on treehouse a day. I spend quite a bit of time on the community forums answering as many questions as I can because it really does help apply what the videos are teaching! When im not on the forums, I watch the lesson videos! And its different for everybody, but I enjoy learning about coding in my free time so i'm ALWAYS browsing the internet looking for answers to any questions I have! If you havent already,

Treehouse Show Check out this video and you might find some additional answers on the posts featured here!

My advice would be to find you sweet spot. Even if that means you only watch 30 minutes of videos, thats great! Some learning is better than none at all and the neat thing about treehouse is that it can be done entirely at your own pace! If you find yourself hitting that roadblock, take a break, go for a walk, watch some TV or eat a snack!

I hope this helps out,

Cheers and Happy Coding!! :beers:

-Jon

Tony Gutierrez
Tony Gutierrez
1,732 Points

I heard a good idea is to code 30 minutes in the morning and 30 minutes in the evening. If I can I code longer but that's my schedule when I don't have much time.