Find a larger but still specific goal and focus your learning topics around that. For example if you want to make progressive web apps, put more focus around learning things most important for that goal. So you'd tighten your focus to things like accessibility, browser compatibility, service workers, performance, brutalist styles, etc.
I'm not saying you'd only learn these things. My strategy is to get high-level understandings of anything good you can find. From there you judge if it's useful to your specific goals, and if it is that's when you start learning the nitty-gritty.
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