Entering into the realm of Arch linux.
Previously I was using PopOS a debian based distribution mainly Ubuntu. It felt pretty bloated with the given gnome desktop environment. I was searching for something else customizable, practical and minimal.
When I went on reddit find about r/unixporn where I found about lots of custom setups based on arch, nix, gentoo and manjaro. Its beautiful, how you can change each and everything on your OS.
I got inspired and installed Manjaro linux on as a daily driver specfically Manjaro i3 editon. The best and challengin part is that it does not have a normal desktop environment it has i3 a window manager which gives a powerful keyboard navigation and not the use of mouse. Its pretty hard to get used to but makes the workflow much faster and efficient. So I'm switching to it and will keep learning. And also from last month I switched from Vscode to Vim(Neovim) its been amazing learning experience I was amazed by the speed of it and with tmux its just great. The whole concept of ditching the mouse and using only keyboard for navigation is seems fishy at first but when you get used to it there is no going back.