Same as myself, I wanted to try the Month and then go for annual, and glad I did it that way.
I just googled the best ways to learn python and you’ll be surprised by what you find.
There is no easy root of course, as it’s very challenging as we all can guess, but I keep seeing the same thing repeated, don’t waste to much time on building basic syntax knowledge and head into basic projects of your design.
This is an intense learning style, which I can guess will be really frustrating due to the amount of troubleshooting, but the rewards are far bigger. I tend to agree with it, that making my own projects would be far more fascinating than learning syntax by rote.
The other thing I keep seeing is that you need to find your mojo, your motivation, without that you will probably fail.
Check this article below.
I believe I will try Udemy or Learn Python the hard way instead.
Udemy have offers on Python at the moment with data visualisation as well for unlimited access for less than the cost of just one month access to codecademy