I try to incorporate CLI commands into my daily workflow to better learn them. I've tried the seemingly popular solution of the forced shutdown of the Finder in the Apple menu, but it's not very difficult to restart it by simply clicking on the trash or on a desktop folder. I do not know how the Finder handles macOS operations, but is there a way to disable it that makes restarting more difficult?
System: MacBook Air (13-inch, early 2014), running MacOS Mohave 10.14.4
Although I can decide not to use Finder by religion, I have noticed that making things harder to achieve is the surest way to limit the muscle memory that has developed over time, just as the The best way to start learning difficult things is to reduce friction and make them more accessible.
I want to make the command line my only way to move, and if there is a way to force it without too much damage, I'd be happy to try it 🙂