Check-ups, little embroidery and bujo’ing

It’s no fun when you have to convince people you’re actually sick and not a phony, especially when we chronically ill have little physical proof of it. Yesterday was my check up with the Federal government, where they would check if I am ‘sick enough’ to stay home and receive an income. Its the second time, since the previous one only contained a check for my migraine. I was in the middle of my fibromyalgia diagnosis, so it got no chance of being approved as a legal reason. I only hope that this time, I’ll get a pass. Money is no big deal to me, but I have no income whatsoever. If my doctors tell me I have the right to it, I know I deserve it.


But enough about boring money stuff, I got back on embroidery. As a break from the big table-cloth, I bought a square meter of blank fabric to draw patterns on. With some new stitching techniques I started on a new piece.



Its fun to get a break from a long-term project, so doing this went really fast and really well. Its mainly to try out the new fabric and threads, while doing something more creative.

It turned out pretty nice for a first go! I’d give myself a nice 7.


I wanted to go buy a book with all kinds of stitches in, but our local bookstore apparently is so hipster it only sells knitting books. So while I was at the store, I threw some money in the air and bought a bullet journal guide, together with brush pens and calligraphy pens. The guide has some really cool designs for monthly spreads, tracking ideas and creative lettering. More on my bullet journal is coming up in a later post!


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Thats all for now. Enjoy the weekend!

xoxo, Shayenne

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