Some time ago I started doing my own injections. The weekly trip to the doctor’s office did cost me too much energy, plus, I needed a bit more than just once per week. I asked about self-injection and they explained to me how it worked and immediately let me do it. After a few tries there, they gave me everything I needed to do the shots at home. I’ve had a few moments, in which I felt pretty light-headed and mostly thought ‘Why did I want to do this!’, however, mostly it goes pretty good. I feel proud of myself, I have conquered my fear of needles.
geekery, drawing and then some
I went and created myself a shop on spreadshirt (both the .com and the .net version, the first one going to a US version of it and the second one to a European (german) version, with minor differences between the two).
I also went a little nuts with my little robot-drawing. I put him on nearly everything I could find. So far, I’ve only added him to the US shop due to limitations (only allowed to upload 3 vectordesigns). I’ll have to see how this shop-thing works out, but I do plan on adding him to the eur-shop, cause I want him on my shirt!
And there I did it. I switched from Movable Type to Wordpress to manage my site.
It actually went really smooth and I actually like Wordpress so far. No unnecessary complications. Movable Type started acting up on me, not letting me edit post titles. I upgraded and then it wouldn’t let me edit post entries anymore. Or post anything new… So I decided to give Wordpress a shot. So far, I like it. :)