Down to business: Work, Immigration, Health & Crafts || March 2021

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Hello everybody, welcome to a new monthly blog. This time we’ll be talking about the month of March 2021. As you could’ve gathered from my recent posts, February was a really active month for going out around Wellington for me. This month though, was a more “down to business” month, I had a lot of work so I didn’t have as much time or energy to wander around but I still had the chance to attend to one event in the Hutt Valley: Latino Market Lower Hutt

I also continued my sewing class and got back to doing some embroidery too. A part from this though, I had to put most of my energy and time to solving medical and immigration issues that came up. If you’d like to know more about this keep reading!

Travel New Zealand

Latin Market

Arts & Crafts

Sewing

Sewing Class 3: Short Pattern

Sewing Class 4: Short Sewing
Sewing Class 5: Making Big Pants Smaller

The first class we had I almost forgot we had a class at all. I didn’t have a project or fabric ready for the class so I decided to take some pants I’ve been meaning to fix to try it out.

It was the first time I ever fixed any clothes to make them my size. In this case, I made the pants smaller to fit me. I did most of the leg work in class and then finish off the waist band at home.

Sewing Class 6: Fixing Pants Figure

Embroidery

Life & Health

Hand & Physiotherapy

ADHD & Mental Health

Immigration

I shared with you in recent posts that my partnership visa extension got accepted but I didn’t mention that at the same time I applied for the extension I also applied for a Residency Visa! Well, it turns out I’m really closed to being approved. Only one document got me stuck and I might do a separate post about this but I had to deal with the recollection of different documents to process this one document that I had missing. Once I have news regarding this I’ll be sharing in a new post!

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