Author: Daenelia

I am Daenelia and I love to draw. I've started this website to share some of my creations with you. I draw all of my work digitally using a Wacom Intuos tablet, which is a handy and quick way of bringing my ideas to life.
Drawn into Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Drawn into Animal Crossing: New Horizons

I never did a post about games, did I? And here I am, totally hooked on the perfect game for this time: Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Both of us love playing video games and board games. My guy may have a different preference, but mostly we can play a lot of the same games. Animal Crossing is one of those games we play together. It’s cute, simple and yet challenging in a way. The ultimate collecting game, a chance for limited design and oh, the cutest creatures! Let me show you.

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Week plan free download

Week plan free download

In addition to the free day plan sheet and the vacation sheets, I now have 2 more freebies to download: plan your week with these free printable week planner sheets. It helps to write down what your plans are for the week or the day. Split your project into tasks and get more done that you thought possible!

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Stay focused and get things done

Stay focused and get things done

There is nothing that I like better than to get totally lost in something I am doing. Reading a book, drawing, and especially writing. I love the feeling of being in a flow and getting through something without being aware of the time passing. I understand now that that is something other people call ‘focus’. It can be hard finding and maintaining that focus, or flow. I don’t have to tell you that these days there are many distractions that seem important, but really aren’t. How do I do it?

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The cat who needed cats

The cat who needed cats

After we adopted our first cat, Em, we assumed we would stay a single-cat family. After all, Em had been classified by the animal shelter as a loner cat: she did not get along with other cats. But she changed when she started to trust us. Or rather: when she started to trust me, because she was already devoted to my guy. She enjoyed her life with us, but I felt like she was, well: lonely. We took a chance and decided to find her a friend. Continue reading “The cat who needed cats”