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Expose yourself to… Self-mockery!

The source of creativity and positivity I would like to share with you today is comics on everyday life.

By ridiculing very common, but sometimes depressing, situations, those comics are not just funny, they also make you feel like you are not alone and that’s a precious gift!

Just one page of simple drawings sometimes feels like a thousand invigorating words.

Among my favourite cartoonists:

1. Sarah’s Scribbles 

Andersen’s webcomics focused on social anxiety, body image, relationships and adulthood challenges and are based on her experiences as a Millennial. It’s frank and simply hilarious. You will love it if, as Sarah (and I!), you feel ill-equipped for grown-up life.




You can find Sarah Andersen comics on her website or on instagram. A print collection of her comics is also available: Adulthood is a Myth and Big Mushy Happy Lump 

2. Catana Comics

This happy little couple from New York shares their love for each other with everyone and we love it! Catana Comics are full of silliness and positivity!



Discover more Catana Comics on her website or on instagram.

3. Cassandra Calin 

Last but not least: Cassandra Calin. If you’re a woman, you will certainly recognise yourself in her very funny comics. Make sure you check her beautiful illustrations as well!

You can see more of her work on her website and instagram.


Inspired by them and my everyday life, I had a go at it myself.. I hope you will enjoy the result as much as I enjoyed working on those comics!


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