I Illustrate My Everyday Problems As A Woman In Funny And Relatable Comics (New Pics)

I started this account a few years ago as some kind of comic-diary. Soon after, many people apparently related to my work and I now have a huge and awesome community. Since my art changed and developed itself into a large community and my job, I grew with it and learned to speak up more. Also in my work. I am happy to be this Prudence that you all know now, knowing you. And I’m proud and so grateful of all of you guys out there who also feel more valued, cared for and less alone. #2 #4 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 …

Scottish Man Decides To Cycle Across The Globe Solo But Finds A Stray Cat Which Accompanies Him

In September 2018, Dean Nicholson had one goal – to cycle across the globe solo – and he began his long journey riding from his hometown Dunbar, Scotland. The 31-year-old Scottish traveler was tired from his nine-to-five job as a welder so he wanted to change his lifestyle and see the world from a bicycle seat. The trip went great as he traveled south, passing through eight different countries and sharing his wild adventures online. But when he was crossing the Bosnian border into Montenegro, his plans had to change a little bit. Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Dean Nicholson Dean Nicholson Nala quickly showed her loving personality and adventurous soul. She loves traveling and is super relaxed and …

Weve Been Creating Miniature Paper Birds Every Day For An Entire Year

The concept of this miniatures is to express the intricacy & vibrance of the birds around us. We used the technique of layered paper cutting to give volume to the artworks and get a three-dimensional feel to them. For daily updates on our tiny “Paper Birds” visit our Instagram profile. Enjoy our artworks. Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

I Was Recently Admitted To A Psychiatric Hospital And I Thought Id Share My Experience

Back at the start of January, I found myself in a situation I had not been in for 2 years. After a period of decline in my mental health, I became very unwell. I noticed I was spiraling down and sought support from A&E and mental health teams. After a while, they assessed that I was unsafe to stay at home. My partner and I waited for a little bit of time for the crisis team to find me a bed. Within a couple of hours, they rang to say they had found me a bed and I was admitted to the mental health assessment unit at our local hospital. I was lucky in this aspect. Many times it can …