Even my little cartoon girl jumped into action for this jelly cleanser review. I guess you can say we're both fans of Drunk Elephant's new jelly cleanser!
Creating funny cartoon sketches is one of the ways I pay attention to life and stay mindful and centered in the moment. Laughter is great medicine, too!
For a cartoon artist, there's nothing like a bit of leisure travel to spark new creativity and some more funny drawings. Here's a collection of my latest travel-inspired drawings.
While I think every day should be Happy Earth Day, it doesn't hurt to have a designated day to remind us of the importance and fragility of Planet Earth.
I'm feeling thankful for spring and being surrounded by beauty, flowers, soft breezes and the delicious fragrance of things in bloom.
Hilma af Klimt probably would have enjoyed a visit to the Guggenheim museum - not the least because she envisioned her work exhibited in a spiral temple!
There's nothing quite like the vividly alive, pink perfection of a spring ranunculus bloom. The supreme triumph is not one blossom, but a planting of many!
Spring fills me each year with surprise, delight and joy (and, as you can see, I never tire of taking photographs of the flowering trees and blooms either!)
News flash: there's not only life after Social Media, but a very rich life at that, too. Here are some of the creative ways that my life has been enriched.
This cute cartoon of a little boy stomping in a puddle is fittingly paired with a quote about the childlike mind.
(Illustration by Joana Miranda)