I Love Emm Roy’s Comic.
⭕ Emm Roy is a 25-year-old self-taught artist from Ottawa, Canada. She is the artist behind Positive Doodles, a Tumblr filled with comforting and encouraging illustrations. Her drawings are simple, yet, in very few words, she manages to say a lot. This is all the inspiration you need.
⭕ I have discovered this awesome positivity blog in which the artist creates cute animal doodles that come with encouraging words to cheer you up and inspire you, no matter how sad you may feel. Every drawing is absolutely adorable, and the words are so touching. I’m grateful I stumbled upon this blog by chance.
“Don’t waste your entire life always waiting for the end of the day, for the weekend, for summer, for things to change, for something better. Enjoy as much of the present as you can. Now is happening. Now is good. Now belongs to you.” ― Emm Roy, The First Step
⭕ Sometimes you’ve had a rough, rough day, and you need the cute. The webcomic I’m sharing with you bring the cute artistically—and sometimes its subject matter is just as serious as real life. You can’t get any simpler than positive doodles. These are small, cutely rendered animals telling you encouraging things.
Thanks for spreading your positivity Emm! I have been enjoying your comics. We need more positive thoughts and encouragement in our lives. Keep the positive vibe going!
1: Study and it will pay off.
2: You are brave.
3: You are learning, growing and improving.
4: Just because you’ve failed before doesn’t mean you’ll never succeed.
5: I love hearing your ideas. I think you’re brilliant!
6: take time to rest.
7: Be kind, take care of yourself and ask for help if you need it.
8: Do things at your own pace.
9: I’ve made progress, and I’ll make more. I can do this.
10: You’re awesome and you can do awesome things.
11: Even if January wasn’t good, this can still be a good year.
12: Good things will happen to you again.
13: You have the best sense of humor.
14: Thank you for all your kind words and encouragement.
Emm Roy, Not Emma!
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