Drawing & notes on life to brighten your inbox.
“I always like reading your articles. Authentic and reflective. Your original drawings too! ❤️ Makes me pause, wonder and reflect on what's truly important & precious in our lives. And on things we take for granted, until it’s taken away from us. So, keep it up!” ~ Po Lin
Twice a month on Fridays, I share one new drawing and writing about life, delivered to you to brighten your inbox.
That’s 24 new drawings in a year! In each issue for the year, we’ll count down to 24 drawings. I think that’ll be fun. ☺️
You’ll find art (drawing, poetry), actionable tips, short musings, encouraging quotes and thought-provoking excerpts from books or the web.
I hope you’ll be amused! Entertained! Nudged to ponder! And perhaps, feel a connection through a shared life experience.
Most of all, I hope that it’ll speak to you at the right time, just when you need it.
So, come along with me on this journey as I share part of my life experiences and reflections. It’ll be an honour to have you. You can hop off anytime you like.
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Here are four previous issues to get you started:
Dream makers; dream killers
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