How many times have you played a board game and been down on your luck? Take Monopoly. Your opponent has mopped up almost all the properties and is raking in cash every time you land on one of their … [Read More...] about The game is not over yet
Hi There! I’m Kim,
I’m a dietitian and a PhD student researching about body image, and I love to draw.
This site aims to inspire self-love and appreciation through a daily journal, artwork, zine and Etsy shop. Let’s start celebrating the amazing things our bodies do, connect with it, and protect it like a loved one.
There'll come certain moments when we must ponder the ethical and moral principals that we want to guide our lives and our work. When it does, it's good to pause, reflect and think it … [Read More...] about Thinking ethics, morals, values and principles
A classic phrase that's meaning still holds today. Do not judge another based on their external appearance. One's health, personality, socioeconomic situation, gender identity, and mental … [Read More...] about Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover
My daughter had a checkup today and needed a needle. She's afraid of needles, and I didn't anticipate it, so couldn't prepare her. I'd never seen her so scared. With dilated eyes, she screamed and … [Read More...] about Misguided Fight-or-Flight
It's Friday.... or Friyay? Shall we do a quick stocktake on the week? If you've got a journal, or somewhere that works let's start by writing down any positive things that happened during the … [Read More...] about Stocktake
I spent a better part of today hand-lettering some tags to photograph for my shop. It was a slow process as I planned out the spacing of the letters, the styling I wanted, and then tried to stop my … [Read More...] about Slow and steady
Hobbies are often the first thing to fall by the wayside as soon as we get busy, feel troubled, or get tied up in adult responsibility. This defeats the purpose as the hobbies value is in the … [Read More...] about Resurrecting Hobbies
It's impossible to get through life without having failed at something. And why would we want to? Failure teaches resilliance, perserverence and reflection. We can't rejoice in success if … [Read More...] about Failure is as inevitable as rain in the winter