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Sarahs scribbles

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Sarah's Scribbles by Sarah Andersen for December 21, 2016 - GoComics

My abilities Intelligence : Pretty good! Memory: Also good! Creativity: Good too! Time management : Hop Where is it

Sarah's Scribbles by Sarah Andersen for January 04, 2014 | GoComics.com

Artists Being Friends With Artists Pros: Can you critique this? Sure. Later Wow, thanks! Much better! Cons: Sometimes I want to break your fingers so you stop making better art than me. Hahaha I hope a truck runs over both of your hands.

Sarah's Scribbles by Sarah Andersen for March 23, 2019 | GoComics.com

View the comic strip for Sarah's Scribbles by cartoonist Sarah Andersen created March 23, 2019 available on GoComics.com

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But what if it’s NOT a weed... no wait it is I just can’t get rid of it... darn it

Procrastinating is like letting a weed grow and grow. But if you nip it early, the problem is solved! So nip the weed. Please nip it. Please God nip the weed.

125 Hilariously Honest Comics By Introvert Artist Sarah Scribbles

Anybody who's familiar with the comics of Sarah Andersen will know how perfectly they summarize the daily struggles of modern life, especially when it comes to the lives of introverts. Whether trying to be an adult, trying to fit in, trying to exit a bathroom gracefully, or simply trying to get out of bed in the morning, Sarah's Scribbles are as funny as they are relatable. Check out a whole bunch of her newest comics below, and don't forget to vote for your favorite!

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Sarah's Scribbles webcomic describes what it's like to have a little me time! | See more Sarah's Scribbles on GoComics.com
"I recommend enjoying sketchbooks and don’t be precious with them. I sometimes let my kids draw in mine, in fact my youngest who is three often scribbles all over a page, but I don’t mind really – they are nice reminders of my work life constantly revolving around my kids." On our blog we take a look at picture book maker and illustrator, Sarah Dyer's sketchbooks and discuss how they are a place for learning and experimenting.
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