This past weekend over 10,000 people by my estimates attended Aniventure Comic Con Bulgaria, in the country’s capital city Sofia, including myself. One the best moments for me was meeting The Awkward Yeti cartoonist, Nick Seluk. HisShow More Summary
Yep, I know a few people who’ve got way too much heart and not enough brain. A healthy mix of both can only be a good thing, whether you are online of offline. A fantastic comic by Nick Seluk from The Awkward Yeti. If you like what Nick does, be sure to follow him on […] The post Sharing Your Opinion Online [Comic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Why try to be someone else when you can be the best version of yourself? Looking like most people is so boring anyway, especially when you can look like BATMAN! A fantastic comic by Nick Seluk from The Awkward Yeti. If you like whatShow More Summary
See sample pages from this book at Wink. Heart and Brain: An Awkward Yeti Collection by Nick Seluk Andrews McMeel Publishing 2015, 144 pages, 6.5 x 8 x 0.4 inches (softcover) $9 Buy a copy on Amazon Heart and Brain is a wonderful collection of the lovable characters from Nick Seluk’s The Awkward Yeti webcomic. Show More Summary
Most of you have probably seen Nick Seluk’s comics from The Awkward Yeti floating around the internet at some point... The post A Comic That Shows What It’s Really Like To Live With Depression And Anxiety appeared first on Lifehack.
The World Health Organization reports that more than 350 million people suffer from depression, and yet there is so much many of us don't understand about it. For Episode 21 of The Medical Tales Retold, Nick Seluk of The Awkward Yeti...Show More Summary
Episode 21 of Medical Tails Retold by Nick Seluk of The Awkward Yeti is a really thoughtful comic that illustrates and personifies contributor Sarah Flanigan’s depression and anxiety disorder. I have depression and anxiety disorders and even with the medication, I still have to force myself out of bed and I can’t rally the energy […]
A fantastic comic by Nick Seluk of The Awkward Yeti illustrating what living with depression and anxiety disorders is like for someone affected by the conditions. This comic is part of the Medical Tales Retold series and was inspired by a story sent in to the artist by Sarah Flanigan. Show More Summary
(The Awkward Yeti/Nick Seluk) We all know someone like Ingrown Toenail. The best that you can hope for is that he’ll just stay still and not break anything. But that never happens. Then you have to spend the rest of the day fixing his mess. -via Tastefully Offensive
(The Awkward Yeti/Nick Seluk) The weather is perfect, so let's stay inside! Natural sunlight and unconditioned air have a certain appeal, but it's hard to watch Netflix from outside and I have to keep careful track of how many people have liked my status update.
It's not Christmas season yet, but it is cold and flu season! Nick Seluk of The Awkward Yeti reminds us to keep in mind what really counts: mucous, sleep deprivation, and sore throats. Remember that this is a time to be charitable. Not everyone has a cold this year. If you see someone being left out of the joy of the season, help him out.
(The Awkward Yeti/Nick Seluk) Our attraction was irresistible. When we were together, our passion was exothermic. But we still lacked a catalyst for a stable relationship.
(The Awkward Yeti/Nick Seluk) Lars, the Awkward Yeti, should count himself lucky. My brain would wait until the middle of the interview during a difficult question before reminding me of that incident. Your brain has already demonstrated that it's trying to sabotage the job interview. Your best bet is to not use it at all tomorrow.
(The Awkward Yeti/Nick Seluk) I do this more often than I should. Once I've looked through my RSS reader, it's time to check Twitter. Then repeat the process. And don't forget Facebook and DeviantART!
(The Awkard Yeti/Nick Seluk) The Awkward Yeti's archnemesis is his own brain--especially when he's trying to sleep. Listen, Lars: your brain is going to keep doing that until you punish it. May I suggest alcohol? Or a hammer?
(The Awkward Yeti/Nick Seluk) Look, it's not like the work isn't going to be there tomorrow. We'll just, like, work really hard and make up for it. Later. The pug video isn't going to be around forever, you know.
Here's the cutest depiction of the Water Cycle you'll see today, courtesy of Nick Seluk of The Awkward Yeti. Water what? You know, the water cycle you learn in elementary school: how the sun heats up and evaporates water in the ocean and seas, then the water condenses into clouds and then rains back to earth, and so on and so on. Show More Summary