8 Comics Tagged "CAP3.KIMBS"

A person laying in bed with arms behind head. Thought bubble containing a sad person walking in the rain with a broken umbrella.

Step #1 – Remember that one awful thing?

Each day is filled with a thousand tiny moments. At the end of the day, out of all of those moments, it is all too easy for me…

Table on the left holding a lamp, empty journal and pencil. Stick person sitting on chair on the right. Thought bubble coming from person’s head with a memory of stick person walking through park.

Step #2 – Get Cape: Preparing for change

This comic is a picture of me creating a comfortable place where I can sit down at the end of each day to record a positive memory from…

Stick person sitting in chair writing in journal. Lamp on table to the left. Two thought bubbles, one with positive memories, the second with negative memories pushing in on the first.

Step #3 – Wear Cape: Day 1

Day one of intentionally practicing positive thinking. When I sat down at the end of the day to think about and write down a positive memory from the…

Table with lamp on the left. Stick figure sitting on chair writing in a journal. Small thought bubble coming out of back of stick figures head. Arrow pointing forward to bigger thought bubbles, each containing a bigger picture of a tree and sun. Three thought bubbles in total.

Step #4 – Wear Cape: Day 7

On day seven of practicing positive thinking, I find that my thoughts are going deeper into positive reflections. At first I would only think of a positive event…

able with lamp, pencil and notebook on the left. Stick figure sitting in chair holding two charts. Thought bubble on left contains “+ =” then a picture of a tree and sunshine. Thought bubble on right contains “- =” and a lightning storm. A question mark is between the two thought bubbles.

Step #5 – Show me the data! My Conclusion is… inconclusive?

After completing this Get Cape study, I am still left with some questions about if positive thinking really has an impact on my level of satisfaction. Looking at…

Table with lamp, open notebook, and pencil. Stick figure slumped back in chair with thought bubble full of Zzzz’s.

Step #6 – Wear Cape – Flop? Hardest Day

The hardest days of research were definitely when I was tired at the end of the day. All I could think about was curling up in bed and…

Table with lamp. Stick figure writing in notebook. Thought bubble with stick figures sitting at desk, walking together in sun, and setting up a microphone.

Step #7 – Fly! Highest Height… So Far

My best research outcome was the day it clicked that when I am feeling satisfied in one area of my life, it trickles down into other areas of…

Dark cloud with rain and lightning on left. Stick figure in middle looking to the right at a tree and sunshine.

Step #8 – Fly. Next

Spending 14 days practicing positive thinking has made me realize how easy it is to focus on the bright threads in life. One thing that will be different…