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This Mother Of Two Illustrates What It’s Like Being A Mom In Funny Cat Comics (30 Pics)

Francesca Hause is an illustrator and a mother of two who creates an adorable comic series called Litterbox Comics about her family’s adventures. But here’s the twist – the artist hates drawing people so she illustrates herself and her loved ones as an adorable family of cats.

The artist’s comics are full of all sorts of funny situations that most parents (and most cat owners) will relate to. From unruly kids to secret ice cream cravings, check out Francesca’s funny and adorable illustrations in the gallery below!

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#1 Copy Cats (Remastered)

#2 Priorities

#3 Cardboard Dreams (Remastered)

#4 Mom Groups (Remastered)

#5 Mother’s Day

#6 Doorbell

#7 Learning The Fundamentals

#8 Dark Secrets

#9 Dreading The Dentist

#10 Fly

#11 Toy Review

#12 Redshirting

#13 Prized Possessions

#14 Baby Sister

#15 That Smell

#16 Of Course He Did

#17 Fan Service

#18 Overworked

#19 Privacy

#20 Turn Out The Lights

#21 History Times

#22 Teaching The Younglings

#23 Keeping Up Appearances

#24 Use Your Head

#25 What Did He Do Now?!

#26 Hatchlings

#27 Two

#28 Magic Word

#29 Eternal Struggle

#30 Making Things Right

Aušrys Uptas

One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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Are You Working Too Many Hours?

Would you like to get more done while working less hours? Try these 5 suggestions for a month and then evaluate your results.

Get it out of your head and down on paper – The many thoughts swirling around in our brains take up too much space and time! Get them down on paper – identify those projects that involve getting you closer to your goals and estimate the approximate time and resources needed to get those projects done. Then block them on your calendar.
Become “intentional” with your calendar – We only have 24 hours each day, no matter how you may try to stretch it, so why let “other people’s priorities” dictate your calendar or are you intentional in how those hours are used? Spend a short time calendaring your days with blocks of time with specific goals in mind. Imagine the feeling of accomplishment at the end of a day having completed everything on your calendar for that day and possibly with time left over!

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