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Tuesday's Top 10 Comics on Self-Improvement

Did you know September is Self-Improvement Month? While we believe that you are fine just the way you are, Comics Kingdom offers this collection of comics on self-improvement for those looking for some funny inspiration in making improvements to their daily routines.

1. Maeve of “Between Friends” offers some sage self-improvement advice to Susan.

Between Friends, September 28, 2012
Between Friends, September 28, 2012

2. You can’t rush perfection or self-improvement as Refurb of “Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog” knows from personal experience.

Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, September 18, 2014
Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, September 18, 2014

3. The master plan to happiness doesn't include numbers, steps, habits or agreements. 

Rhymes with Orange, August 11, 2009
Rhymes with Orange, August 11, 2009

4. Jill Kaplan of “The Pajama Diaries” takes stock of what's important.

Pajama Diaries, June 26, 2010
Pajama Diaries, June 26, 2010

5. Suzanne of “Tina’s Groove” is more interested in improving those around her more than herself.

Tina's Groove, May 13, 2010
Tina's Groove, May 13, 2010

6. Everybody is a critic as this “Six Chix” panel shows.

Six Chix, February 13, 2014
Six Chix, February 13, 2014

7. Dogs, especially ones as smart and savvy as Grimmy, are always eager to learn new tricks.

Mother Goose and Grimmy, February 3, 2013
Mother Goose and Grimmy, February 3, 2013

8. Sherman of “Sherman's Lagoon” considers taking up martial arts.

Sherman's Lagoon, February 19, 2015
Sherman's Lagoon, February 19, 2015

9.  Ted of “Sally Forth” has the perfect response when he receives criticism from a co-worker.

Sally Forth, September 13, 2011
Sally Forth, September 13, 2011

10. Finally, Susan in “Between Friends,” has an epiphany about the butterfly effect and how it applies to her life.

Between Friends, July 31, 2009
Between Friends, July 31, 2009

 


 

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