“Worry Wart,” the newest creation by Stacy, the talented artist behind Living With Stacy, takes us on a relatable journey through the everyday anxieties we face. In this blog post, we delve into one of the comic’s endearing episodes that will resonate with many readers.
A Sneezing Encounter at the Grocery Store. Stacy finds herself in a familiar setting—the grocery store aisle. Suddenly, a person ahead of her sneezes, triggering a momentary pause. It’s at this precise moment that Stacy’s brain springs to life, manifesting as a quirky character, and offers reassurance that the pandemic is a thing of the past. Despite her brain’s efforts to calm her fears, Stacy ultimately decides to turn back the way she came, playfully dismissing her brain’s well-intentioned advice.
Embracing Relatability & Humor and Reflecting on Our Anxieties. What makes “Worry Wart” so endearing is its ability to capture the everyday anxieties we all experience. Many readers can empathize with Stacy’s hesitation and the internal tug-of-war between rationality and fear. The latest LWS Comic reminds us that the impact of the pandemic has left an indelible mark on our psyche. It acknowledges that while progress has been made, it’s natural to still have moments of unease. Through Stacy’s lighthearted approach, we find solace in knowing that we’re not alone in our worries and that it’s okay to take a step back when necessary.
LWS – Some Good Advice. Stacy finds herself in the frozen section, eyeing a tempting dairy-filled treat. But she’s not alone! Her “brain” appears as a character, ready to dissuade her from making a lactose-filled mistake. It’s an internal battle of lactose proportions!
Despite Brain’s sensible plea to avoid the lactose attack, Stacy defiantly decides to throw caution to the wind. With mischievous determination, she places the dairy bomb into her shopping cart, a victorious smile spreading across her face as she dashes from the isle.
Disclaimer: The characters and events in Living with Stacy are entirely fictional. Please seek professional advice before embarking on any gastronomic adventures, especially if you’re lactose intolerant. Stay safe and enjoy the comic strip responsibly! Also check out my YT short Dance With Me.
Eat Smart – LWS Comics #247. Ryan and Stacy are at the grocery store trying to buy and eat smart. But there are also ice cream sandwiches. What will the couple do? Eat smart or buy ice cream sandwiches?
Well it looks like you all know which one Stacy “ran off with.” It’s ice cream sandwiches. Not only are Ryan and Stacy both lactose intolerant, but ice cream is the farthest away from “healthy” as one can get. Haha. Oh well, at least it’ll taste good going down. 🙂
So it’s been awhile since my last update. I still release comics on the website, but if you want to get the latest Living With Stacy webcomics, then you’ll want to join my PATREON. For only $5 bucks you can get access to every new LWS comic way ahead of the website release. So do me a favour and join up. It helps me buy a hamburger.
Hey there LWS COMIC fans, I have a new comic out today called “Good With Names.” It’s the first in the new “BRAIN SERIES” of comics, where Stacy converses with her own brain (inner thoughts) while in some sticky situations.
If you are wondering why I haven’t updated on here for some time, it’s because most of my new content is on my PATREON and YOUTUBE accounts. Please do make your way over to ’em to stay up to date on everything LIVING WITH STACY.
Hey LWS fans, I have a few videos that you can relax, study and clean to called “Lofi Music to Study To.” Or as the are alternatively known as: The Stacy Jogs series. You can see them over on my YouTube channel.
Please enjoy them. 🙂
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I created a new LWS ANIMATED WORKOUT VIDEO called “Parallel Leg Lifts with Stacy!” That’s right, Stacy is thicc AF and at it again, but this time she’s parallel leg lifting and boucin’ to the beat of Dangerous! I hope you enjoy the video! It was quite fun drawing all the “assets” if you get my drift. Lots of “bass” in this one too.
If you liked Parallel Leg Lifts with Stacy then you’ll love my other animated video, STACY SKIPS! Check that one out on my official Youtube channel. 🙂
FPS – Hey Gamers, Kitties Love FPS Too! Cats and Gamers aren’t so dissimilar! They both need their FPS! Food, pets, and sleep! Duh! Haha. Yes, we have a new comic strip out today centered around the all encompassing, ever hunted for FPS. If you’re wondering, FPS stands for Frames Per Second, or First Person Shooters. Both of those things Gamers need and want now! Like bruh– FPS leads to major W’s boys. Gotta have them FPS boys.
So you may have noticed that the LWS title is missing from this particular comic. That is because this is not technically a LWS comic (although it’s within the drawing style & LWS universe). From now on, I will be posting content that suits my fancy at that time. Anywhere from sketches, to thoughts in writing, mixed writing and drawings, and if I feel ambitious– full colored comics! I will be experimenting with panels too, and not conforming to only 4 in a vertical layout.
“But why?” you ask. Well, simply put– to free up my creative process, and to let my true personality shine through my work. Often times I think, what “fits” a LWS comic? And that is a question I want to eradicate. LWS is like a comic diary to me and that doesn’t “fit” into any one genre or style of humor. I can be sweet, fiery, impatient, loving, pervy and objectively funny. I’m weird sometimes, and I love that. So I want that to show in what I do. And don’t get me started on Stacy. Could she possibly be more strange than me? The answer is “yes.” Haha, big duh! If you hadn’t known that already from the 255 comics so far. :p
Welcome, welcome to another new LWS comic called “How to Deal With Your Emotions” [2022 Version]. How does one deal with 2022 emotionally? It just started and already it’s a sh*t show. Oh, I know– Bury any distressing emotion deep down, into your belly, and digest it. Let it stew and bubble, but don’t spill any, no one likes a hot mess. And then– Presto! All better. Remember to not show any emotion during these pressing times– it’s a weakness! You must hide behind your cell phone shield and fake, happy Insta-pics in order to survive! Haha. Sounds like a healthy coping mechanism to me. :p
Anyways, I hope you can pick up on the sarcasm from my ranting post. Please do deal with any emotions you may have in a healthy manner. I hope you liked How to Deal With Your Emotions, then why not check out my other LWS comics? I know you’ll love ’em. Or better yet, my PATREON page! Stay vigilant! 🙂
Well, well well, we have another Living With Stacy Xmas Special comic called “MallSanta.” Stacy and Ryan take a trip to the mall and stop a Mall Santa setup in the main area. Mall Santa’s were all the rage when we were kids…but whose to say adults can’t have a little mall Santa fun too. At least, that’s what Ryan thinks, as he leaps onto Santa’s lap and divulges his big wish list of Christmas presents. Hey, a big boy needs a big list, am I right? Funny thing is, is when Stacy starts getting nervous that Ryan is taking too long– she yanks him off of Santa stating, “It’s my turn next! Quit hoggin’ Santa!” LOL. I guess it wasn’t the lineup she was concerned about. :p
Anyways, that’s it for today’s post. If you liked “Mall Santa” then check out all my other Xmas themed LWS comics. ‘Tis the season, after-all. Also, do my a Christmas favor and support me on Patreon. I don’t know how to covey to you that you’ll love every second of your LWS CLUB MEMBERSHIP. 🙂
Welcome to another hilarious Christmasparody comic called “A Chandler-Brown Christmas!” That’s right, this week’s Xmas gag is inspired from none other than Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang. One of my favorite jokes with Charlie Brown is when Lucy prescribes psychiatric help for 5 cents. It’s such a great gimmick and setup for a joke. It also kind of reveals how depressed Charlie can get…the comic is pretty dark for a happy, go lucky premise.
Anyways, I wanted to pay homage to Schulz’s style. I hope you liked “A Chandler-Brown Christmas!” If you did, you should check out my other Christmas themed comic strips, and don’t forget to check out my PATREON. Have a happy holidays! 🙂