Brilliant Post-it Notes That Sum Up Your Life As An Adult.
They say that life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're going to get. Boy, were they right, or what? The things we expected out of life when we were younger turned out to be completely different once we became adults, and Charles Hutton, aka Insta-Chaz, has created some brutally honest sticky notes that sum up what your life is like as an adult. The Australian cartoonist started out as an architect, but he ended up doodling cartoons to get life's little jokes across, and now he's sharing his funny comics on social media. Needless to say, they hilarious and freakishly on point.
The former architect, who is now living in Berlin, works on these silly jokes in his spare time.
Throughout his adult life, he has felt as though time is an insidious thing. Turn your back on the calendar, and the month you thought you were in quickly blends into the following month, making life seem like one endless loop.
Chaz recalls just how much fun New Year's Eve was back when he was still in his 20s.
He actually looked forward to partying, and in some cases, he started the New Year's Eve celebration a little early. But in his 30s, things are a little different. In fact, he'd rather just skip the festivities and welcome the New Year in silence.
As an architect, Chaz used to create flow charts to organize his thoughts and his projects.
Even song selections through Spotify have a flow chart. Chaz just loves to create these beautifully relatable cartoons on Post-it notes and his 100,000+ Instagram followers seem to love his works of art.
You can see from this drawing that Chaz would have been totally lost if he'd gone to Coachella.
While some people totally blend in at music festivals, others do find themselves looking for their friends, or a new group of people that they can click with. In the end, the music playing in the background turns into white noise.
Chaz lived in London and New York for a bit before moving to Berlin and he knows all about scheduling.
He understands how important it is to allocate time throughout the day to meet deadlines. Today, he deals with deadlines for a commission or a book, so starts working at 6 a.m., and continues all through the day so sometimes, a schedule like this becomes really useful.
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