Showing posts from October, 2023

Celebrating 14 Years of Toons Mag: Championing Freedom of Expression

It's been 14 incredible years since Toons Mag , first graced the digital world on November 1, 2009. Founded to promote freedom of expression through cartoons , comics , caricatures , and articles , Toons Mag has become a global platform for artistic voices that transcend borders and language barriers. A Community of Over 2,000 Strong What started as an ambitious dream has now grown into a thriving community . Toons Mag has proudly hosted contributions from over 2,000 cartoonists and writers since its inception. These creative minds have passionately used their artwork and words to make a powerful statement about the importance of free expression. Global Impact: 4 Million+ Monthly Pageviews Toons Mag has transcended geographical boundaries, amassing over 4 million monthly page views. From 218 countries, people from all walks of life have come together to engage with the thought-provoking content and vibrant discussions this digital publication offers. Championing Freedom: Our Core V

From Procrastination to Action: Redefining My Priorities

Time is a precious commodity that often slips through our fingers without realizing it. Recently, I made a conscious decision to put an end to overthinking and to take decisive action. With only 24 hours a day, I spent a significant portion—between 3 to 5 hours—browsing the web and engaging in social media conversations. What I once perceived as a means of staying connected with friends had transformed into a role akin to that of a customer support portal, offering assistance without tangible benefits to my life. It is time for a change and to stop giving my time away for free. Excessive social media use was a roadblock to personal growth, and it was high time to shift my focus toward endeavors that truly mattered. Reshaping Priorities: From Social Media to Real Life I realized that there would be no room for personal development if I continued down this path of endless scrolling and virtual socializing. The countless hours spent responding to inquiries on social media were meaningless