IMG_4033This is “I Am So Proud Of You”, a blog all about failure, sadness and the acceptance that life simply ain’t gonna turn out the way you want it to. It is a blog about being okay with being terrible. It is a blog about realizing that you are not the sum of your failures, and that they are merely a part of your whole. I post art, fiction and diary type entries here. You can read fiction or poetry by clicking on the “Fiction” tab or read my webcomic “Close To Monsters” under that tab.

I’m Maggie. I’m 28 and gay as sin. I live with my girlfriend and our two dogs in Texas. I write, draw, make art and occasionally do laundry. If you’ve made it to this blog, I am so sorry. I really, truly am, and I hope for the best for you.

If you like what I do, you can always donate to mine and my girlfriends PayPal here, support me monthly via my Patreon here, or buy my books at Payhip here, cause this is really all I’m good at and dear god please don’t make me put on pants and get a real job.


In Space, No One Can Hear You CryA depressing webcomic following the planets in our solar system and a satellite named Walter as they…ya know, hang out and cry and stuff.

Nowhere, USA satirical online newspaper relaying the events of a city gone totally fucking bonkers.

Sad PartyA site where I encourage people to share how miserable they’ve been so maybe other people won’t feel as alone. (Discontinued as of 2018)

The StagMy serialized fiction site. I post rather sporadically, but there’s a number of series I’ve created and am writing, so you might find something you dig, who knows.

Feel Bad NetworkA podcasting network featuring numerous programs.

How To Ruin Your Entire Life – A dark comedic webseries presented in the guise of a low budget public broadcast kids show featuring puppets and about the negative effects of poor mental health. Launches sometime in 2018.

Medium – I sometimes write articles here about mental health, life and myself.

Payhip – You can buy my books as epubs over at this site, if you feel so inclined.

Holy Sheet – An advice blog from a ghost named Mae, about how to live life after you’ve died.


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