Chad Moore

I’m wicked into animation, comedy, sketchnotes, and photography, bub.


I picked up this exercise from my therapist. When I’m really anxious and shutting down, this helps me a lot. Apparently stress and anxiety overwhelm your big part of your brain. The prefrontal cortex. That’s where we strategize and plan.When it shuts down, the “lizard brain”, the small brain takes over. It’s responsible for fight or flight. These days, thankfully for most of us it doesn’t mean fleeing from or punching a tiger. But it can make us prone to distractions and give into our basic instincts, which may not be helpful at any given moment.This exercise is fast and easy to do. It can actually be fun, as your lizard brain goes back to rest, and your big brain gets to come back alive.

Three Calming Breaths

Breathing exercises are the foundation of meditation, but don’t let that give you pause. Deep focused breathing, weather you call it meditation or not, helps get oxygen into your blood and can change your emotional state. I do these short breathing exercises before or after stressful meetings, or really anytime I can safely close my eyes and spend 30 seconds paying attention to my breathing.


A weird, fun, and quick exercise to get yourself out of a funk.

Hey Party People!

Our August 2022 show at St. Lawrence Arts, in Portland, ME. I wrote the "Totes Preesh" sketch and acted in several others.

Out of Office

Thank you for your email, I am out of office today... Standup comedy performance with the wonderful Couch to Mic crew at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, NH.

The Fine Print

How you guys doing, you guys doing OK?... Another Standup comedy performance with the wonderful Couch to Mic crew in Portsmouth, NH.


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