Young women will dance for joy; young men will join them, old ones too. For I will turn their mourning into joy. I will comfort My people and replace their sorrow with gladness.

Jeremiah 31:13— VOICE

Hello! I hope you’re having a great day so far. I’m sharing some humor with you today to brighten your day. Remember, humor is a great way to reduce stress and improve your mood.

— These Images are from what I have saved to my humor board on Pinterest.

— Just so all of you know If I’m ever with you, I Am that girl on the right.

The Benefits of Humor

Humor is a powerful tool that can have a positive impact on our lives. It can help us to reduce stress, improve mood, boost creativity, and strengthen relationships.

How Humor Reduces Stress

When we laugh, our bodies release endorphins, which have mood-boosting and pain-relieving effects. Laughter can also help to reduce muscle tension and improve circulation.

How Humor Improves Mood

Humor can help us to see the lighter side of life and to appreciate the good things in our lives. It can also help us to connect with others and to feel more supported.

How Humor Boosts Creativity

Humor can help us to think outside the box and to come up with new and innovative ideas. It can also help us to see problems from a different perspective and to find solutions that we might not have considered otherwise.

How Humor Strengthens Relationships

Humor can help us to build rapport and to create a sense of connection with others. It can also help us to defuse tension and to resolve conflict.

How Humor Can Help Us Cope With Difficult Situations

Humor can help us to make difficult situations more bearable and to provide a sense of perspective. It can also help us to feel more in control of our circumstances.

Conclusion

Humor is a powerful tool that can have a positive impact on our lives. If you are looking for ways to improve your mood, reduce stress, and boost your creativity, then make sure to incorporate humor into your daily routine. You may be surprised at how much better you feel!

Here are some tips for using humor in your daily life:

— Watch funny movies or TV shows or YouTube videos of funny animals.

— Read funny books or articles.

— Spend time with people who make you laugh.

— Tell jokes or funny stories.

— Look for the funny side of things, even when things are tough.

Humor is a great way to make the most of life and to enjoy every moment. So don’t be afraid to laugh!

Hey, friends I encourage you to stop over at my friend Dee’s and share some humor of your own humor @ A THEMED LINKUP 160 FOR LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE

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19 Comments

  1. Therse were funny! I turn down the radio and turn off the AC if I’m backing out of a parking spot, I just have to, hubby doesn’t get it 🙂 I can multi-task like that old lady in the purple dress too! Nothing funnier than laughing so hard that your belly hurts and you leak 🙂 Thanks so much for linking up at #AThemedLinkup 160 for Laughter Is the Best Medicine. Pinned.

    1. I really had fun putting this post together. Those Pinterest memes are so me. Lol.

  2. Thank you for this enjoyable blog. Yep, humor is great. I often hide behind my humor. I want to unlearn that. I want to be honest sometimes too. 😄📝

  3. I feel like this has become my life motto. I am that sarcastic one always cracking slightly off color jokes.. I love to laugh and I love to make others laugh too.

  4. Oh my goodness, these memes are so funny, especially the one about the boy praying for his mom’s burnt offerings. Hysterical!

    1. Thanks Amy, I’m so happy you got a good laugh.

  5. I love this, Paula. I saw a meme that said laughter is jogging on the inside. If so, that’s my favorite exercise!

    1. Lol Barbara, that would be mine too 😉

  6. Beautiful post with such a great message. Humor and laughter makes life so much better. Thank you for linking up at Tell It To Me Tuesday. I hope to see you again this week.

  7. Paula, this was such a great post. I love humor and I believe it is good for all of us. For me laughing really helps with putting me in a much better mood on those not-so-good days. Thank you so much for sharing on Crazylittlelovebirds link party #2. I’ll be featuring it at the next party this Friday starting at 9 a.m. MST. Please join us again. 🙂

    1. Thanks bunches for the feature. I love to laugh.

  8. Yes, indeed laughter is the best medicine. Even just hearing laughter from our grandkids upstairs and playing makes me happy. When they are happy, so am this grandma.
    Thank you for sharing your links with us at #276 SSPS Linky. See you again next week.

    1. If someone were to ask me what my favorite sound is it would have been my girls laughing when they were little.

  9. Goodness! I can relate to way too many of these!

    Thank you so much for the reminder to include humor!

    Appreciate you linking up at the Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop 76. SSBH 77 is now open for entries!

    Laurie

  10. We had a particullary heavy day at work today with all the year 7s starting high school for the first time, but ended with a good laugh, which makes it easier to go back in again tomorrow.
    Thanks for linking with #pocolo

  11. Thanks for the laughs, Paula!

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