Taking things to an extreme level of seriousness makes it more difficult to manage the challenges that life throws at us. When it comes to coping with the difficulties, we face and recovering from them, sometimes all required is a resilient mindset, a sense of humor, fun, and a lighthearted attitude. After all, there is only one free supply of our lives, and the proverb “A heart that is light lives long.”

More info: brightside


#1 I turned my horrible wedding dress into a costume for Halloween by cutting it up and adding some accessories.

Photo credit: 90sdoll/Reddit

#2 I used shattered mirrors to fashion a costume of a disco ball.

Photo credit: excitotox/Reddit


#3 I repurposed my most beloved shattered vase.

Photo credit: OriginnalThoughts/Reddit

#4 I tracked down the ideal tattoo to compliment my hand deformity.

Photo credit: Reaction_On_My_Nub/Reddit


#5 This is something that should be considered for any broken hockey sticks. My new favorite decoration

Photo credit: Funky_Cows/Reddit

#6 I created a series of humorous cartoons based on a post-operative scar.

Photo credit: SwollenGoat68/Reddit


#7 I had no one to celebrate my graduation with, so I decided to do something nice for myself instead.

Photo credit: Butterflies_Books/Reddit

#8 By putting together two of her damaged toys, my daughter and I were able to make a new toy for her. Hello, you must be Chelsea!

Photo credit: SoulcrateS*ka/Reddit


#9 As a form of self-care for dealing with chronic pain, I’ve been applying makeup, and I’ve decided to go for a Pink Floyd look.

Photo credit: Faris-Hilton/Reddit

#10 I fashioned a necklace out of a rib that I had surgically removed.

Photo credit: huston9/Reddit


#11 The city where I live has converted a tree that was damaged by a storm into a work of art.

Photo credit: ismelllipstick/Reddit

#12 Here is a fish tattoo that is based on a scar.

Photo credit: eiffulf/Reddit


#13 I fashioned a beard comb for myself out of a shattered skateboard.

Photo credit: KARATEM0NKEY/Reddit

#14 I drew the bones on my cast, but I kept one of them blank so that when people inquired what occurred, I could readily show them which bone I had broken.

Photo credit: unknown user/Reddit


#15 Stains from the coffee? No more, however.

Photo credit: Brightside

Rate this post


  1. That is the correct weblog for anyone who wants to search out out about this topic. You understand a lot its virtually onerous to argue with you (not that I actually would need…HaHa). You positively put a brand new spin on a topic thats been written about for years. Nice stuff, just great!


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here