1. Knowing how and when to laugh at yourself makes you feel ‘lighter’ and is a great way to release stress and tension.
2. It is more likely to put you in a positive mindset, which is conducive to attracting more good things from people and life in general.
3. It forces you to maintain a ‘child-like’ attitude: you become more curious, more creative, and therefore, more open to life’s opportunities.
4. Making fun of yourself is a great antidote to self-righteousness and encourages you to grow and evolve into a better person.
5. It helps raise your vibrational energy and keeps you younger for longer.
6. Being able to laugh at yourself and your inadequacies makes you more tolerant of other people’s faults or habits and easier to live with.
7. Life feels less ‘beige’ and more joyful when you don’t take yourself too seriously.