30+ Pieces of Inspiring, Funny and Interesting Advice

Everyday, as I scour the web looking for interesting things to post about, I run across a few of these pictures. They’re signs or little pieces of advice that pop up like presents on the screen. These life lessons remind me to stop and enjoy life. The remind me to step away, ask me to change my perspective or give me reason to laugh. What I love most about these signs, though, is that they touch each person in a different way. Though we’re all connected and though we often share similar interests, it is our life experiences that will ultimately draw out a different emotion from each of us. And…how cool is that?

Here, I’ve compiled over 30 of my favorite signs or posters. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Also, check out: 30+ Pieces of Inspiring, Funny and Interesting Advice, Part II!

If you have some of your own, please share them with us in the comments section!

Which one is your favorite?

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