Hopelessly Heather

The ramblings and obsessions of a longtime Avon lady

Each Monday I gather up the daily QOTD (Quote of the Day) posts I made for the week that are inspirational, motivational or just plain funny.

Monday’s QOTD:


Tuesday’s QOTD:


Wednesday’s QOTD:


Thursday’s QOTD:


Friday’s QOTD:


Saturday’s QOTD:


Sunday’s QOTD:


Which one was your favorite this week and why?  Got one to share?  Drop a comment below!

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12 thoughts on “Motivational Monday

  1. I am a quote lover. These are a pick for each day. I liked them all, but from Wednesday onward are the ones that struck a chord. Especially Thursday’s and Saturday.

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  2. hethrgood says:

    Saturday’s spoke to me the strongest this week too. 🙂


  3. Tuesday is so uplifting. And Saturday… just so true.

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  4. theholodoc says:

    Oh my! I loved them all. It would grieve me to have to pick just one.
    My favorite in this vein is a poem by David Whyte, The Well of Grief, it got me through the loss of my son twenty-six years ago.
    An event that I did not think I could survive. I did and came out stronger for it.
    Thanks for picking this theme with which to introduce me to your blog. Dr. Bob

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    1. hethrgood says:

      I will check out the poem—thank you for the recommendation! This week’s theme was due to a close friend who was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident involving a deer about a week ago. I’ve gone through tremendous loss before, so this is familiar to me, but grieving (in general) is still something we each have to go through in our own time and way. My quote of the day posts tend to follow a weekly theme, sometimes funny, sometimes introspective, sometimes uplifting, sometimetimes supportive—you never know what you’ll get!


  5. I loved all the quotes as well! Recently, because of the pandemic, I went through some major life changes and so the grief/loss ones spoke to me. I think Wednesday’s quote by Helen Keller inspires me to see loss and change through another perspective because it reminds me that those things I love/have enjoyed are still a part of me through memories and they can never be taken away from me. I think it also helps me feel grateful for the people who have been part of my life, who aren’t as present anymore. Grateful that they were there in my life when it was meant for them to be 🙂

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    1. hethrgood says:

      That’s definitely a healthy outlook on it–sometimes we have to grieve the loss of a friendship, job, or our own expectations/dreams too.

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  6. masercot says:

    Definitely Saturday!

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    1. hethrgood says:

      You rebel, you! 😉

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