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:

Mon

Tuesday’s QOTD:

Tue

Wednesday’s QOTD:

Wed

Thursday’s QOTD:

Thu

Friday’s QOTD:

Fri

Saturday’s QOTD:

Sat

Sunday’s QOTD:

Sun

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

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7 thoughts on “Motivational Monday

  1. Michelle says:

    I liked Tuesday. I read something recently about fear: making you feel afraid is all it can do. It doesn’t have any real power. Huh. And, of course, Mae West is awesome.

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    1. hethrgood says:

      I like Friday’s this week.

      I love that—thank you for sharing!!

      Mae West was a hoot!!

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  2. masercot says:

    I tried following Monday’s advice, but I tripped on a bush and rolled downhill. The rescue workers couldn’t get to me because there was no road or path. When a helicopter finally got me out, the response team told me to stick to the path, next time…

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    1. hethrgood says:

      Try, try again?

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  3. Monday – but I don’t want to kill the grass, so I choose where there isn’t any already (the path).
    Tuesday – Sometimes we can correct the regret. Or just forget about it, if we really want to. But it’s true that it will probably gnaw at us longer than fear.
    Wednesday – I like this one.
    Thursday – sometimes it’s hard to decide what to do with the time when we have so many things to do. Sometimes they choose themselves and we’re just playing catch up. It’s not easy to take back control.
    Friday – *shrug*
    Saturday – but we don’t know that we’re lost in the right direction. We just know we’re lost. Unless it’s in a place we enjoy. I went on a bike ride over the weekend and ended up not knowing where I was (the signs are misleading and don’t occur consistently), but I knew I was enjoying the ride, so I just kept going and figured it out.
    Sunday – I don’t know about that… Once might be either too much or not enough. How many people reach the golden middle?

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    1. hethrgood says:

      Assuming there is a path through the grass in the first place, that is.

      Are we really ever in control?!

      Sometimes we do know that we’re lost in the right direction though. The hubs and I have gone on hikes in the woods with no clear trails, so we kind of blindly wander through and see what we see, then retrace our steps to get back to where we started. I think the point of the quote is more about knowing your destination and setting out towards it, but not necessarily knowing all the directions to get there.

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    2. hethrgood says:

      Also, how would anyone know they were in the golden middle?

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