Do you dread Monday mornings? Are you struggling to find the motivation to start the week? Fear not, because I’ve got just the thing to make you smile and skip in your step. Introducing our collection of funny quotes to kickstart your Monday morning!
These witty one-liners and hilarious quips will lift your mood, brighten your day, and prepare you to take on whatever the week has in store. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and enjoy a laugh or two to start your week off right!
Laughter on your Monday morning.
Laughter is a powerful tool for improving your mood and boosting your productivity, especially on a Monday morning when you feel sluggish and unmotivated. Laughing releases endorphins, which are natural feel-good chemicals that can reduce stress and improve your overall well-being.
It also helps reduce cortisol levels, a hormone associated with stress. In addition, you feel more relaxed and happy when you laugh, leading to increased creativity and problem-solving abilities. So, incorporating some humor and laughter into your Monday morning routine can improve your mood and help you tackle tasks with a more positive and energized mindset.
A good laugh can be just what you need to shake off the Monday blues and set the tone for a productive, happy, and enjoyable week ahead.
Funny Quotes For Your Monday Morning.
- “Mondays should be optional.” – Author Unknown.
- “Monday is like a math problem. Add the irritation, subtract the sleep, multiply the problems, divide the happiness.” – Author Unknown.
- “If each day is a gift, I’d like to know where I can return Monday.” – Author Unknown.
- “The worst moment today has happened. That was when the alarm went off, and I realized it was Monday.” – Author Unknown.
- “Why does getting up on Monday seem way harder than getting up on Friday?” – Author Unknown.
- “Candy is the world’s way of making up for Mondays.” – Rebecca Gober
- “When life gives you Monday, dip it in glitter and sparkle all day.” – Ella Woodward
- “Does running away from Monday count as cardio?” – Author Unknown
- “The awfulness of Monday mornings is the world’s greatest common denominator.” – Kenneth Fearing
- “New beginnings are available to us over 50 times a year, called Mondays”. – Byron Pulsiffer
- “Good morning is a contradiction of terms.” – Jim Davis
- “The only good Monday is the one in bed.” – Lee Horton
- “Monday is an awful way to spend 1/7 of your life.” – Stephen Wright
- “Imagine having Mondays as a holiday, and then it would be the best thing. Will someone please assist me in making it an official holiday and solve all our Monday blues.” – Rolland Mars
- “I like coffee because it gives me the illusion that I might be awake.” — Lewis Black
- “There should be a rule against people trying to be funny before the sun comes up.” – Kristen Chandler
- “When reality and dreams collide, typically it’s just your alarm clock going off.” — Crystal Woods
- “Birds scream at the top of their lungs in horrified hellish rage every morning at daybreak to warn us all of the truth, but sadly we don’t speak bird.” — Kurt Cobain
- “I hate mornings; they start so early.” — Janet Evanovich
- “You feel a little older in the morning. By noon I feel about 55.” — Bob Dole
- “Everyone wants me to be a morning person. I could be one, only if morning began after noon.” — Tony Smite
- “Love is blind. Especially in the morning, because I can’t see a damn thing before having coffee.” — Aleksandra Ninkovic
- “Keep the dream alive: Hit the snooze button.” — Punit Ghadge
- “Today’s goals: Coffee and kindness. Maybe two coffees and then kindness.” — Nanea Hoffman
- “Lose an hour in the morning, and you will spend all day looking for it.” — Richard Whately
- “Morning is wonderful. Its only drawback is that it comes at such an inconvenient time of day.” — Glen Cook
- “I hate when I dream of alarm clocks going off.” — Jarod Kintz
- “Progress isn’t made by early risers. It’s made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something. — Robert Heinlein
- “Every morning I get up and look through the Forbes list of the richest people in America. If I’m not there, I go to work”. — Robert Orben
- “I hate mornings; they start so early.” — Janet Evanovich
- “I want to live my life in such a way that when I get out of bed in the morning, the devil says, “Aw s***, he’s up!” – Steve Maraboli
- “Sunrise is starting to feel like a guilt trip.” – Kris Kidd
- “Good morning, fellow night owls. If only sleep were an Olympic event, we’d be unbeatable champions.”
- “Morning will come whether you set the alarm or not.”
- “A yawn is a silent scream for coffee. Have you gotten your fix yet? Good morning to you! And stop screaming. “
- “Early morning cheerfulness can be extremely obnoxious.” – William Feather
- “I always say “Morning” instead of “Good Morning.” If it were a good morning, I would still be asleep in bed instead of talking to people.”
- “Eat a live frog first thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.” – Mark Twain
- “People who say “Good morning” should be forced to prove it.”
- “There are two kinds of people in this world: 1. Morning people. 2. People who want to shoot morning people.”
Starting the week off on the right foot can be challenging, but incorporating some humor and laughter into your Monday morning routine can make a huge difference. A good laugh can help reduce stress, boost creativity, and improve problem-solving abilities, leading to a more productive and enjoyable week.
The funny quotes I’ve shared here can help you start your day with a smile and a chuckle, setting a positive tone for the rest of the day. So, next time you’re feeling down on a Monday morning, try adding some humor to your day with one of these quotes. Remember, laughter is the best medicine, and a good sense of humor can go a long way in helping you navigate the challenges of the workweek.
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Natasha MacFarlane is a writer, blogger, and mental health advocate. After being diagnosed in her 20’s with bipolar disorder, Natasha has worked tirelessly to educate others’, culivate community, and share her experiences to ensure no one ever feels alone. In doing so, Natasha has two self-published poetry books exploring some of her darkest times, 2 blogs, and an Instagram community that has grown exponentially in it’s only 6 months of being around. When Natasha isn’t writing, you can find her walking in nature with her toes in the grass, listening to her favorite true crime podcasts or playing soccer with her 3 kids. Natasha enjoys a slower pace of life in a small rural Manitoba town with her husband three kids and is fueled by her passion for words.