Weekends are great and everyone loves them.
We all have hobbies and wish lists. We want to spend time with our families and friends and create marvellous memories together.
We want to be able to escape the race and do nothing once in a while. For all these reasons and many others, we love weekends so much.
Check out these quotes to see why weekends are so refreshing and necessary for our well-being. You will realize that the best stories you’ve got happened on a weekend.
1. On Sharing
The only reason why we ask other people how their weekend was is so we can tell them about our own weekend. ~ Chuck Palahniuk
Weekends are always the highlight of our week, that is why we love to share with others the amazing things we did. Asking other people about their weekends is a great way to start a fun and interesting conversation, and hear tips about great places or great activities.
2. On Living to the Fullest
Hands up if you’re ready to do something you’ll regret this weekend. Go forth! You have my blessing. ~ Florence Welch
If we spend the whole week at work, the weekend is all about freedom and spontaneity. On weekends, we are allowed to let go of any restrictions, inhibitions, and fears, and to do all the crazy things we always wanted to do.
3. On the Joys of Weekend
I am always happy to meet my friend, and my friend is my weekend. ~ Debasish Mridha
We are always waiting for the weekend like we would wait on a best friend to visit us. The weekend is our chance to have some time for ourselves by leaving behind all obligations and responsibilities. The weekend is all about us and our desires.
4. On Rest and Peace
Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week. ~ Joseph Addison
A good Sunday can make us forget all the hardships and struggles of a tough working week while preparing us for a fresh new start. Sundays are all about rest, peace, and good vibes that refill our reserve of energy and vitality.
5. On Having Fun
Weekends don’t count unless you spend them doing something completely pointless. ~ Bill Watterson
A good weekend is usually about forgetting about plans or goals, and just going with the flow, even if we end up doing pointless, unproductive things. The beautiful thing about the weekend is that we can do whatever we want without feeling guilty for it.
6. On Productivity
Always strive to excel, but only on weekends. ~ Richard Rorty
If we strive for excellence in our work, we should strive for excellent weekends as well. Weekends are moments we regain for ourselves and the moments when we create some of our best memories. Great weekends give us enough energy so we can the best in both our personal and professional lives.
7. On Waiting for the Weekend
Weekends are a bit like rainbows; they look good from a distance but disappear when you get up close to them. ~ John Shirley
In some tough weeks, weekends are like the light at the end of the tunnel. We can barely wait for the weekend to begin, yet as soon as it’s weekend we realize how many things we would like to go and how little time we have.
8. On Best Days
Better days are coming. They are called Saturday and Sunday. ~ Unknown
Whenever we feel down, we remember that Saturday and Sunday are coming, giving us the chance to decompress and regain some strength. The most beloved days of the week, Saturday and Sunday are always there to cheer us up.
9. On Short Weekends
There aren’t enough days in the weekend. ~ Rod Schmidt
The weekend is always too short for all the things we would like to do. Even worse, time flies very fast when we are doing fun things. The only way to extend our weekend is to take a job that makes all weekdays interesting and exciting.
10. On Saturday Vs. Sunday
It’s a fine line between Saturday night and Sunday morning. ~ Jimmy Buffett
On Saturday night it feels like anything can happen. It is a long night that is often hard to forget. When we wake up on Sunday morning, we have a new great story to share with friends and new memories to keep us happy during the week.
11. On Waking Up Early
Be in the habit of getting up bright and early on the weekends. Why waste such precious time in bed? ~ Marilyn Vos Savant
Waking up early on the weekends seems like a tough thing to do. After all, weekends are for leisure and relaxation. While it is true, waking up early gives us more time to do the things we love. Moreover, maintaining the same schedule the whole week makes it easier to wake up.
12. On Wild Weekends
A wild and crazy weekend involves sitting on the front porch, smoking a cigar, reading a book. ~ Robert M. Gates
A good weekend does not have to be about wild parties and crazy, spontaneous adventures. At least once in a while, we can spend our weekends on simple pleasures that give our bodies and our minds the chance to rest and relax.
13. On Sunday Evenings
Sunday evenings often feel like the weekend is over before it’s even begun. ~ Catherine McCormack
Sunday evening is that moment of the weekend when we realize that the fun is over and we have to prepare to take over our adult responsibilities again. At few other times, we feel so acutely how fast our days go by, and how much we need the weekend.
14. On Enjoying Every Moment
Why wait for the weekend to have fun. ~ Loesje
Everyone expects the weekend like it would be a promise of fun and happiness. The fact that we wait for the weekend to have fun tells us that we don’t really know how to make our entire week a fun ride. We don’t have to wait for the weekend to enjoy every second of our lives.
15. On Having a Great Week
A Sunday well spent brings a week of content. ~ Proverb
If Saturday is for fun, Sunday is perfect for relaxing and restoring some energy for the new week ahead. When we spend our Sunday well, we start the new week in a positive mood that will allow us to make the most of our days.
16. On Peaceful Weekends
I’m learning the power of going away for the weekend and keeping myself company. ~ Zoe Saldana
Weekends should be spent going what we want best, even if the only thing we want is enjoying our own company. We need time alone to reconnect with our inner selves and to find a sense of inner balance. Going away for the weekend somewhere where nothing can bother us can do wonders.
17. On Forgetting About Schedules
You know what I want to do? Wake up one weekend and not have to go anywhere and do nothing. ~ Derek Jeter
It is refreshing to know that we can still have a great weekend, even without making plans or having an actual schedule. Staying at home and doing nothing is a perfectly reasonable way to spend a weekend. We don’t have to check things off a list to feel happy and at peace.
18. On Fridays
Music always sounds better on Friday. ~ Lou Brutus
On Friday, everything feels easier and better because the thought of freedom lingers in our minds. The sense of anticipation and the expectations we have for the weekend make us restless, yet already more receptive to fun things, such as music.
19. On Friday Vs. Monday
Why is Monday so far away from Friday and Friday so close to Monday? ~ Unknown
Monday and Friday are in weird positions. They are so close to the weekend, yet they’re still working days. Every Monday we hope that Friday comes sooner, and every Friday we dread the thought of Monday. In between, we have the weekend, our favorite days.
20. On Spending Time with Family
Spend some time this weekend on home improvement; improve your attitude toward your family. ~ Bo Bennett
Weekends are a great opportunity to spend some quality time with our families. Everyone is free of other responsibilities so we can devote some attention to the people we love, either sharing some meaningful conversations or doing some fun activity together.
21. On Grey Saturdays
Life is a wretched gray Saturday, but it has to be lived through. ~ Anthony Burgess
The worst that can happen on a Saturday is having bad weather ruining all our weekend plans. Bad weather will change our plans, but it does not have to actually ruin our entire weekend. Life often puts us in unexpected scenarios like this, but our resilience should be stronger than that.
22. On Doing Fun Things
I believe that it is a mandatory Law of the Universe that on Fridays, you have to do something a little fun. ~ Hanna Rhoades
To ensure a good start for the weekend, we can begin by adding small doses of fun to our daily routine. Especially on Fridays, doing something fun can set the tone for an amazing Saturday and Sunday. A great mood is contagious.
23. On Leisure Time
Weekends don’t pay as well as weekdays but at least there’s football. ~ S.A. Sachs
In our modern times, productivity is so ingrained in our values that we feel guilty for our spare time. Weekends might not be productive, but they are about doing things we enjoy, so we can remain healthy and happy people.
24. On Sunday Blues
The feeling of Sunday is the same everywhere, heavy, melancholy, standing still. ~ Jean Rhys
Everywhere in the world, people love the weekend and dread the end of it. Sundays, especially, seem to have the same flavor everywhere. If on Saturdays, some people party, some relax, and others spend time with thier family, Sundays are the same for everyone, melancholic and serene.
25. On Working on Saturdays
On the Sixth Day, God created man, the sort of result you often get when you go in to work on a Saturday. ~ Robert Brault
Nobody wants to be at work on Saturday, that is why there is no wonder then jobs done on Saturday do not maintain the same level of efficiency as in other days of the week. On Saturdays, we already have five other days of work behind, and our energy is very low.
26. On Enjoying Solitude
I’d be quite happy if I spent from Saturday night until Monday morning alone in my apartment. ~ Audrey Hepburn
When other people share stories about the fun they had during the weekend, others might feel guilty if they don’t have an interesting story to share. For some people being alone in their cozy homes is a perfect way to spend their weekend, and they don’t need to apologize for that.
27. On Successful Weekends
Oldtimers, weekends, and airplane landings are alike. If you can walk away from them, they’re successful. ~ Casey Stengel
Many wild and crazy things can happen on a weekend. If we can walk to work on Monday morning and have a good, productive day, it does not matter what we did during the weekend. It is our freedom to decide how we want to spend our free time.
28. On Waiting for Freedom
Fridays are the hardest in some ways: you’re so close to freedom. ~ Lauren Oliver
In some ways, Fridays are both the easiest and hardest days. The work feels easier with the thought of the weekend on our minds, but our restlessness makes it harder to focus. Friday is a day of passage, with freedom waiting just outside the door.
29. On Relaxation and Fun
Weekends are sacred for me. They’re the perfect time to relax and spend time with family and friends. ~ Marcus Samuelsson
When our work goes through moments of pressure, we feel that it is easy to give up on a weekend to work since we don’t seem to do much on weekends anyway. This is a fallacious way to think. Our minds and our bodies need rest, otherwise, we cannot stay strong for a long time.
30. On Being Unavailable
Unless it’s an emergency, don’t bother me after 6:00 p.m. and on weekends. ~ Merv Griffin
It is allowed to be selfish on the weekends. It is our right not to be available for work calls, meetings, and other types of obligations. If we give our best for five days per week, keeping two days to spend as we please is not only reasonable but also necessary for our well-being.
31. On Choosing to Work
I still work weekends because I like it; I enjoy it. I just don’t care. ~ Edgardo Osorio
There are people for whom weekdays or weekends don’t bring much difference. They are the kind of people who love what they do and who strive for excellence. When our work is our passion, the line between spare time and working time is very blurry.