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These Fall Quotes Will Make You Want To Cozy Up In A Warm Sweater

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There are so many things to love about the fall season. Whether you’re completely obsessed with the beautiful colors of foliage, the scent of pumpkin candles, traditional fall activities like apple picking and pumpkin carving, or cozying up to watch fall movies, this picture-perfect time of year offers something for just about everyone. (Ree can think of lots of things, too—she loves this season!)

If that wasn’t convincing enough, here’s another way to get you in the mood: read some of the best fall quotes that will make you feel warm, cozy, and all the other good adjectives that fall brings! (If you’re feeling like a social guru, some of these could even work as fall Instagram captions!)

Lyrical lines will delight like Virginia Woolf’s “And all the lives we ever lived and all the lives to be are full of trees and changing leaves…” and George Eliot’s “Is not this a true autumn day? Just the still melancholy that I love—that makes life and nature harmonize.” But we’ve also got some more fun options to share with the kids, like Winnie the Pooh’s ode to the season: “It’s the first day of autumn! A time of hot chocolatey mornings, toasty marshmallow evenings, and, best of all, leaping into leaves!” You’ll find plenty of simple truisms here as well. A short John Burroughs quote comes to mind: “How beautiful the leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.”

What’s not to love about autumn? We’re sharing the best fall quotes, including sayings that’ll make you fall in love with the season all over again.

10 Monday Motivation Quotes That Will Instantly Cheer You Up To Chase Your Dreams

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Highlights

  •  1 Start your Monday with gratitude in heart and good thoughts in mind
  •  2    Be thankful for whatever you have in your life and shine in your Monday blues
  •  3      Grab all the new opportunities that the new week offers you

Monday Motivation: After enjoying a good weekend with family and friends, many people look for motivation to start their new week. Several thoughts come to one’s mind about starting a new day. Some people plan their day, and some do not. Majorly Monday is a working day where people go to work and plan all the things that they will be doing this week. Some also start their new day by thanking God and expressing their gratitude for things that had happened in their life. It is a new beginning of the week which offers a person new opportunities with a lot of motivation.

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Quotes that will boost up your Monday:

  • “When you arise in the morning think of what a privilege it is to be alive, to think, to enjoy, to love…” – Marcus Aurelius
  • “Every morning you have two choices: continue to sleep with your dreams or wake up and chase them”. – Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • “Just one small positive thought in the morning can change your whole day.”– Dalai Lama
  • “Either you run the day or the day runs you.” – Jim Rohn
  • “People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.”– Dale Carnegie
  • “Your Monday morning thoughts set the tone for your whole week. See yourself getting stronger, and living a fulfilling, happier & healthier life.” –Germany Kent
  • “Okay, it’s Monday but who said Mondays have to suck? Be a rebel and have a great day anyway”. – Kimberly Jiménez
  • “If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.”– Jim Rohn
  • “The secret of getting ahead is getting started”. – Mark Twain
  • “A ship is always safe at shore but that is not what it’s built for.” – Albert Einstein

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4 Quotes From Week 3 Of Chargers OTAs That Stood Out

The Chargers continued their voluntary organized team activities (OTAs) this past Tuesday, which was then followed by media availability where three players and one coach spoke.

Here’s some of what they had to say:

DC Renaldo Hill: “We have a lot to work with right now.”

Hill’s time on the podium was all about diversity on the defensive end, something he said was a focus for the team going into the offseason. Hill also mentioned that most of the additions were guys they felt fit the defensive scheme better than last year’s players did and said linebacker Kyle Van Noy as a “jack of all trades” that the team is excited to have in the building. Later on, Hill also emphasized the importance of competition in the secondary in ensuring that backups are prepared to play if their number gets called.

That competitive atmosphere and its benefits can probably be extended to the defensive line as well, where several players have uncertain roles or roster spots heading into the heat of summer. It sounds as though year two of Staley and Hill’s scheme will emphasize versatility, which could lead to some surprise roster decisions down the line. It also means that the defense should be better equipped to deceive opposing offenses.

DL Morgan Fox: “I’m grateful and happy to be part of this room.”

Fox confirmed what’s been shown on Twitter for the last few days by telling reporters that the defensive line room has been getting along swimmingly despite so many new additions this offseason. He also confirmed that the calls and verbiage of the defense are the same as when he played for Staley on the other side of town.

While there’s not any evidence that morale was low on the defensive line last season, it’s refreshing to see that the entire room is having as good of a time as they are this year. Locker room morale is an oft-underrated aspect of on-field performance, and the early returns this season seem to suggest that these successful new relationships between teammates will engender more success on the field.

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Another point of comfort for Chargers fans: if all the nuances of the defensive scheme are truly the same as they were for the Rams in 2020, the defense has a leg up on fine-tuning their knowledge with so many former Rams now in the building to serve as tutors. Fox, Joseph-Day, and linebacker Troy Reeder all have prior experience in the system and should be able to pass along their tips and tricks to the rest of the team, which could lead to big returns.

LB Kyle Van Noy: “I’m trying to get the most out of players around me.”

Van Noy echoed Hill’s comments about competition, saying that he wants every guy on the team to do well because that competitive atmosphere will inspire him to be his best. He also said that everything about the Chargers organization convinced him to come to play in LA before telling reporters that his exact role in the defense is a “secret.”

Van Noy’s enthusiasm for the culture that the Chargers have built under Brandon Staley is excellent news for keeping talent home and convincing them to come to LA. While traditionally a “big market” team, the Rams have always seemed to have better luck luring talent to the City of Angels than the Chargers have. Van Noy’s comments suggest that it may be shifting in favor of the Bolts, although it’ll still be even at best given the Rams’ continued hyper-aggressiveness.

The fact that Van Noy declines to tell reporters what his exact role in the defense is going to be is notable, as it implies that he’s going to be asked to do just about everything on the field. That’s something that many fans guessed when he was signed, but I think it does lend credence to the theory that he’ll spend time at off-ball linebacker to supplement Drue Tranquill and Kenneth Murray. Of course, that’s in addition to his role as a secondary edge rusher behind Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack.

TE Donald Parham Jr.: “I had to take my time and just think about if this was something that I wanted to do for the rest of my career.”

Parham was candid with the media in saying he wasn’t sure he’d ever return to the field after a nasty concussion against the Chiefs in week 15 that kept him from playing for the rest of the season. He said he didn’t feel back to normal until the end of February to early March. Now, Parham is fully healthy and feels motivated by a locker room that he said: “makes me feel like part of a family.”

On the one hand, it’s a frightening look at the reality of concussions to hear that Parham didn’t feel himself until nearly three months after his injury occurred. Nobody could blame him for not being willing to risk returning after an injury like that. On the other hand, it’s again a testament to the culture Staley and GM Tom Telesco have built that Parham feels so strongly about his teammates that he decided he was willing to battle back from such a severe setback.

Few players have worked more challenging to get to where they are than Parham, who has risen from the XFL to even be on the roster, let alone play such a significant role as the second tight end next to Gerald Everett. We should all hope he breaks out in a big way and stays healthy in 2022.

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