65 Long Day Quotes On Success In Life

These long day quotes will inspire you. Long day, very tired from something like work or school and want to finally rest.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging long day quotes, long day sayings, and long day proverbs.

Best Long Day Quotes

  1. “Just the knowledge that a good book is waiting one at the end of a long day makes that day happier.” ~ Kathleen Norris
  2. “Sometimes it feels like my life is just one long day.” ~ John Mayer
  3. “After a long day, my favorite way to unwind is by going running. Not exactly the most relaxing activity, granted, but I always imagine I’m sweating out all the things weighing on my mind.” ~ Becca Fitzpatrick , Relaxing long day quotes
  4. “Long days and pleasant nights” ~ Stephen King
  5. “Everything looked and sounded unreal. Nothing was what it is. That’s what I wanted – to be alone with myself in another world where truth is untrue and life can hide from itself.” ~ Eugene O’Neill

  6. “At the end of the day – the long day of your life – as people stand around your grave no one will talk about how big your house was, or how many cars you owned, or your boat or plane… they will only talk about ONE thing and ONE thing ONLY: LOVE! How much you loved them and how much they loved you. So the goal then is to live a life of love. That is all.” ~ John Spence
  7. “The long day wanes; the slow moon climbs the deep.” ~ Alfred Lord Tennyson
  8. “Not a long day, but a good heart rids worke.” ~ George Herbert
  9. “Often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us.” ~ Helen Keller
  10. “The long days are no happier than the short ones.” ~ Philip James Bailey

  11. “Patience is a good palfrey, and will carry us a long day.” ~ Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
  12. “The past is the present, isn’t it? It’s the future too.” ~ Eugene O’Neill
  13. “Does the road wind up-hill all the way? Yes, to the very end.” ~ Christina Rossetti
  14. “Sometimes I felt as if there were no tomorrows, that everything, my whole life, was crammed into one long day. A continuous stretch of meaningless time. Sometimes I even wished there was no tomorrow, if this was all I had to look forward to.” ~ Julie Anne Peters
  15. “I work really long days and I work seven day weeks.” ~ Francine Prose

  16. “Does the road wind up-hill all the way? Yes, to the very end. Will the day’s journey take the whole long day? From morn to night, my friend.” ~ Grantland Rice , Long day quotes friendship
  17. “The last thing I want is to walk into my house after a long day and see all the Grammys and awards. It would make me feel weird.” ~ Alicia Keys
  18. “Here was a new generation, shouting the old cries, learning the old creeds, through a revery of long days and nights; destined finally to go out into that dirty gray turmoil to follow love and pride; a new generation dedicated more than the last to the fear of poverty and the worship of success; grown up to find all Gods dead, all wars fought, all faiths in man shaken.” ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald
  19. “I use music as a tool for my own personal sanity, one might say. After a long day or something, I can always come home and sit down and play a song, or write a song, just relax and kind of space out with my guitar.” ~ Michael Graziadei
  20. “Achievement is the entirety of little deliberations, rehashed all the live long day.” ~ Robert Collier

  21. “When it’s been a long day of climbing, and I feel like I can’t go any farther, I concentrate on the next three feet. And then the next three feet; and then the next three feet. Pretty soon, I’m at the top.” ~ Royal Robbins
  22. “Today we fight. Tomorrow we fight. The day after, we fight. And if this disease plans on whipping us, it better bring a lunch, ’cause it’s gonna have a long day doing it.” ~ Jim Beaver
  23. “With aching hands and bleeding feet
    We dig and heap, lay stone on stone;
    We bear the burden and the heat
    Of the long day, and wish ’twere done.
    Not till the hours of light return
    All we have built do we discern.” ~ Matthew Arnold
  24. “Memories of your childhood come back and are so clear and vivid it’s like being young again. Colours seem brighter and more brilliant. Laughter seems part of daily life where before it was infrequent or didn’t exist at all. A phone call or two during the day helps to get you through a long day’s work and always brings a smile to your face.” ~ Bob Marley , Long day quotes work
  25. “His lips tasted cool and sharp, peppermint, winter, but his hands, soft on the back of my neck, promised long days and summer and forever.” ~ Maggie Stiefvater

  26. “My shoulders sagged. Really, is it too much to ask that I be able to come home from a long day of work and relax? Oh, no. I have to come home and read a bunch of letters written to the love of my life by his fiancée, who, if I am correct, had him killed a hundred and fifty years ago. Then, as if that is not bad enough, he wants me to explain the Vietnam War.” ~ Meg Cabot
  27. “After a long day, folk rest at night. After a long summer, folk play games and sit about in the winter. After a long life folk sit about the fire and stay warm, for the chill of death is upon them, and even the thickest bearskin can’t keep off the shivering.” ~ Jane Smiley
  28. “I remember a long, long day of filming and it took forever to get Kirk Douglas up on his cross. We played a terrible joke on him when, as he was safely installed, the assistant director called lunch and left him up there. He could have had the lot of us fired but he was very good about it. You have to have a sense of humor in this industry.” ~ Jean Simmons
  29. “I regard a love for poetry as one of the most needful and helpful elements in the life-outfit of a human being. It was the greatest of blessings to me, in the long days of toil to which I was shut in much earlier than most young girls are, that the poetry I held in my memory breathed its enchanted atmosphere through me and around me, and touched even dull drudgery with its sunshine.” ~ Lucy Larcom
  30. “Good digestions, the gray monotony of provincial life, and the boredom-ah the soul-destroying boredom-of long days of mild content.” ~ Jean-Paul Sartre

  31. “Listen to the Water-Mill: Through the live-long day How the clicking of its wheel Wears the hours away! Languidly the Autumn wind Stirs the forest leaves, From the field the reapers sing Binding up their sheaves: And a proverb haunts my mind As a spell is cast, “The mill cannot grind With the water that is past.” ~ Sarah Doudney
  32. “I was one of Them: the Strange Ones. The Funny People. The Odd Tribes of autograph collectors and photographers. The Ones who waited through long days and nights, who used other people’s dreams for their lives.” ~ Ray Bradbury
  33. “The surprise of the fight on the long day, of the experiments with the shorter one, has been not only that the business could stand it, but that the business thrived under it as surely as the man did. It is but another of the proofs which are heaping up in American industry to-day that whatever is good for men and women – contributes to their health, happiness, development – is good for business.” ~ Ida Tarbell
  34. “When you go from movie to movie, it’s like going from family to family. You work with people for really intense hours on really long days and a bond happens. So even when a movie is terrible, you love it.” ~ Matthew Lillard
  35. “When all within is peace How nature seems to smile Delights that never cease The live-long day beguile” ~ William Cowper

  36. “I think there are some things that we got accomplished in the last two weeks. Our defending was good and our offensive line took some strides, but we will look at it and analyze it so it will be a long day tomorrow.” ~ Les Miles
  37. “[On her collaboration with Adolph Green:] We stare at each other. We meet, whether or not we have a project, just to keep up a continuity of working. There are long periods when nothing happens, and it’s just boring and disheartening. But we have a theory that nothing’s wasted, even those long days of staring at one another. You sort of have to believe that, don’t you? That you had to go through all that to get to the day when something did happen.” ~ Betty Comden
  38. “it is a mistake to talk of the twilight of age, or the blurred sight of old people. The long day grows clearer at its close, and the petty fogs of prejudice which rose between us and our fellows in youth melt away as the sun goes down. At last we see God’s creatures as they are.” ~ Rebecca Harding Davis
  39. “Hard, withering toil only can achieve a name; and long days and months and years must be passed in the chase of that bubble, reputation, which, when once grasped, breaks in your eager clutch into a hundred lesser bubbles, that soar above you still.” ~ Donald Grant Mitchell
  40. “It would be nice to have someone to go back to, a girl to call at the end of the night after a long day.” ~ Nicholas Braun

  41. “But this is not a world of free freights. One pays according to an iron schedule–for every strength the balanced weakness; for every high a corresponding low; for every fictitious god-like moment an equivalent time in reptilian slime. For every feat of telescoping long days and weeks of life into mad magnificent instants, one must pay with shortened life, and, oft-times, with savage usury added.” ~ Jack London
  42. “I realized that for many people attending a reading is like watching television at the end of a long day. They don’t want to be sad but to laugh. Chances are they’ll pick the sitcoms over the horror movies. So I learned that, while one’s larger body of fiction can have quite a bit of sadness and conflict and tragedy in it , in a reading environment, the average audience member seems able to tolerate only a little bit of sadness. They’d much rather the reading be sexy, funny, and witty. Life is hard these days. There’s more than enough sadness in the world, so I can’t blame them.” ~ Chinelo Okparanta
  43. “That enforced time when you have to switch off, that you’re on a plane, is so unusual these days. It’s just that thing of not being able to interact with other people through e-mails or social media or whatever. It’s crazy how you even notice that you’re not able to do that. I find that the kind of traveling – long days, particularly if you go somewhere to do a show, and then traveling again the next day – a lot of people would find pretty challenging, but I find it energizing in a weird way.” ~ Johnny Marr
  44. “The thing is, when you’re kind of creatively self-employed, your brain just kind of chooses the path of least resistance, so if you really exhausted and you’ve had a long day, then that’s typically when you might respond to emails or if you’re on a plane and have nothing else to do, then you might listen to music and write these satirical pieces trying to explain the charts with music theory.” ~ Owen Pallett
  45. “time spent in being interrupted is not time lost. … How do we know but that the interruption we snarl at is the most blessed thing that has come to us in long days?” ~ Anna Robertson Brown Lindsay

  46. “My summer tip is to taste the freedom given by the long days – and by the holidays!” ~ Stefano Gabbana
  47. “When I was in college my improvisation troupe and I did a road trip to Chicago, and went to The Second City to see the classic ‘Paradigm Lost’ revue – with Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch, Scott Adsit and Kevin Dorff. It blew my mind, and proved to me you can do sketch comedy like you’re doing ‘Long Day’s Journey into Night.’ We could treat it like theater.” ~ Mike Birbiglia
  48. “Film work is hard work. It’s long days, and quite often quite dismaying locations you have to be in.” ~ Joanna Lumley
  49. “It has been well said that if a great king should bring us a great heap of gold, and bid us take as much as we could count in a day, we should make a long day of it; but to win souls is far nobler work. How is it that we so soon withdraw from it?” ~ Charles Spurgeon
  50. “There’s always something ridiculous happening on the set, especially when people get tired because of the long days.” ~ Chiwetel Ejiofor

  51. “At the end of the day, I’m reading the news. I’m not digging ditches. I’m not fighting fires. It’s a long day, and it’s a lot of responsibility, and it can be a little bewildering sometimes with the schedule. But, you know, it’s a job, and they pay me well to do a job.” ~ Lester Holt
  52. “If I had a dreamcatcher when I was thirteen, it would have spent many long days in the dryer.” ~ Dana Gould
  53. “There’s no excuse for domestic violence. It sounds like a challenge. I mean, does everything have to be so black-and-white in this kindergarten country of ours? What if you come home from a long day at work and your wife has drowned two of your kids – she’s about to dunk the third one. Can you run over and pop her then? Unfortunately no, there’s no excuse. You’re going to have to let her drown that third one.” ~ Daniel Tosh
  54. “I am a nonbeliever myself. But I think there’s so much about religion that is not factual in nature as to why people engage with it and what it means to them. You can debunk why you think there’s no physical evidence for God and why the story of Jesus didn’t really happen that way and stuff like that all the live-long day, and it’s not going to make a difference to what role religion has in people’s lives and how they feel about it and how it makes their lives better or worse.” ~ Adam Conover
  55. “You have moments where you do appearances and people recognize you and you get fan letters, but that’s after you’ve put in long days rehearsing, filming and for us kids – going to school on the set.” ~ Ken Osmond

  56. “How to extract its honey from the flower of the world. That is my everyday business. I am as busy as a bee about it. I ramble over fields on that errand and am never so happy as when I feel myself heavy with honey and wax. I am like a bee searching the livelong day for the sweets of nature.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  57. “After a long day at work, I want someone to come home, turn on my video and think, “Oh my god, how girls get ready? This is hilarious, I love this, I’m forgetting about all my problems.”” ~ Lilly Singh , After long day quotes
  58. “The long nights that Pier Giorgio Frassati spent on his knees in front of the Blessed Sacrament had something to do with the long days spent in service of the poor.” ~ Robert Barron
  59. “Oliver Stone will never be happy with the first take. He wants more than that. When you’re delivering your lines, he’ll stop you and tell you some kind of riddle about the character and you have to go away and figure that out. If you’re hoping for him to give you all the answers, then you’re in for a long day.” ~ Guillermo del Toro
  60. “And I leave the children the long, long days to be merry in in a thousand ways, and the Night, and the trail of the Milky Way to wonder at.” ~ Williston Fish

  61. “Suffice it to say, during the whole long day I came not to the conclusion, even once, that the southern slave, fed, clothed, whipped and protected by his master, is happier than the free colored citizen of the North. To that conclusion I have never since arrived.” ~ Solomon Northup
  62. “[Fatherhood] is everything…. The hardest job in the world, the most rewarding job in the world…. We put in long days. And to go home and have dinner with your kids, and have to discipline one of them who’s out of line, and still have the energy for that is…. I can’t explain the fulfillment of that, but it is everything.” ~ Brad Pitt
  63. “After a long day of trying, to make my songs pay, making love all day against the wall in the hallway.” ~ Tupac Shakur

  64. “Spiritual Love is born of sorrow. . . . For men love one another with spiritual love only when they have suffered the same sorrow together, when through long days they have plowed the stony ground buried beneath the common yoke of a common grief. It is then that they know one another and feel one another and feel with one another in their common anguish, and so they pity one another and love one another.” ~ Miguel de Unamuno
  65. “I won’t miss having to stand for two hours at 4:30 a.m. and have freezing cold glue applied to my feet. I won’t miss two-hour drives to work or long, long, long days sitting in my trailer waiting…waiting…waiting. I won’t miss one day off a week. I won’t miss glue in my ears. But I would do it all again tomorrow.” ~ Dominic Monaghan

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