Whiteboard Wall Quotes February 2023

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Whiteboard Wall Quotes February 2023
Whiteboard Wall Quotes for February 2023

Is your whiteboard wall ready for February? Although February is the shortest month of the year, it’s chock-full of festive days, including Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, and President’s Day. It’s also Black History Month, American Heart Month, and National Cancer Prevention Month.

February is in mid-winter, so there’s plenty of cold weather to contend with. But there are many sizzling February holidays that can help keep you warm. The first popular one is on February 2nd, Groundhog Day when a little groundhog emerges from his burrow to forecast how many weeks of winter will remain.

Then, on the 14th, love is in the air to warm everyone’s heart on Valentine’s Day, followed by the less well-known but still heart-warming Singles Awareness Day on the 15th. You can easily fill your whiteboard wall with these February holidays and a host of fun special days like National Dark Chocolate Day on the 1st, National Ukulele Day on the 2nd, and National Carrot Cake Day on the 3rd.

Besides celebrating these days, you can get a head start on your spring cleaning in honor of the month’s namesake, the goddess Februa. The ancient Romans named a cleansing ritual after her because they viewed Februa as a purifier of people and things.

However you choose to spend the month of February, you can get some inspiration, some food for thought, or a bit of humor from the following quotes about February and Valentine’s Day after posting them on your whiteboard wall.

If you’ve ever been in a relationship, you realize that humor is vital to making romance last. Between the stress of family life, the demands of parenthood, and the workaday grind, adding some levity to your daily agenda is essential because laughter is always the best form of medicine. Humor really is our saving grace, as it goes a long way toward helping us stay mentally and physically fit.

Humor also increases our energy levels. Reading or seeing funny things has an energizing effect on the mind and body. As a result, it enhances our overall well-being and can help improve our memory. What’s more, laughter has a number of health benefits, such as lowering stress hormones and reducing tension in the body.

Humor lessens negative feelings, as it takes people’s minds off harmful emotions like anxiety or anger, which might otherwise be felt when dealing with stress. This is partly because processing funny material requires a lot of mental effort, so people concentrate on the humor rather than on the negative emotions they may feel. For this reason, on February 14, there’s no better way to make your loved ones smile and feel good than to offer up some funny Valentine’s Day quotes.

You don’t need to be a comedian to fill your day with a little bit of cheer. The humorous thoughts about love and Valentine’s Day presented after the February quotes below could be just what you need to keep a light mood during dreary February. Regularly post the quotes on your wall to give people a chance to feel joyful and keep their minds off of the cold weather.

Feelings About February

“How come February is so beautiful?”
― Anonymous

“Freezing cold winds, biting chills, and white snow-fluffed hills — Valentine’s day, oh how gay! Presidents’ Day is coming our way. February, sweet and small, the greatest month of all.”
― Eric Lies

“The shortest day has passed, and whatever nastiness of weather we may look forward to in January and February, at least we notice that the days are getting longer.”
― V. Sackville-West

“February is the month of love. You can make your whole life like February!”
― Anonymous

“My life in February becomes amazing — no date, no valentines, no spouse, no girlfriend, just discounted chocolates and me.”
― Anonymous

“Probably more pests can be controlled in an armchair in front of a February fire with a garden notebook and a seed catalog that can ever be knocked out in hand-to-hand combat in the garden.”
― Neely Turner

“Hello, February! Thank you for coming, and thank you for making your stay a bit shorter than other months.”
― Anonymous

“February is the month when nature comes back to normal out of the veils of white.”
― Anonymous

“January cold and desolate; February dripping wet.”
― Christina Giorgina Rossetti

“While reflecting on past relationships and learning from them can be helpful, February isn’t the best time to try and gain insight.”
― Amy Morin

Reflections on Mother Nature in February

“In the small hours of a cold February dawn, Justin and I walked to the Pacific, high cliffs eroding over the ocean, crashed and crashed by lapping salty waves. Their spray misted us in the day’s young purple air, exhilarating. Walking the Golden Gate Bridge, our world receding, pale gold sunrise lit thin fog, morning coloring us like a faded fairy tale.”
― Aspen Matis, Your Blue Is Not My Blue: A Missing Person Memoir

“Thick February mists cling heavily to the dead earth and to each leafless tree.”
― Emma Lazarus

“Though it was the end of February, the day was a lazy sort of cold. The sun slipped through the clouds in bursts, reminding the landscape that it was still there, prodding snow piles to relax into puddles and stirring sleeping seeds under the ground.”
― Erika Robuck, Call Me Zelda

“The Polar Intuit of northwest Greenland, the northernmost people, call February’ seqinniaq,’ ‘the month when the sun appears.'”
― Fred Bruemmer

“Color purple. Dream burning, February’s sea.”
― Sadayo Takizawa

Memories of Februaries Past

“Anything, after we returned from vacation was a hot autumn day, taunting me with promises of February snow piles.”
― Thomm Quackenbush, Holidays with Bigfoot

October’s Double
Light a fire in flinty February,
As the evening time comes down,
Welcome all the family home
With shopping bought from town.

Hear the logs crackle and roll,
And the sparks pop and hiss,
A storm roars down the chimney,
To deliver its tempestuous kiss.

Drowsiness in the living room,
As the expiring embers fade,
Up we go to those clean sheets,
And beds so neatly made.
― Stewart Stafford

Humorous Thoughts on Valentine’s Day

“My wife is really sentimental. One Valentine’s Day, I gave her a ring, and to this day, she has never forgotten those three little words that were engraved inside: made in Taiwan.”
― Leopold Fechtner

“Remember, your Valentine’s card shows you care enough to send the very best, even though you’re too lazy to put it in your own words.”
― Melanie White

“If you’re alone during Valentine’s Day, it is priceless for you. Otherwise, you would spend a few hundred dollars.”
― Anonymous

“Valentine’s Day Money-Saving Tips: Break up on February 13th; get back together on the 15th.”
― David Letterman

“I wanted to make it really special on Valentine’s Day, so I tied my boyfriend up. And for three solid hours, I watched whatever I wanted on TV.”
― Tracy Smith

“You are never alone on Valentine’s Day if you’re near a lake and you have bread.”
― Mike Primavera

“I understand Valentine’s Day as a concept. The naked baby shoots you with an arrow, and you fall in love.”
― Trevor Noah

“I don’t understand why Cupid was chosen to represent Valentine’s Day. When I think about romance, the last thing on my mind is a short, chubby toddler coming at me with a weapon.”
― Anonymous

“I feel bad for people who die on Valentine’s Day. How much would flowers cost then, ten grand?”
― Jay Leno

“Romantic love is a mental illness. But it’s a pleasurable one.”
― Fran Lebowitz

“The thing about Valentine’s day is that people discover who are single and who to feel jealous of.”
— Faye Morgan

“Never sign a Valentine card with your own name.”
— Charles Dickens

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