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Quiet Time Quotes

We’ve collected the best Quiet Time Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Tulisa, Jeanie Buss, Tessa Virtue, Bruce Dickinson, Christina Tosi. Use them as an inspiration.

Don’t get me wrong: if I’m having fun, I’m going to have fun. But I need a lot of quiet time.
I had a tough year, losing my dad. And I really needed to have some quiet time, and not be engaged the way I normally would be with the Lakers.
Hair and makeup has become part of my pre-competition routine. It’s a quiet time, when I can reflect, I can put on some music – and I can mentally get in the zone of performance.
Well, it’s a nice quiet time for Iron Maiden, and I’ll be releasing a new solo album next year, so this is a really good time for the managing out my solo career, which is quite well.
When I get up early, I appreciate the quiet time to enjoy a coffee or water my plants.
I imagine I appear very outgoing, and I do enjoy people and parties and being involved in life. I am also a very private person, and I value my quiet time. I think people assume I am just a party animal, and in truth, I need to recharge my battery just like everyone else.
I love that quiet time when nobody‘s up and the animals are all happy to see me.
Having quiet time mentally is key in harnessing our intuition, and being awake when others are asleep allows for us to be with our thoughts.
I kind of had a quarter-life crisis before I didRent.’ I had done Glinda in ‘Wicked‘ for a while. I had worked for Cirque Du Soleil, and then I did ‘Hair.’ Then I had a real quiet time, not having work, and it was a time of not only self-discovery of me as a person, but also what I wanted as an artist and actor.
It’s important to have quiet time and isolation.
I’ve always loved to paint – I was studying to do an art degree when I was approached to become a model – and I’ve being doing some design work as well. I also love just having a quiet time, sitting in my little library at home in Brooklyn and reading or watching documentaries or listening to music.
I try to get in quiet time and book time, but really, the only time I ever get that is when I’m on an airplane – I have a fear of flying, but I actually love flying because it’s the only time I can sleep, and it’s the only time I get to read.
Your personal time with God is huge, your quiet time, your study, prayer, but being around other Christian followers… and the church just feeds you. You come away feeling rejuvenated, you get a great message.
There are three reasons why I live in Scotland. First, I like silence, and you have to be a millionaire to buy silence in Italy. Second, I like cold weather. Third, in Italy I have too many relatives and know too many people, so I never get a quiet time.
I keep saying if I ever get a good amount of quiet time that I want to learn to play cello. It’s a very warm instrument. The tone of the cello and the movement – I don’t know what is; I love it so much.